Jewish Farm School Side Yard Seedlings - Parent Survey
JFS Side Yard Seedlings is a new garden-based early childhood program launching in spring of 2018 and engaging children ages 2-6 and their caregivers through Jewish garden-based education. Children and their caregivers will gather at the Jewish Farm School garden in on 50th and Cedar in West Philadelphia for a 90 minute experience which includes caring for plants, nature-based crafts, song sessions, stories, and age-appropriate games and activities. Garden-based snacks will be served.

Side Yard Seedlings is made possible with the support of PJ Library and is run in partnership with jkidphilly. We anticipate sessions will cost between $5-$10 per child, and that they will run 2-4 times a month from April through October.

We are interested in learning from you about how to make this new and exciting program work for your families. Please complete the following short survey and we will be in touch soon.

Thanks!

Adult Name(s) *
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Email Address *
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Phone Number *
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What part of the Greater Philadelphia area do you live in? *
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Age(s) of Children *
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Which days and times would work for you and your children to participate? *
Sessions will last 90 minutes. Parents and/or caregivers are required to stay with their children. Please check all that apply and leave any comments in the "other" section.
Early mornings (around 8:30-10:30am)
Late mornings (around 10am-12pm)
Early afternoon (around 12-2pm)
Mid afternoon (around 2-4pm)
Late afternoon (around 4-6pm)
None of these times
Weekdays
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Please provide other details about your schedule that can help us plan.
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If your availability changes in the summer, please explain.
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How often would you likely participate in JFS Side Yard Seedlings? *
We will likely offer Side Yard Seedlings 4-8 times each season, depending on parent input.
How did you hear about JFS Side Yard Seedlings? *
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