“Children were not built to sit and be taught; 

They were built to EXPLORE, PLAY and LEARN OUTSIDE”

First Wonders is an invitation to families with no walkers babies to be part of the IMAGINA program with the flexibility required for the family needs attending only once a week in one of the days the community gather. Thru First Wonders we welcome specially first time moms to be part of one of our communities (Spanish or English) at North Miami or LIttle River, to spend some time with other parents, and learn from more experienced moms about what is “normal” and “what to expect” from their new role and life with a baby.


Families has different options to attend and participate of this program:


A) First Wonders – Building a Village:  Up 3 families can join each community in a bi-monthly basis.  families can become part of one of the communities at IMAGINA, attending once a week on a flexible schedule, between 9:30am and 11.30am (Classes ends at 12:30pm), attendance is by donation to our partner The Childhood Nature Project and available only for families with a baby under 8 months (Siblings One year and older must be registered at the program and baby sibling attend for free).

Maximum Capacity: 3 families per day

Mondays or Wednesdays @ Little River

Tuesdays to Thursdays @ North Miami

B) First Wonders – Education for Life: This is a twice a month, 60 minutes support group sessions, where in close collaboration between parents and mentors, will crumble and delve into the meaning of Education for Life according to the Nature Based Education and Maria Montessori teachings and how we adults can support the newborn in their process of building achievements since they will be influenced by everything they absorb through the environment, in which they will develop.

Parents will experience simple ways to introduce babies to nature and how these experiences lay a strong foundation for academic learning later in life. being outdoors is also an opportunity to create lasting memories and deepen the bond with in parents and babies.


During this hour, we will talk and practice about:

  • The stages of baby development and how to recognize the windows of opportunity.

  • Understanding the benefits of a healthy relationship between newborns and nature.

  • Songs and Sign language, for an early communication with our babies.

  • Support Group and breathing exercises based on the Positive Discipline pilosophy.

Second Thursday of the month @ Little River

and / or

Last Friday of the month @ North Miami

9:30am to 10:30am

  • First Wonders options are offered through the months of September to May at both locations, Capacity at both programs is limited, requires of a previous registration. No refunds are possible,
  • Your DONATION to our partner The Childhood Nature Project will help us to continuing offering finantial aid to low income families interested to join one of our communities at the IMAGINA program and gives you the opportunity to participate at any version of First Wonders program or both.




Suggested Bi-Monthly Donation

$200 per Family

Checks must be made payable to The Childhood Nature Project


Miami Nature Playschool close its doors during the month of June and July for a well-deserved vacations.

During the months of June and July our phone number is disconected, please contact us using our email address: Contact@MiamiNaturePlayschool.Com

Interested in joining one of our communities?

Email us at: Contact@miaminatureplayschool.com or send a TEXT to (786) 499 2939 for more details.

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