Seedlings Preschool Program

Come learn and grow with us

About the program:

  • Our program runs on Tuesday and Friday mornings. 
  • A unique natural, play-based, and Waldorf inspired skill-building program for preschool aged children. 
  • We accept children aged 2.5 - 4. We strive for a caring, child-led environment to build the foundation for academic, life, and social skills in young children.
  • The program includes a variety of activities including art, dramatic play, music, and story time. We offer multi-sensory and hands on experiences. Our program incorporates  Waldorf and Montessori education styles and philosophy. Seedlings Preschool Program believes in promoting a child’s emotional, cognitive, physical and social development as the children are viewed as whole individuals. A strong focus is placed on numeracy, school readiness, and literacy. 
  • Our small teacher-child ratio (1:6) ensures individualized attention and learning.
  • The program is run by  Sarah (ECE), Ashley (ECE), and Sonja (500 RYT/Meditation/Behaviourist) who each have over a decade of experience in working with young children, including children with exceptionalities. 


Contact us at: or call 705 874 3517 to register or for more information.

We accept children mid-program and will soon be taking registrations for our April - June Term.


The next session for preschool will continue to be Tuesdays and Fridays going from April - June

 (10 weeks)

A deposit will be required to book a spot. 

Cost: $280 + HST (1 day/wk) $560 + HST (2 days)

Summer Term: 

Summer semester for preschool will be Tues/Thurs mornings for 7 weeks for the months of July/August. Cost is $196 + HST (1 day/wk) $392 (2 days)

(We will also have summer camps for children that are eligible 4+)

Fall Preschool 2020 

We will run from September 2020 to June 2021.

(Fee billed monthly)

This child care program is not licensed by the Government of Ontario. Seedlings Preschool program is a recreational program operating under the “recreational except” category.


Photo credit: LD Photography