CLOTHING YOUR CHILD FOR THE OUTDOORS

Welcome to a rain-or-shine adventure! Keeping your child safe and comfortable to fully participate in the outdoor classroom is our top priority. Parents are our vital partners in this. As the saying goes, "There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing." Little tadpoles must arrive at school with appropriate clothing. Here is an overview of your child's basic clothing requirements.

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RAIN CLOTHES

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WARM LAYERS

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FOOTWEAR

Rain jacket and rain pants

A rain suit is another option. Muddy Buddy and Celavi are two brands that make these suits and pants for children. Whatever you choose, it should have a hood--and a hood or hat with a brim will keep the rain out of their eyes.

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Wool, down, fleece

Your child needs to arrive with enough layers to accommodate unexpected changes in weather. We prefer layering two or three thinner shirts or sweaters rather than one bulky coat. Synthetic fabrics such as polyester are fine--NO COTTON PLEASE. Please send a warm hat and an extra pair of socks to school with your child every day.

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Water-friendly shoes

All footwear must be closed-toed and seasonally appropriate. Hint: The best footwear for your child during fall, winter, and spring are tall rain boots that allow for lots of splashing.

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