Tiny Trees Spruceview

School Year Program
Home School Program
Located up West Hill

Krista Parrett

Krista Parrett

Planting seeds of friendship! 
with Seanna Gunn and Krista Parrett 

April 2-8: Seanna Gunn will be teaching at Spruceview School! Seanna and Krista Parrett will be working together to create a fun week of learning, exploration, and friendship. Preschool and Kindergarten programs will be offered next school year. This would be a great opportunity to check out Tiny Trees and meet our teachers.  
This program is for children ages 3 and up.


April 2-8th from 9-2 $35 a day
Tuesday, April 2
Wednesday, April 3
Thursday, April 4
Monday, April 8

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Rhythm

Drop off
Indoor Exploration & Play
Book Box & Story Time
Snack
Outdoor Exploration
Activity of the Day
Lunch
Circle Time
Meditation & Mindfulness
Clean Up
Outside Play
Pick Up

Krista is originally from Southern Illinois where she worked as a third grade teacher for 8 years. Seeking to expand her horizons, she decided to move with her husband Jake to Kodiak Island where they both taught K-12 for 4 years. Most recently, Krista worked at Nikolaevsk School in a multi age K-5 classroom. As a classroom teacher, Krista sees the benefit of play, games, movement, mindfulness, and outdoor activities and is excited to offer these experiences in a “home away from home” atmosphere. She has a BA in Elementary Education and an MA in Curriculum and Instruction.

We provide outdoor play based preschool care. Tiny Trees is focused on nurturing and protecting the young child’s sense of wonder and imagination. Play is the work of childhood and our environment is carefully prepared for the developmental needs of the young child. Through play, each child learns a broad range of social emotional, cognitive and linguistic skills. The core of our philosophy is that children learn through play with very little need for adult direction. The teacher is here to foster a safe, loving and caring environment that supports each individual child.

There is a daily and weekly rhythm that provides a familiar environment and support for the children as they move wholeheartedly into play and learning experiences. Our child care home is warm, inviting and intentionally put together to support our daily rhythm. Neighborhood walks will be considered part of our regular program.