Parent Child Program

Imagine a beautiful space for babies and toddlers to explore.  Experience a calm rhythm and enjoy nourishing food while discussing healthy child development, movement, sleep, meals, media, and nature. Our weekly classes are cherished by parents, expectant parents, and caregivers as a place to connect and learn. Themes related to child development, Waldorf education, and parenting the young child are explored through readings and facilitated discussions. 

Winter/Spring Classes

A look inside

Three toddlers holding hands and running down a path during a sunny day in the Presidio.

The school is at the forefront of the “children in nature” movement. Come explore with us in the Presidio!

A baby is held by a father who is sitting in a circle during class.

Parents and guardians learn simple seasonal songs, lullabies, and games. They also develop their ability to quietly observe and interpret babies’ movements, gestures, and vocalizations.

Teacher Diana Mei sits in a circle and talks to parents, babies on the floor nearby.

"The class was such a wonderful place for me to take my questions. Diana's knowledge, wisdom, and years of experience working with children shine through."

Food , flowers, and a basket of rolling pints sit on a table.

We make delicious soup from fresh organic seasonal vegetables. And we bake yummy breads that the children and parents knead before baking.

A todder holds flowers while sitting at a table next to parents during a cooking class.

"It is rare and valuable to have experiential learning alongside other parents and held with skilled facilitation."