Sharing concerns about a child’s development with parents is a challenging and daunting task as many variables need to be considered.
Adult & Pediatric CPR/First Aid
Its spring time and we are talking about bugs and plants. What better children’s author to discuss than Eric Carle.
Does the thought of this make your hair stand on end? This workshop explores the positive effects for physical development when children participate in boisterous, or superhero play that children naturally crave.
When that fire alarm goes off, will you be ready? Are the children ready to go?
Attachment theory talks about the roles that primary caregivers have in children’s social and emotional development and helps to explain why some children’s behaviors are more challenging than those of others.
Be prepared to get messy as we experience science with our senses and art!
Many nursery rhymes provide opportunities to learn and actively engage children in math explorations!
Be prepared to get messy as we experience science with our senses and recognize the importance of allowing children to be inquisitive.
Play isn’t just a trivial, simple activity to busy kids so grownups can do their own thing. Fred Rogers says, “It's the things we play with and the people who help us play that make a great difference in our lives.”
Technology gets a bad rap in early childhood education classrooms. This workshop will look at how to effectively use technology and interactive media to be hands on, engaging and developmentally appropriate.