Camp Long park

cAMP LONG park

A partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation

A hidden gem of West Seattle, Camp Long has inspired generations of scientists, climbers and explorers. With 64 acres of trees and trails, learning opportunities can be found around every corner. Your little scientist will explore magnificent forests full of hidden cedar groves, towering conifers, and colorful salal and huckleberries. They will search Polliwog Pond for salamanders and hidden treasures, filling collection kits and using hand lenses for up-close examination. In their outdoor classroom, your child will build with blocks, logs, and found objects. They will create art from natural materials or with the paints, brushes, and art supplies close at hand. In the mulch or sand pit they will build burrows and caves. Or they might joyfully run with friends to the stump top stage for dramatic play and imagination building. With an additional bonus classroom space located deeper in the forest, your little one will gain experience with fort building and word working – learning how to tie ropes and use tools such as hammers and wood drills (safely supervised).

Also unique to this park are the many opportunities to climb and clamber over rock formations (safely supervised), playing like the great mountaineers of old (trivia point: the famous mountaineers Fred Becky and Jim Wittaker both learned to climb at Camp Long’s Schurman Rock). The wildlife viewing is also spectacular, with resident owls, salamander hunting, and a family of deer that lives in the park.

Throughout all of these adventures your preschooler will engage with symbols, letters and ideas and conduct their own experiments – testing the logic and possibilities of the natural world. Kindergarten readiness skills are woven into your child’s play through the use of the evidence based HighScope curriculum. With an attentive adult close at hand, you child will engage with books, hear stories, and play with letters and language to make words and form ideas. They will play with quantities and numbers, and learn the relationship between symbols and ideas. And in a forest laboratory they will develop curiosity, creativity, and grit through hands on science and play in the great outdoors. For more information watch this Q13 Fox News interview of Tiny Trees teachers.

TUITION


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2019 – 2020 Class SessionDay AM/PMTimeTuition
Camp Long Park5 Day AM
Monday-Friday
8:30am-12:30pm $890 / monthly
Camp Long Park 3 Day AM
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:30am-12:30pm $565 / monthly
Camp Long Park 2 Day AM
Tuesday & Thursday
8:30am-12:30pm $410 / monthly
Camp Long Park2 Day PM
Monday & Wednesday
1:30pm-4:30pm $339 / monthly
Camp Long Park2 Day PM
Tuesday & Thursday
1:30pm-4:30pm$339 / monthly

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Tiny Trees Preschool is a partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation.

A big thank you to all of the park staff & community allies who have made this school possible.