Clouds and Rainbows


All our emotions are beautiful, and we honor ourselves by feeling them, letting them pass, and bringing ourselves back to a regulated emotional place. Children will build a foundation in identifying their emotions, learn the four zones of regulation, and several methods for self-regulation. They'll also make slime or a kid-safe face mask (oats & honey) that they'll be able to incorporate into their regulation toolkit as part of their Self Care strategy.

Children will walk away with regulation tools for whenever they are feeling a multitude of new and different emotions, helpful language that will enable them to identify and express their emotions, and a Self Care Plan for processing their own emotions. 🌈

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More fun with friends

Gather a group of friends to turn up the fun, and the price goes down for everyone.

Up to 2 kids

$120 Total

Groups of 3 or more

$50 / kid



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Take off on a weekly adventure!
All experiences are 2 hours.

About Quincy

Social Emotional Learning Teacher

Colorado native, educational enthusiast, and play-based learning expert, Quincy is a Long-Term Substitute Teacher at Downtown Denver Expeditionary School, a charter school rooted in learning expeditions, building children's character, and social emotional learning. With a BA in Psychology and a minor in Human Development and Family Relations from CU Denver, Quincy has a deep passion for working with children and using enriching activities as a medium for field work and applying lessons learned in the classroom. Her warm and bubbly personality makes learning with Quincy all the more memorable!

Quincy is vaccinated against COVID-19.

* Fully-vetted, background checked, and interviewed

What Parents Are Saying

We LOVED everything about Grasshopper! The customer service experience was exceptional! I felt like so much intentionality was taken to ensure that the activity would be both age appropriate and fun for my kids. Our experience leader was so easy going and chatted with the kids during the experience, and really took the time to engage and get to know them. We are definitely going to be using Grasshopper again! Thank you!

Grasshopper offered my daughter an opportunity to learn in a vibrant, fun setting that was continuously customized for her attention span and interests. Her Grasshopper teacher was fun, engaging and supremely personable. She took the time to get to know my daughter before diving into anything. I felt more than comfortable leaving my daughter in such capable hands…and love that she truly learned some new things from the experience. We will be using Grasshopper regularly to broaden her horizons and expose her to new concepts in a safe and compelling way. The icing on the cake is that the experience took place in our home, at a time that was convenient for us!

Our Grasshopper experience was amazing! I have four very curious kids at different ages with different interests, and the experience had all four of them engaged the whole time. Also, as an educator, I was very impressed with how the teacher led the program. She obviously knew what she was doing, and the minute she left, my kids were asking for another experience.

Having Quincy come to the house for this experience was perfect. Our kids (4 and 6 years old) loved it. From learning about habitats to doing art with nature, they immediately asked if they could do it again! They also were able to share some really interesting facts with us after.
Suzanna J.
Activities kept the kids engaged and both kids had a lot of fun and want to do it again
Adele B.
My girls were skeptical but after getting home at the end of the experience, they were both engaged and getting very creative with their animal habitats. They loved being able to explore outside and find things in their own backyard that animals could thrive upon!
Casey B.