What’s the Big Secret? (Ushimaru/Skeffington)

Tibbetts UMC 3940 41st Avenue SW, Seattle

Tuesday, February 25th 7:00 – 9:00 PM Admiral Cooperative Preschool 3940 41st Ave SW   When and how do you talk to your children about sexuality?  Where do you start?  How do you answer questions in a developmentally appropriate way?  Children are

“LIKE” – documentary screening and discussion (Giomi/Schill)

Pathfinder K-8 1901 SW Genesee St, Seattle

Thursday, February 27th, 6:30 - 8:30 PM Pathfinder K-8 School 1901 SW Genesee St. Event is free and open to the public. LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Technology is

Sensory Processing Challenges: Strategies You Can Try at Home (Skeffington)

South Seattle College - Rainier Hall #202 6000 16th Avenue SW, Seattle

Thursday February 27th 7:00 – 9:00 PM Next door to SSC Preschool Classroom-RAH 201 6000 16th Ave SW Come learn about the basics of sensory processing and when to seek out support. Carey Goldenberg, Occupational Therapist and CEO Seattle Therapy Network will facilitate this discussion

Dine Out for White Center Cooperative Preschool

Greenbridge Cafe 9901 8th Avenue SW, Seattle

Saturday February 29th, 9am-3pm; Greenbridge Cafe, 9901 8th Avenue SW, 98106 Before, after, or during the Puppets Please Marionettes Show and Preschool Open House at White Center Co-op Preschool, leap on over to see our friends at Greenbridge Cafe. They

Puppets Please Marionette Show; Open House; Bake Sale

Mt. View Presbyterian Church 10806 12th Avenue SW, Seattle

Saturday February 29th, 9:30am-12pm; White Center Cooperative Preschool, 10806 12th Avenue SW   WCCP welcomes your family to celebrate Leap Day 2020 with a delightful 30-minute performance of Puppets Please Marionettes. In addition to shows at 10am and 11am there

Co-op Butterfly Families Discussion Group (Schill)

South Seattle College - Rainier Hall #202 6000 16th Avenue SW, Seattle

Did you know?  We at Co-op have started a 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

Encouraging Dual Language Learning Early (Skeffington)


***Online via Zoom*** Very early childhood is the best time to learn multiple languages. Children who experience two languages from birth typically become native speakers of both—something that rarely happens in adulthood. Some of the latest research into how children

Book Club: “Raising White Kids” by Jennifer Harvey (Schill)


Sunday March 29th, 7:45pm-9pm   - ***Online via Zoom*** Many of today’s white parents were raised at a time when talking about race and racism was not common practice, meaning we have little experience to draw from and plenty of

For Tired Parents (Huntley)


**Online via Zoom** A child's sleep problems can undermine the most confident of parents, and make the sweetest child grumpy!  We will discuss different types of problems such as bedtime procrastinating, nap strikes, middle-of-the-night waking, visiting the parents' bed, etc.,