Ready for the 2017-2018 School Year?

Here are some Save the Dates for the 2017-2018 School Years:

–       Edmonds Co-op Preschool Open House will be Friday, January 20, 2017 from 12pm-1:30pm in our classroom.

–       OPEN REGISTRATION for the 2017-2018 school year for new families is on Monday, February 20, 2017 at noon. Registration will be done all online this year and will be first-come, first served. There will be NO in-person registration at the school. Do not show up at the school. Please check Registration page after January 2017 for more information.


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The School

Edmonds Cooperative Preschool (ECP) is a safe, nurturing, child, parent, and community focused program that encourages each child and participating family to develop and learn at their own pace.

Edmonds Co-op Preschool is located in the Alderwood Early Childhood Center, nestled within a residential neighborhood at the edge of Lynnwood, Washington. Led with love by long time teachers Patti Baughn and Margo Radovich, ECP offers numerous physical, cognitive, and social opportunities consistent with early childhood development beliefs.
ECP is a non-profit organization affiliated with, and supported by, Edmonds Community College, the Inter Co-op Council, and the Organization for Parent Education in the state of Washington. Adult Co-op members are registered with Edmonds Community College and earn parent education credits.
We are excited about our school and our program. We invite you to contact our registrar for information and/or to schedule a visit!
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The Classes

2/3 Class

Teacher Patti provides a gentle pace where 2/3 year olds can gain confidence while learning. Routine is important at this age. The child’s job is to play, and they learn an amazing amount while doing so. A typical class day would follow the approximate schedule below.
Free Choice Time
Opening Circle
All Areas Open - Free Choice Time
Clean up
Large Motor (outside or gym)
Hand Washing
Circle Time & Good-bye

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3/4 Class

Ms. Margo supplies an atmosphere where 3/4 year olds can enjoy developing new friendships while learning how to share and respect one another. A typical class day would follow the approximate schedule below.
55 Minutes-Welcome, Choice Play, Small Group
5 Minutes-Clean Up & Jackets On
25 Minutes-Outside or Gym Play
5 Minutes-Hand Wash
20 Minutes-Snack
25 Minutes-Gathering Time

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4/5 Class

Ms. Margo offers several activities each week coordinating to the Letter of the Week. Creating stories, simple projects involving the letter of the week and counting activities are often incorporated. A typical class day would follow the approximate schedule below.
20 Minutes-Lunch
10 Minutes-Gathering Welcome
55 Minutes-Choice Play In Classroom
10 Minutes-Clean Up & Jackets On
25 Minutes-Outside or Gym Play
15 Minutes-Small Group
15 Minutes-Gathering Time

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We are fully enrolled for the 2016-2017 school year.

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