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  • Growing Up: Parents and Daughters Connecting

    Girls ages 9-12 and their parent, or other trusted adult, will engage in fun, thought-provoking activities to help them learn about puberty and development in males and females, what is normal (and great!) about growing up, how to have the best parent-child communication possible, and how to maintain or strengthen family bonds.Growing up can be exciting, exhilarating, confusing and scary – all at the same time! Join health educators from myHealth for Teens & Young Adults for a fun and informative three hour workshop that will take some of the mystery out of puberty and the questions out of adolescence. Prepare to laugh, create, question, learn and grow – TOGETHER!
  • No challenging behaviors allowed, only peaceful discipline!

    When it comes to discipline, parents often feel overwhelmed and frustrated rather than confident and happy. In this class, you’ll gain insight about what contributes to challenging behaviors. You’ll also learn effective, long-term discipline strategies that feel good to both you and your child so that parenting is more gratifying and less overwhelming.This class is a part of a series. You are welcome to take this class alone or also sign up for:No power struggles allowed, only mindfulness! on Thursday, November 2No excuses allowed, only practicing! on Tuesday, November 28 CHILDCARE: There is child care available for up to age 6 for $6 per child. You can register and pay for childcare online for up to two children. If you need childcare for more than two children or want to pay by phone, please call (952) 975-6940. The deadline to reserve childcare is one week before the class starts.
  • No excuses allowed, only practicing!

    After hearing information about peaceful discipline and mindfulness techniques, one of the best ways to learn how to apply them is to practice them. This session will include discussions about examples of challenging parenting situations as well as opportunities, involving either scripted or real life parenting situations, for participants to practice what they’ve learned. NOTE: This class is being offered as part of a series. In order to get the most benefit, participants can attend session 1 and/or session 2 but not this session only.Session 1: No challenging behaviors allowed, only peaceful discipline! on Tuesday, September 26Session 2: No power struggles allowed, only mindfulness! on Thursday, November 2CHILDCARE: There is child care available for up to age 6 for $6 per child. You can register and pay for childcare online for up to two children. If you need childcare for more than two children or want to pay by phone, please call (952) 975-6940. The deadline to reserve childcare is one week before the class starts.
  • No power struggles allowed, only mindfulness!

    Raising children who are self-aware and who can regulate their feelings has positive, long-term outcomes. This class will teach you about the significance of mindfulness and easy ways to implement it. In addition, based on the book Love and Logic for Early Childhood: Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years by Jim Fay and Charles Fay, you’ll also learn how a loving connection between you and your child can be very beneficial in a variety of ways. This class is a part of a series. You are welcome to take this class alone or also sign up for:No challenging behaviors allowed, only peaceful discipline! on Tuesday, September 26No excuses allowed, only practicing! on Tuesday, November 28 CHILD CARE: There is childcare available for up to age 6 for $6 per child. You can register and pay for childcare online for up to two children. If you need childcare for more than two children or want to pay by phone, please call (952) 975-6940. The deadline to reserve childcare is one week before the class starts.
  • Prepping Parents for Kindergarten

    Come hear from a panel of parents, teachers, and school staff about tips and information to help you in the year leading up to your child starting kindergarten. Instructor: Panel of Teachers, Staff, and Parents
  • READY! For Kindergarten (Ages 3 - 4.5)

    Join us for READY! For Kindergarten! This is a nationally recognized program that has been shown to give parents and caregivers the skills and tools to help children enter Kindergarten at or above grade level. These sessions will include training on reading, writing, and social emotional skills that children need to thrive in school. Every family who attends a READY! session will receive a high-quality collection of toys and learning tools to further their child's progress towards school readiness.
  • READY! For Kindergarten (Ages 4 - 5.5)

    Join us for READY! For Kindergarten! This is a nationally recognized program that has been shown to give parents and caregivers the skills and tools to help children enter Kindergarten at or above grade level. These sessions will include training on reading, writing, and social emotional skills that children need to thrive in school. Every family who attends a READY! session will receive a high-quality collection of toys and learning tools to further their child's progress towards school readiness.