Two Day Preschool

Age 2 by August 31st
Thursday and Friday 9:00-11:00 AM

Teacher:   Kim Seater

Preschool Teacher Kim Seater will be leading your children two mornings a week through a wonderful, child-centered curriculum. Our class provides a safe place to explore independence and, as your child becomes more comfortable with language, we help them learn to communicate their needs.

Daily Routine

9:30 Welcome from Teacher Kim
9:45 Choice Time to Play, Explore, Pretend, and Create
10:45 Clean up Time
10:50 Circle Time Story and Songs
11:05 Snack
11:15 Music and Movement
11:30 Time to say Good Bye

Parents assist in the classroom one day a week.

  • You choose whether your day each week will be either Thursday or Friday.
  • We teach you ways to interact with the kids using our “positive discipline” philosophy.
  • Some 2-3’s have a hard time separating–we follow your lead and help you both make this transition.
  • On a rotating basis, bring a healthy snack for the children.

Parents get to:

  • attend a monthly, evening parent meeting to discuss business and parenting topics
  • help with the running of the preschool and fundraising
  • choose a co-op job that fits your interests, skill, and time
  • become friends with other families that are investing in our children’s education

Parent Education is an important part of our Two Day Preschool

  • A  Parenting Educator attends class one day each week (alternating Thursday and Friday) ready to check in with you to offer tips that will help at home and at school
  • The class chooses one night a month for a Parent Meeting–time to learn about guidance and discipline AND as an adult night out together
  • To personalize your learning, choose from a list of free talks on topics such as: Guidance & Discipline, Raising Boys/Girls, Separation, Sleep, Potty Learning,  First Aid and CPR

“Being in co-op helped us move through those ‘Terrible Two’s’ I had heard about.  They weren’t so bad because I had friends going through it together–with the help of our teachers!”

Questions?  Contact us