Gender Diversity 101 (Virtual)

While societal awareness is increasing, we still have questions and are not always sure how to address the needs of trans, gender diverse and non-binary children. Terms and definitions seem confusing–genderqueer, pansexual, asexual, non-binary, and gender fluid.  We all bring

Co-op 101

White Center Co-op @ Mt. View Presbyterian Church 10806 12th Ave. SW 98146 (Jenness) What does it mean to be part of an SSC Co-op?  Why is Co-op play-based? What can I do to support my child and others in the classroom?  This

Holiday Gift Making

RSVP Deadline: November 6th Kit Pickup: November 20th 10:30 AM-12:00 PM (location TBA) (Schill) Help children learn the meaning of gift-giving—and maybe expand their focus outward during quarantine. This class is designed for adult and child to spend quality one-on-one time together creating gifts

Co-op Butterfly Families (Ongoing Virtual Discussion Group)

Co-op’s monthly discussion group for families with children with higher needs/sensitivities. The purpose of the group is to learn from one another, offering support, experiences, and resources, as well as building community and connection.  Wherever you are on your journey, ranging from a

Guidance & Discipline Techniques for Children 3 to 5 years old (Virtual)

Virtual class - Ushimaru Information on child growth and development, along with age appropriate behavioral expectations will be presented.  Direct and indirect guidance techniques will be discussed along with setting and enforcing limits.   Register with Teacher Kylene here .

Let Me Help (Virtual)

Virtual class - Franklin Including children in household chores gives them hands-on learning through routine tasks while they share the family workload and learn responsibility. But how can we accomplish this in a way that is both effective and safe?

The Magic of Special Time (Virtual)

Virtual class - Garrett Has your parent educator ever recommended “special time” as a solution to a parenting dilemma? Maybe your teacher, pediatrician, therapist, a friend or family member? Why is everyone recommending we do this thing that sounds so obvious? When