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The Warblers

Bird Song Children's Garden
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Aimee de Ney- Bird Song            Teva Grudin- The Warblers            Shady Moody- Bird Song
A graduate of The Evergreen State College, Sound Circle Waldorf Teacher Training, and Juniper Tree School of Puppetry Arts, with an MEd. from Antioch University, Aimee has been teaching kindergarten in Waldorf schools in Olympia and Seattle since 2001.  Aimee is also the founder and director of Swallow Circle Summer Camp in Olympia, WA. She is a doctoral candidate at Antioch University.
Tuition Rates consist of 10 monthly payments of:

Bird Song Mixed-age kindergarten
3 days a week- $480
4 days a week- $575

A $450 supply fee is due in July.
Equity scholarships are available.

Parent/Child Classes:

$200 for each 6 week session
About Bird Song Children's Garden
At Bird Song Children's Garden we provide Olympia's young children with a nurturing in-home atmosphere of love, joy and wonder each day in order to offer them the opportunity to embrace life, learning and community with enthusiasm. 

 This is accomplished through:
-predictable daily, weekly and seasonal rhythms
-abundant outdoor play in all manner of weather
-neighborhood exploration and participation
-immersive forest and land based curriculum
-gardening and harvest preparations
-daily indoor dramatic playtime
-creative conflict resolution
-oral storytelling
-seasonal songs and movement circles
-cooking of organic, healthy meals
-seasonal community festivals
-time. . .

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Bird Song Children’s Garden is committed to providing the children of Olympia with a solid foundation for life-long learning and passion in life through healthy rhythms, exploration of their environment and consistent, loving guidance.
​Teva is a Waldorf alumna whose parents were deeply involved in Waldorf education throughout her childhood. Teva is a mother of two and has worked with children in various capacities including outdoor education and as a singing teacher. She studied organic agriculture at The Evergreen State College, and now, with her partner, operates Calliope Farm.
​After growing up on Whidbey Island, Shady moved to Olympia to attend The Evergreen State College. She came to Bird Song as an intern in 2017 and has grown to become an integral part of our school community. Shady is currently attending Sound Circle Waldorf Teacher Training.