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Waldorf Nursery & Kindergarten Playdate

Original post made by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Jun 23, 2013

Bring your young child for some summer fun
Catching rainbow bubbles in the sun
Making boats for a "sand river" run
Come and join us everyone!

We invite you to bring your young child to our Los Altos campus for a summer playdate. While your child is happily engaged in sand & water play, making simple wooden boats, creating bubbles, galloping on the field or munching on homemade bread rolls; our kindergarten teachers will be available to talk about our wonderful early childhood programs.


Please RSVP by completing an online inquiry form on our website or calling the office at 650.209.9400.

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