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Outdoor Preschool Program

coming September 2020

Puffin Patrol  for ages 2 to 6- Outdoor experience in the woods, field or seashore during the school year  Cost is $35 per day.
    • Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9 AM to 12 PM
    • Tuesday, Thursday 9 AM to 12 PM
    • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9 AM to 12 PM
    • Tuesday, Thursday 12 to 3 PM  


Timberdoodle afternoon care ages 2 to 6-  school year weekdays 12 to 5 PM at Ready, Set, Go Learning Center.  This is for children who still need a rest or nap and will include playground time or free play around snacks, meals and rest.  Cost is $40 per day.  You can combine this program with the afternoon Puffin Patrol program on Tuesdays and Thursdays with no additional fee.


Combine Puffin Patrol and Timberdoodle programs for a full day from 9 AM to 5 PM at the cost of $55 per day.


Owl Prowlers- 9 AM to 5 PM Outdoor experience for ages 3 to 12 offered during school snow days, professional learning days, and school vacation weeks (RSU5 school district).  Please see calendar for specific days. Cost is $55 per day.  RSU5 has 3 early release days.  We offer an outdoor program from 12:15 to 5 PM for $40 per day on those days.


A calendar will be posted for these programs that follows the RSU5 school calendar.  This program is available weekly except for holidays, school snow days, professional learning days, school vacations and the days from Christmas Eve Day to New Year’s Day.

Please read our program description and policies under the parent handbook tab for more detailed information.  Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Study live horseshoe crabs!

Develop fine motor and problem solving skills.

Hands on science!

Use scientific tools to explore habitats.

Explore nature and gardening through all senses.

Learn how to identify and manage risks.

Discover mini beasts that live all around us and how to help care for them.

Nature is our guide to learning music, reading, writing, science, math, history and so much more.

Take time to reset your brain for mental and physical health.

Harvest time provides real examples of life cycles, of taking responsibility for living things, and of creating healthy eating habits

Practice writing and drawing with different media.

Science in the garden lets us experience the web of life up close.

Getting dirty outside helps build our immune systems while we learn.

Learn to use tools to create and build.