Fall 2021
Hello Families!

THANK YOU families and campers! I am so incredibly grateful to each of you for supporting Rainbow Tree!

Updates on Fall Plans! We hope your child can join us this Fall! Please share this newsletter with others . We hope to serve as many families who may be looking for opportunities!

Wishing you all good things ~ Lisa

Self Care Camp for Parents in your HOME!

Kick off your Fall with some Self Care!


for the 4-6 year old
7 Consecutive Weeks
Starts September 15, 2021

Fall Nature Playgroup
for the 3-6 year old.
4 children minimum
5 Consecutive Weeks
Starts September 20, 2021

Social Club
for the 9-15 year old
4 children minimum
(boys and girls welcome)
3 Sessions - Mondays
September 27, 2021
October 25, 2021
November 8, 2021
4-5:30 p.m.

All Girls
Tween Social Group

Ages: 9-12
Starts: Wed. Sept 22, 2021
Ends: Wed. October 27, 2021
Time: 2:30-4:00 pm 6 sessions
Secure your spot HERE

Come Celebrate The Harvest

Therapeutic Playgroup

Date: September 25, 2021
Time: 10-11:30 p.m.
Ages: 3-6 years

Created by Lisa Haverly
Nature Based
Upper Case Letters
Fun & Engaging!
After School Tips
Children can often hold it together all day at school and once they reach their safe space of home can easily fall apart which may include meltdowns. It is best to honor your child's need to have some wind down time.

  • Healthy Snack - something chewy or sucking through a straw can be supportive of the nervous system (jerky, bagel, dried fruit, smoothie, suck applesauce through a straw)
  • Free Play - give choices if need be and follow your child's lead. If they seek movement, encourage a movement activity. If they seek quiet often, encourage a quiet activity - play-do, coloring, legos.
  • Nature hike or walk around the block - If possible walk with your child as this can be a great way to connect.
  • Outdoor Play - this can be in the backyard or at a playground. This can be a great way to de-stress from the day. Nature is so supportive of mental health as well.
  • Other specific activities: Jump on a trampoline, bounce on an exercise ball, body stretches like yoga poses, make something in the kitchen together.
  • Homework Tips
  • Alternate seating: On tummy, rocking chair, sit on an exercise ball, stand.
  • Oral tools: Chew gum, suck on a sucker or other hard candy
  • Location: Outdoors perhaps, next to a tree, designated space or table in your house.
  • Homeschooling or Virtual Learning Tips - CLICK HERE
Why choose Rainbow Tree?

  • We value children as our future leaders.

  • We value peer connection and friendship.

  • We value neurodiversity.

  • We provide a safe space.

  • We value nature & the outdoors for development.

  • We value developmentally appropriate practices.

  • We are highly trained professionals serving children.

  • We want to make a difference.