By Teddy McGlynn-Wright When I was reading about Dr. Dimitri Christakis’s research on how children learn that kicked off this post, my friend (and Tiny Trees co-conspirator) Andrew joked: maybe Charlie can start a slow play movement.  In true riffing fashion, I began to think of...

Tiny Trees is built by champions like you. Help rally support and give every child a great education and an enchanting childhood immersed in the natural world. As a champion you will: Lead a table and invite 9 guests to celebrate the launch of Tiny Trees's first preschools (opening...

Fall Luncheon & 2016 Sneak Peak Friday, November 6, 2015 11:30 am - 1:30 pm Museum of Flight Seattle All proceeds support the launch of Tiny Trees Preschool Includes a first look at our 2016 locations and a special guest appearance Free and plentiful parking plus full day admission to the Museum...

We need your help! On Friday, November 6th Tiny Trees is throwing a party (your save the date invitation will be arriving shortly). It will be our first fundraiser and will take place from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm at the Museum of Flight in...

[caption id="attachment_17136" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Nap time at the Chippewa Nature Preschool - Photo by Erin Soper[/caption] How do you take a nap in an outdoor classroom? Play is hard work and with the sensory rich experience of a Tiny Trees education children require downtime to relax...

Editor's Note - Tiny Trees Preschool does not endorse a specific parenting style. But occasionally we recommend articles or books that can be helpful for generating discussion on healthy childhood development. Cori's summary below of RIE parenting, based on the article "Childhood's End" in Vanity...

A big shout out to our three new board members Trisha, Marcus and Alex. All three of them bring their own unique gifts and perspectives and will be working hard to get Tiny Trees Preschool to opening day. All three are driven - and were...