Early Learning Series workshops focus on Enriching Family Engagement and Building Stronger Relationships

Extension Racine County’s Early Learning Series will host three workshops focused on Enriching Family Engagement and Building Stronger Relationships. March 24        Joining Family Systems-Becoming Part of the Family April 7             How To Have Professional Conversations April 28           Supporting Children and Families Long Term       Facilitated by: Tina Ginner Melzl, MS, […]

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February Workshop – Understanding and Using A Sensory Approach

Extension Racine County’s Early Learning Series will host a workshop on understanding sensory. Bottom Up / Inside Out: Understanding and Using A Sensory Approach How does a child’s sensory engine run? See, smell, taste, touch, hear, and movement – senses play an important role in processing the world around us. A child’s sensory engine can […]

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September Workshop – Thriving With Your Spirited Child

Extension Racine County presents “Thriving With Your Spirited Child” Workshop Is there a “spirited” child in your life? Is the child more perceptive, intense, sensitive, persistent, energetic or expressive?  If so, you may have a “spirited” child. Join us for this 3-hour workshop that will help you to better understand the role temperament plays in […]

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March workshop added – Emotion Coaching – Helping Children Manage Strong Feelings

Due to strong interest in this topic, Racine County UW-Extension has added new March workshop on “Emotion Coaching – Helping Children Manage Strong Feelings”, which will be held on March 26, 2019. Children with strong social-emotional skills have greater academic achievement, more positive social interactions, and greater satisfaction in life. Emotion Coaching can help young children […]

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Register for Managing Challenging Behaviors Workshop

Racine County UW-Extension’s Early Learning Series will present the workshop, “Managing Challenging Behaviors” for early care and education providers. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Ives Grove Auditorium in Sturtevant. This workshop will provide early care and education providers with skills and strategies to […]

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Workshop – Emotion Coaching – Helping Children Manage Strong Feelings

Racine County UW-Extension will be hosting a workshop, “Emotion Coaching – Helping Children Manage Strong Feelings” on February 27, 2019. Children with strong social-emotional skills have greater academic achievement, more positive social interactions, and greater satisfaction in life. Emotion Coaching can help young children learn valuable skills. This workshop focuses on: 1) Increasing child’s emotional vocabulary; […]

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Family Connections Workshop

Racine County UW-Extension’s Touchpoints Project will be offering a Family Connections  workshop series for early care and education professionals. This is a unique opportunity that includes 15 credits of Tier 3 continuing education. The series starts on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. The Family Connections curriculum and materials were developed for early care and education staff to […]

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Register for Kindergarten Readiness Workshop

Racine County UW-Extension’s Early Learning Series will be hosting a “Kindergarten Readiness” workshop for early care and education professionals. What makes a child “ready” for kindergarten? Is it knowing letters, numbers, colors, and shapes?  Is it the ability to get along with others and ask for help?  Join this informative workshop to learn what area […]

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Register for Trauma Informed Care for Early Care and Education Providers Workshop

Register for the “Trauma Informed Care for Early Care and Education Providers” workshop that will be facilitated by Tim Grove of SaintA. Tim Grove has been on the forefront of trauma informed philosophy and practices.  This workshop is specifically designed for early care and education providers. Tuesday, November 27 (registration deadline – November 19) 6:00-9:00 p.m. […]

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