Our Early Childhood Education provides a continuum of care, beginning at birth. These multi-generational programs are led by skilled staff in supportive learning environments so that children and parents/caregivers can grow together.
We offer free and reduced-rate programs so that families have access to high-quality early childhood education. Visit our Program Calendar to see our current schedule of classes.
Interested in enrolling in one of our Early Childhood Education programs?
Please complete our Program Interest Form below. A staff member will contact you with additional information about registration, program cost, and session dates. If you have any questions, please email us or call 415.715.6746.
0-14 Months + Caregiver: Tummy Time Playgroup
Tummy Time is not currently enrolling.
Tummy Time is a playgroup is for parents/caregivers to interact with their babies and build new connections with other families.
Participants will learn how babies develop social, emotional, and motor skills.
Parents and caregivers will gain new tools to support the healthy development of their child.
6-36 Months + Caregiver: First Steps Playgroup
In the First Steps playgroup, families work together to build healthy attachment and bonding.
Teachers provide support so that children can continue to develop their cognitive and emotional skills, while building friendships with the other children.
Activities include free play time, literacy education, arts and crafts, dancing, games, and snack time.
3-4 Years + Caregiver: Pop N’ Play
Pop N’ Play is a program for children and their parents/caregivers to have fun together.
Activities focus on pre-literacy, arts, crafts, and family bonding.
This is a great starting point to introduce you and your child to our collaborative learning programs and prepare for preschool.
3-4 Years + Caregiver: Next Steps
Next Steps is not currently enrolling.
Next Steps is a 15-week, in-depth and hands-on program for children to engage in structured activities and learn skills that prepare them for preschool.
Families are led by child development specialists and teachers who model positive child interactions and healthy attachment.
Parents/caregivers learn parenting skills to support their child’s development, and gain connection in a supportive environment.