When: March 13-17, 2017 (open 8:30am-6pm)
Where: Dandelion Montessori Co-op (1064 Cambridge Street, Inman Square across from Clover)
Dandelion Montessori Co-op invites children ages 2.9 – 6 years old to participate in a week of arts and play-based childcare during the week of March 13 – 17.
Sarah Falo, lead aftercare teacher at Dandelion Montessori and current Wildflower Fellow, will be leading program with a curriculum consisting of dance, music, art and indoor/outdoor play.
Parents should pack a snack, lunch, snowsuits and boots for your child!
Cost for the week is $670.
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As a Creative Arts Therapist who is dedicated to empowering children and families through a variety of strengths-based experiences, Sarah continues to inspire healthy connections through the creative process. She believes that relationship is how we heal, and grow throughout our human development.
She is a graduate of Lesley University’s Graduate School of Social Sciences with a Master’s of Art in Expressive Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. After community-based therapy work with children and families in Boston, Sarah moved to Brooklyn, NY, where she gained New York state licensure in Creative Arts Therapy. She provided a wide variety of therapeutic caregiving in NYC, including Rainbowdance and dance therapy groups for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders, art and play therapy for at-risk Elementary school children, and arts-based groups for mommy-and-me classes. Sarah has worked with children ages 0-18, with a special focus on toddlers and preschoolers. In the past year, Montessori-based relationship building and child empowerment has been very crucial in her practice with young children.
Sarah will lead the extended day program which will be a play-based environment that incorporates music, movement, and art and is informed by the Montessori principles of understanding the uniqueness of the individual child and respectful guidance.
Melissa is joining Wildflower Montessori as part of the Wildflower Foundation Fellowship. Although Melissa has been living in New England for over 3 years, she considers Washington state as her home. She has an AMI Primary certification from the Montessori Institute Northwest and a Masters degree in Early Education from Loyola University. When Melissa is not in the classroom she enjoys hiking and biking with her husband and her daughter.