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Did you know the Co-op has a multi-age program? A multi-aged class is like a smaller version of what the real world is like. In this environment older and younger children learn together, allowing some to emerge as leaders and role models for others – a mutually beneficial situation! Children in this setting will learn as much from their peers as from their teachers, which is a skill that will carry over into the rest of their lives. ... See MoreSee Less

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Please join us tomorrow Thursday, February 28th from 5:30-7:00pm for our open house-- tour our school, meet other co-op members, and ask us questions!

If you are unable to attend contact us at membership@chelseacoop.org for more information on enrollment or learn more about our school at www.chelseacoop.org. Open enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year starts February 28th!

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Am Multi-Age Program

AM Multi-Age Program
Our multi-age class provides a flexible and unique preschool option which incorporates aspects of multiple
programs. All ages attend class sessions together on Tuesday and Thursday, and only 4 and 5 year olds attend
Monday and Wednesday sessions, which focus on topics and activities more appropriate for older preschoolers.
Families with more than one child in preschool often like this option because it consolidates their schedules,
while others choose this option based on the readiness of their 4 or 5 year old to attend preschool four days per
week. The multi-age class provides an environment where not all children are the same age, allowing some to
emerge as leaders and role models for others – a mutually beneficial situation. Multi-aged grouping is like a
smaller version of what the real world is like. Children in this setting will learn as much from their peers as from
their teachers, which is a skill that will carry over into the rest of their lives.