Guiding Principles for Highly Successful Parenting

February 21, 2019 - March 14, 2019

Sandcastles Children's Museum, 129 E. Ludington Ave, Ludington MI 49431

Contact: Kristin Korendyke, 231-233-9323

The early years of learning and behavior establish patterns that impact the rest of your child’s life. During this time, the developing brain becomes ready for learning, patterns of behavior and self-concept are well-established, and a child build’s a foundation for a lifetime of learning. This series will explore ways that families can be highly effective in raising their kids to be successful in school and in life. Presentation topics include: Developing family routines Developing emotional control in your child Being a calm, assertive parent Developing consistent rules and relationships Learning from mistakes and developing empathy & the ability to be thankful as a result Ideal for parents & caregivers of young children. Childcare provided; Pizza provided. (Cancelled in the event Ludington Schools are closed)

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Tags: academic, assertive, caregiver, child, emotional control, kids, networks, parent, positive relationships, routine, stress, young children

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