Play & Learn Groups
ChildStrive's Play & Learn Groups
Casino Road Play & Learn Group is every Tuesday from 10:00 am to 11:30 am
¡El grupo Play and Learn en español ha vuelto! Únase a nosotros los martes por la tarde de 12:45 a 2:15 pm.
14 E Casino Road, Everett, WA 98208
Located in Building C
With questions or concerns, please contact Nancy Lay at
Family Story: Meet Lucy
Two-year old Lucy loves to attend the ChildStrive Play and Learn group because it gives her a chance to see her friends and learn new songs. Lucy’s mom likes the ChildStrive play group for the socialization opportunities as well as the facilitator’s knowledge of early childhood development. She appreciates the opportunities to ask questions or seek advice and loves that snack time is included so that children learn how to eat and socialize in a group setting.
The Power of Play
Social / Emotional Development
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What to Expect
ChildStrive play groups follow the Kaleidoscope Play & Learn group model that helps prepare children, up to five years of age, for success in school and life. We provide children and their parent or caregiver fun, developmentally appropriate socialization and learning opportunities. Our groups are led by parent educators, social workers or family counselors.
Each play group includes unstructured play time where families can enjoy our collection of toys, books and games; followed by a nutritious snack (provided by ChildStrive); and the always-favorite circle time that includes songs with movements.
Families are welcome to drop-in at the play group whenever their schedule allows. We do require that an adult stay with their child during play group, of course, it’s so much fun, you wouldn’t want it any other way!
PLEASE BE COURTEOUS OF ALL CHILDREN AND CAREGIVERS IN OUR GROUP, AND REFRAIN FROM BRINGING AN ILL CHILD UNTIL 24 HOURS HAVE PASSED SINCE ANY FEVER, VOMITING, DIARRHEA, OR ANY OTHER COMMUNICABLE SYMPTOMS HAVE OCCURRED.
Common Cold Policy:
The younger your child, the more difficult it is to limit the spread of germs. For example: hand to face contact, mouthing of toys, uncontrolled nasal discharge, uncovered sneezing and coughing etc. Please consider your child’s age, ability to cover their mouth, etc. before coming to the group with a common cold.