Inclusive Play to Learn

Inclusive Play to Learn

In partnership with A Step Ahead Pierce County, the Play to Learn Pierce County powered by Greentrike provides Inclusive Play to Learn for children with special needs and their typically developing peers. Thematic curriculum invites individual play, fun group activities, songs, and a whole group circle time for children and adults to enjoy together! This 90-minute program is held once a week.

Unlike our drop-in Play to Learn program which occurs at several locations throughout Pierce County, this registration-only class is limited to 10 children, both with and without special needs. This is an exciting opportunity for a variety of children and their adults to learn and grow through play.

Inclusive Play to Learn is a FREE program. Registration is required. Additional class details and location will be shared after registration is confirmed.

Ready to Register?

Priority will be extended to families who currently receive services from A Step Ahead Pierce County. Space is limited, so we ask families to register only if they are able to attend each of the nine weeks, and to participate to the best of their ability.

Click the button below to begin your registration!

Upcoming Sessions

Upcoming Inclusive Play to Learn sessions are listed below. For a complete list of Play to Learn sessions and other family-friendly activities, see our Calendar of Events.

Play to Learn | A Step Ahead Pierce County

May 22 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Many Thanks To Play To Learn Pierce County Supporters!

Play to Learn Pierce County is generously supported by:

The Boeing Company, Perigee Fund, William Kilworth Foundation, Safeco Insurance Fund, and Tacoma Creates.

With additional support from:

Baker Foundation, William Kilworth Foundation, Florence B. Kilworth Foundation,Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, HopeSparks Family Services, Horizons Foundation, Spouses Club of Lewis McChord, MultiCare Health System, Niagara Bottling Company, Nisqually Tribe, Puyallup Tribe Charity Trust Board, and Washington Federal

Presented in Partnership with:

Asia Pacific Cultural Center, Bryant Neighborhood Center, Henry T. Schatz Boys and Girls Club, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Puyallup Public Library, Tacoma Housing Authority, and Tacoma Public Libraries