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Tinkergarten

Join us for classes featuring the Tinkergarten curriculum!

Questions? Email me at help@createhealing.art


Saturdays

1.5 – 4 Year-Olds

10 A.M.

Saturdays

5 – 8 Year-Olds

11:15 A.M.

10 sessions: June 1st- August 3rd

Medipark , Amarillo, TX

Tuesday

1.5 – 4 Year-Olds

11 A.M.

10 sessions: June 11th – August 13th 

Medipark , Amarillo, TX

$200+ Tax

25% sibling discount

Prorated after classes begin

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A note from Mrs. Kandace

I'm so excited to offer programs featuring the Tinkergarten curriculum. We meet weekly for songs, movement, exploration & purposeful play. This Summer, our curriculum will focus on balancing kids' senses.

Learn more about what we’ll be learning at tinkergarten.com

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Class policies

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Class Policies and FAQ

What ages does the program serve?

The program is designed for children ages 18 months-8 years.

Children younger and older than that age range are welcome to enroll and families are encouraged to try a free class to see if it is a good fit for their explorer.

Can siblings come for free?

Siblings under 12 months of age may join at no cost. Siblings over 18 months should enroll in the class, and a 25% sibling discount will be included ($130 per sibling)

If a sibling needs to attend due to scheduling change (eg. day off at school), they can attend up to two sessions without enrolling. Families are asked to notify the teacher if an extra child needs to attend for a session so they can prepare any necessary materials.

Are refunds offered?

If a refund is requested 7 days BEFORE the season of classes begins, families can receive a full refund or credit towards a future class.

If a refund is requested AFTER the season of classes begins, families can receive a refund for half of the value of the remaining sessions in the season.

What happens in inclement weather?

Decisions about whether it is safe to hold class are determined by the teacher using local weather guidance and a weather chart.

The teacher will update families at least 90 minutes prior to class by email and text message.

Whenever possible, the session will be offered at another time.

How do Leaders and Guides foster a safe learning environment during class?

Each explorer (child) is accompanied by a guide (parent or caregiver). Teachers support guides and do all that they reasonably can to provide a learning environment that allows for safe risk-taking.

Leaders bring a First Aid Kit to class, which can be utilized by guides (attending adults) if needed.

A few, simple rules help to address most situations:

Explorers (children) can explore on their own as long as they can still see or hear their guide or the Leader.

If explorers are taking physical risks, we check in to make sure that they feel sturdy and safe in their risk-taking.

Leaders encourage children to engage in risky play, but give clear redirection if or when safety and the safety of friends in the class could be compromised. For example, we celebrate that sticks are the #1 toy of all time, but we make sure that our sticks have plenty of space so they do not touch our friends’ bodies. Ultimately, over time, we want to help children learn how to learn their limits while still playing in a way that keeps them and their friends out of true harm.

We encourage children not to put nature treasures in their mouths. If a wee one is doing so as a natural part of exploring the world, we work with their guide to try to honor that need in the safest way possible