Educational Workshops and Series
Michigan State University’s Early Childhood Educators offer research-based one-time educational classes, series of educational classes and information for parents, caregivers, and child care providers on a variety of early childhood development topics including:
- Literacy Development
- Supporting Young Readers
- Exploring Science with Young Children
- Math Skills
- Positive Discipline
- Dealing with Anger in Children
- Social and Emotional Health
- School Readiness
- Child Development
- And more!
MSUE’s trained and experienced Extension Educators offer classes around the state and are available to come in to your childcare center, library, community program or business to offer high-quality programming for your parents or staff.
Training hours for childcare providers are available!
To find a list of current workshops offered, visit http://msue.anr.msu.edu/events and search by “Early Childhood Development” and the month you want to attend a workshop.
To find an Early Childhood Educator near you visit http://msue.anr.msu.edu/experts.
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.