Are you looking for something for your little one to do this fall? Maybe she’s not quite old enough for preschool, but she really needs one? Or maybe you’re looking for a mom and me class where you and your toddler can bond? Or maybe you’d just like to get out and meet some other grown ups? I’ve got the perfect solution to ALL of that!
Midland Cooperative Preschool is a unique program in the Tacoma/Puyallup area that offers a two hour a week, play based preschool just for one and two year olds and their favorite grown ups. Parents and kids attend each class together and enjoy play and bonding time.
At each session kiddos also get to enjoy fun, themed play and enrichment activities lead by the teacher while parents get to enjoy discussion in the classroom next door. How great would it be to talk about things like sleep and potty training in a helpful environment?? Because the school is affiliated with Bates Technical College, you’ll even earn college credit!
This is a unique program in the area; you simply won’t find another like it.
You can get much more information as well as registration details here at their website. Check out their colorful classroom, their amazing faculty, and generally be ready for cuteness overload!
If you’d like to check ’em out first and see if it’s a good fit, you can attend their open house on September 12th from 9:30-11, or go to one of their biweekly playdates. You can find the details on those by following their Instagram or Facebook pages. The school is located off 512 in the Midland area, making it an easy location for those of you in Spanaway/Parkland, Tacoma, Puyallup, Graham, and really most anywhere thereabouts.
For more information contact the friendly Membership Chair at 253-906-2681 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with a combination of provided text and my opinion. I met some of my very dearest friends during our co-op years! When you get in touch with the folks at Midland Cooperative Preschool I hope you’ll remember to mention Sounds Fun Mom. Thanks for doing that!