WEDNESDAYS

4:15 - 5:30pm

Children must be between the ages of 15 months and 23 months on or by September 1.

This parent-child class is designed for toddlers and their mom, dad or grandparent. Your child will play and explore while receiving parent education on the go in a rich indoor and outdoor environment. Along the way, you will learn what a co-op environment is all about, and meet other parents.

To apply, please visit Admissions

 

TODDLER TIME

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Free Choice Playtime                                                        

The children will be able to explore activities in the indoor and outdoor classrooms. 

Snacks                                           

Bring your own snacks and you are welcome to use our snack area as needed.

Closing Circle Time                                                  

The teacher will lead a closing group time with music, finger plays & a story.


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TEACHER JEAN                                                                                                                                                              

I have always been interested in teaching and children. I started off as a mobility instructor for the blind...yes, teaching blind and visually impaired people how to navigate their environment using a cane and common sense. After having my own children and participating in LAPP with them, I found I really enjoyed young children and the developmental process. I spent time at Santa Clara University in the program Early Intervention for Children With Special Needs, and I focused my teaching career on young children (birth to 5) with special needs, working another five years exclusively with this age group. Then I had my fourth child, and found my way back to LAPP. Since then, I have participated as a parent, on the Board, as an interim director, aide, summer program teacher, substitute teacher, and now, finally, I have joined LAPP as a teacher of the young 3's class. I enjoy the unique blend of working with children and families, and being part of the LAPP community as it grows throughout each school year. It is a joy watching children as they develop their confidence and skills as well as a love for the educational process in the LAPP environment.