Frog Pond is a one-of-a-kind nature program located on two acres in the middle of the urban enclave that is Alexandria, VA. It is an inclusive program that teaches and nurtures children, families, and the world, with nature-based, science-rich curriculum.
Frog Pond offers a top quality, developmentally appropriate learning environment in an atmosphere of consistent, affectionate care. We focus on creating socially and emotionally intelligent learning environments, character development, outdoor play, and learning about nature in a holistic, nurturing and stimulating environment. Our center promotes growth in all aspects of each young person’s development and we welcome employees, children, and families of all races, religions, and creeds.
To inquire about our wait list for the 2020-2021 enrollment period, please join us at our Winter Open House on Saturday, February 8th from 9 am – 11 am. Click here for details. As of February 2017, space may be limited for any inquiries for children over 3 years old.
Frog Pond relies on your generous donations and support! We welcome your tax-deductible donation via check or PayPal. Thank you for making “The Natural Choice” in your giving rituals.
Take a look at our YouTube Page to see some of our past videos.
Frog Pond celebrated its 15-Year Anniversary in October 2014 by gathering current families, alumni, and local community supporters for a gala with local food, lighthearted music, and endless laughter. Check out more information at this video below:
It’s true! A few years ago, a mama snapping turtle, who laid and buried a batch of eggs on top of Toad Mountain in our big kid play yard, decided to take the express way home.
A class of of pre-schoolers cheered her on as she made her way down the slide. This is just a small sampling of the meaningful teaching moments the children at Frog Pond experience daily (though is certainly the first time we have witnessed a turtle using a slide!) Be sure to turn your volume up to hear the reaction of the kids.
Frog Pond is owned and operated by Mother Nurture Company, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to serving working families with young children and connecting children with nature.