Parent Toddler Workshop
Dates: Fridays, 10 - 11:15 a.m. - April 7 - May 5
Ages: Toddlers 18-35 months with an adult. Registration required
Have fun with your toddler while you play with toys, read and create a craft. Ask community resource professionals questions about early literacy, speech & hearing, physical fitness, nutrition and behavior. The Parent Toddler Workshop is a 5-week program for toddlers 18 - 35 months and their parents or caregivers. Registration is limited to one time per child. Additional toddlers in the same family may attend future programs.
This program is currently full. The next Parent Toddler Workshop will be offered in the fall of 2017.
Parenting today is not always easy or simple. The early years of a child’s life are the most important for their development and parents, as their child’s first and most influential teachers, want to do the best they can for their children. Confident Parenting helps parents learn ways to support their child’s development while also providing the social and emotional tools necessary for success in school and life.
The library partners with outside groups to provide research-based strategies and practices that will help parents interact with their children throughout the day. Topics in the Confident Parenting programming include, but are not limited to:
• Sibling rivalry
• Infant and toddler brain development
• The importance of play
• Raising children to make good choices
• Social & emotional development
• Preventing challenging behavior
• Helping children conquer fears and anxieties
Confident Parenting: Speaker Series
Parents, Caregivers and Adults Working with Young Children
The library offers a monthly speaker series about the best practices for parenting young children. This introductory lecture style series is presented in an engaging manner by professionals who really care about kids and families. Topics include infant and toddler brain development, the importance of play, good sleep habits, helping children conquer fears and anxieties, raising children to make good choices, social and emotional development, and more. Click here for information about our May workshop.
You Are What You Eat: Start Early, Start Right!
Do you have a picky eater in your household? Stuck in a food rut and want to increase the types of foods your child will eat? Join registered dietitian and mother of two, Juliette Britton, as she explains best practices for feeding infants through age five with special assistance from Certified Lactacian Educator Jennie Harrison to guide through breastfeeding those first few months and beyond. Learn how to help your child establish a lifelong healthy relationship with food. Juliette Britton, MS, RD and Jennifer Harrison, MS, CIMI, CLE
Monday, May 23, 7 - 8:30 p.m.
In the Eisenhower Room. Adults only. No registration required
For more information:
Contact the Children’s Library at 720.887.2315
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