Our Environment


Bee’s Hive
Our outdoor environment consists of a dig pit, two slides, rope bridge, climbing dome, garden, large trees and picnic tables. The outdoor environment is enclosed with lots of shade, with lots of room to run around and explore.



multi IPThe Meadow:
Our central gross motor space offers ride on toys, a play castle with slide and our amazing Imagination Playground as well as the favored up and down roller coaster ride on. With the Imagination Playground there are endless possibilities. A ball run can turn into a castle that can turn into a school bus. The play is not limited by the toys, the play is only limited by the imagination and at St. Johns Swapnplay imagination is king!




Owl’s Hallow:
Our language arts room offers puppet play, storytelling baskets, storytelling felt board, cozy reading nooks, doll house play, reading loft, and a quiet corner for homework. Families are encouraged to snuggle up and enjoy some story time together.



loose parts playBadger Burrow:
Our loose parts play room offers a light table, building area and lots and lots of loose parts to construct with! Children are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild with lots of open ended items.




colin art crop

Magpie’s Nest:
Our creative arts room offers boundless materials to create with; paint, glue, play dough, paper, crayons, markers, a sensory bin and more! Families are encouraged to allow self directed creative flow in this thoughtfully designed room. Special craft and art sessions are offered to members throughout the month and of course the room is open any time the playspace is open. Come make some messy art with your little one!


squirrels den

Squirrel’s Den:
Our dramatic play room offers everything to spark the child’s inner desire to play out all they observe. Dress-up play, kitchen play, doll play all have been seen coming from this space – even a wedding or two has been found to be in the works here.




betsy babyCaterpillar’s Cove:
Give your pre-walker freedom of movement in this special zone just for our littlest friends. In this gross motor zone babies are given a change to test out their limbs, toes and hands. Soft toys are available for play as well as some wooden toys.

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