The month of June is one of transitions. Families are adjusting to having school age children back at home and everyone is taking advantage of the longer, sunnier days. Each summer we have a few changes at Co-op Kids as Heather runs away to summer camp in the wild woods of Maine. We welcome a new summer volunteer to hold down the fort while she is gone.
This year one of our summer volunteers will be the talented and joyful Katie Sorenson. Katie is an avid bird watcher, kindergarten teacher at Palouse Prairie Charter School, and I know she will make a fun addition to our Tuesday mornings.
- June 7: Shape Exploration- learn about basic shapes with Heather before she runs away to camp.
- June 14: String a Snack Necklace- perfect for keeping little hands busy and tummies full.
- June 21: *Meet at Friendship Square to play together and meet Mrs. Sorenson- we will bring coffee and a snack, you just bring the kids.
- June 28: Eating the Rainbow- sample yummy red food.
At Co-op Kids we facilitate simple, earth friendly activities for young children and their families. Our activities are designed with children ages 3-5 in mind though all ages are welcome to attend. Co-op Kids meets weekly each Tuesday morning from 9 until 10 am in the Co-op Cafe unless otherwise noted.
Rebekka Boysen-Taylor is a teacher, writer and mama here in Moscow.