Tiny Tots Development Center

Welcome to Tiny Tots Free ECEAP Preschool

ECEAP Preschool

ECEAP (pronounced “E-Cap”) is the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program funded by Washington State for children 3 and 4.

Children who attend ECEAP learn to manage their feelings, get along with others and follow classroom procedures. They build the beginning skills for reading, math and science.

The programs work closely with parents to support their children’s health and education and to meet family goals. They help families access medical and dental care and social services.


Children are eligible for ECEAP and Head Start based on their age and family income. Up to 10 percent of ECEAP and Head Start children can be from families above the income limit if they have:

  • Developmental factors such as developmental delay, disability, or other special needs.
  • Environmental factors such as homelessness, family violence, chemical dependency, foster care, or incarcerated parents.


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Tiny Tots Development Center Mission & Vision

Within one of the most diverse zip codes in the US our mission is to provide
stimulating and enriching programs to at-risk, low-income, culturally diverse
children 1 month-12 years old. We prepare the children we serve for
kindergarten and beyond, through curriculum, activities and community
partnerships. We encourage the engagement of Families in their child’s learning.
Parental involvement in a child’s education is one of the biggest predictors of a
child’s success. We respect and celebrate the cultural diversity of our population
including the families we serve and our staff.
We do this by providing a high-quality early childhood learning education
preschool program with comprehensive health and family support services that
promote the physical, cognitive, social, emotional, cultural and linguistic
development of children
We strive to use cultural sensitivity in all our family and community
interactions by providing a culturally sensitive menu as well as training our staff in
building a multi-cultural community.
We are here to support parents and guardians as well. Aiding wherever we
can in their role as primary caregiver/educators, in meeting family goals and
achieving success. Including support in education, employment, health, and basic
We foster community growth as well. Providing leadership and facilitating
community partnerships and collaborations that support the success of children and