Queen Anne Coop Infants
Age Group/s:

Thursdays 9:30-10:20

Status: Enrolling
Waiting List: None
Contact Info:


About This Class

Ages: 3 -12 months

The Infant classes at Queen Anne Cooperative Preschool are designed as a supportive, fun, and dynamic learning environment to encourage and enhance this special time for both you and your baby.
Children come to class with a parent, grandparent or other caregiver weekly to engage in a fun, interactive experience. Our teacher facilitates the children’s development and learning community by offering:

  • Age appropriate classroom, toys and activities.
  • Circle time with brain-building songs, movement and activities
  • Small and large motor development activities

Last updated: August 13th, 2021, 04:21 pm

NorthLeaf Infants
Age Group/s:

Wednesday: 9:30 am.

Status: Enrolling
Waiting List: None
Next Year Status: Enrolling
Next Year Waiting List: None
Contact Info:

For details on the costs, schedule, and openings please contact our Registrar at registrar@northleafcoop.org.

Application Form

To schedule a tour, please contact our Parent Coordinator at infants@northleafcoop.org.

Important update

Latona, Northeast Toddlers, University Ravenna and On-Campus Infants have merged to form NorthLeaf Campus Cooperative Preschool. A preschool and learning community located at North Seattle College for children ages 3 months to Pre-K starting in 2021-2022.

About NorthLeaf Infants

The early years of a child’s life are a time of amazing and rapid growth for both Infant and Parent. The Infant Cooperative classes are designed as a supportive, fun, and dynamic learning environment to encourage and enhance this magical time for both you and your baby.

Our Schedule

  • Wednesday morning class (9:30 am) 

Our schedule for in person class is as follows:

9:30 to 9:55 Gathering and large motor play
9:55 to 10:15 Circle time and announcements
10:15 to 10:30 Snack
10:30 to 11:15 Parent education and small motor activities
11:15 to 11:30 Clean up and closing circle time

What you can expect for your infant

Children attend our virtual class with a parent, grandparent or other caregiver weekly to engage in a fun, learning experience. Our team of teachers facilitates the children’s development and learning community by offering:

  • Circle Time with Brain-building songs, movement and activities. 
  • Ideas on Small and Large Motor Development activities.
  • Examples of Age Appropriate Toys and Activities.

What you can expect for yourself

Parents (and other caregivers) come to our classes to learn more about child development, explore their own goals for their family while deepening the parent/child bond and strengthening communication and parenting skills.

Parent Education & Resources

Our Parent Education Instructors provide curriculum and discussion incorporating current research with the personal concerns and the diverse experiences of our community of parents. Over the course of the school year you can expect topics such as Early Child Development, Nutrition, Sleep Challenges, Temperament, Guidance, Adjusting to Parenthood and more.

Community Building

Meet other parents with children going through similar milestones, joys and challenges as yours. One of the many benefits parents experience while participating in Co-op are the long-term family friendships, which often develop.


Infants under 1 year of age as of August 31 may enroll in the infant class; including those born after August 31 of the current academic year.

One caregiver for each enrolled child must enroll with North Seattle College for the Parent Education course.  Parent Education occurs during the infant class meeting time for our infant program.

Further information and enrollment are handled directly by our registrar. Please use this online form to register – https://www.jovial.org/northeasttoddlers/register

Fees (for 2021-2022)

The fee structure is outlined below. You pay monthly tuition for your child to attend co-op and you also pay a quarterly tuition (three times per year) to North Seattle College for your parent education portion.

  • There is a non-refundable registration fee of $35.
  • Monthly child’s tuition to the co-op is $55 per month.
  • NSC registration/tuition for one parent is currently $56.38 per quarter for three credits.
  • If you choose to park a vehicle on campus, parking permits are $50 per quarter.

If costs are prohibitive for your family, scholarships may be applied for through our Parent Advisory Committee. See Scholarship Information.


Instruction Building, Room 1407, North Seattle College.

What Parents are Saying

Parents often report feeling more confident in their parenting and more connected with their infants after participating in Infant Co-op.

“Attending co-op preschool is one of the highlights of our week and we always look forward to it.”

“I have picked up great information on sleep, travel, separation anxiety, tantrums, and so many other topics during our parent ed sessions.”

“The songs and activities my son and I learned at preschool keep us amused throughout the whole week at home.”

Forms & Information

On-Campus Infant Co-op Forms

Last updated: August 12th, 2021, 04:05 pm

Capitol Hill Infants
Age Group/s:

Tuesdays, 12:00 – 1:30pm

Status: Contact Registrar
Contact Info:

Registration Form

(under 1 year old in September)

A parent or caretaker attends each class with their child for the Infants Program.  This class meets once a week mid-day and is intended to be an introductory class for infants age 0-12 months. 

  • Class time is centered around free exploration and socialization for infants.
  • The classroom is a calm, inviting space where children have the opportunity to engage with books, toys, sensory materials, everyday objects, and more.
  • Class includes music, rhymes, finger plays, and literacy activities, all of which enrich early brain development.

Last updated: July 22nd, 2021, 10:32 pm