Published in Southwest Michigan's Second Wave Media
October 31, 2013
|Nature's Way Preschool (Photos by Zinta Aistars)|
There is a preschool where children are encouraged to get down in the mud and dirty, jump into puddles, and splash around in the rain barrel that collects rain water from the school’s roof. Zinta Aistars has the story on Nature's Way Preschool.
Kalamazoo Nature Center, and out the wall of windows, open to the nine acres of woods all around Nature’s Way Preschool. Wild turkeys may stroll by, bobbing their gray-blue heads, or a deer bend her long, slender neck to nibble on a patch of grass beneath the oak tree. These eyes miss nothing.
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|Wild turkeys in the playground|
|Old fireplace from previous school|