Join Michigan State University (MSU) Extension’s Building Early Emotional Skills workshops to develop the skills needed to support the social and emotional development of your child. This eight-week class will take place for 90 minutes each week. Participants will receive educational enhancements that will help them apply what they learned in class to real-life situations at home with their children. Interested attendees can participate in two ways: in person or online. In-person classes will take place in Saginaw County, with childcare and meals provided. Online, web-based trainings are available to Michigan residents in communities outside these two areas.
Participants must have a child between the ages of birth and three years. Preference is given to participants eligible for WIC, Head Start, Bridge Card, etc. For more information, contact:
Saginaw County Trainings:
Kylie Rymanowicz , MSU Extension Educator
firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-758-2503
Carrie Shrier, MSU Extension Educator
email@example.com or 517-546-3950
Check out MSU Extension’s video based resources on the MSU Extension Early Childhood YouTube channel. Topics of videos include: friendship skills, communication, developing independence, cooperation, misbehavior, early literacy, sibling relationships and much more. New video topics are added freqently!
The Building Early Emotional Skills program is funded by a grant from the USDA/NIFA Children, Youth, Families at Risk grant program under award No. 213-41520-20939.