NEXT CLASS Tuesday March 10 2019
March 10 Sensory Child: There are more than the five senses we learned about in school. Some children’s behaviors maybe sensory processing challenges rather than intentional meanness or bad behavior. Learn about all our senses and how they are processed in our brain. Share sensory strategies and ways to help your child when their sensory system is not functioning smoothly.
April 14, Emotional intelligence: Who’s got it, how to develop it and
why you want it. Emotional Intelligence is important for good social skills, relationships
and self esteem. Learn what it is and how to foster it in your family and when to bring it
to bear on problems. This will be an interactive, participatory and problem solving class.
May 12, Getting Kids to Listen. At the end of your rope? Yelling all the time?
Feel like your kids are running away not coming to you? We’ll teach and talk strategies to
talk you in off the ledge and help you be heard.
These classes are very interactive with a different topic focus each month. Put more tools in your pocket for those difficult parenting challenges. Past topics include: Discipline, Nighttime Parenting and Sleep, Temper Tantrums, Your Sensory Child, Screen time, Power Struggles, Sibling Rivalry, The Sleuthing Parent, the Frustrated Child, Safety in a Crazy World, No More Yelling, Trauma Proofing.
You meet and exchange ideas with other parents as your children enjoy supervised play in the Museum, a win for everyone.
Pre-registration required. No fee. To register, call (360) 956-0818 x103. For children under 3, childcare provided for $10 per child. (Limited childcare & scholarships available.)