Kingsland
Early Childhood Family Education
& Community Education
Adult Series


Katy Smith: Licensed Parent Educator

Join ECFE and Katy Smith in an engaging, challenging, and entertaining conversation on childhood. Become inspired and armed with resources to provide our children with the essential life skills needed for their growth and success.

                                         Instructor: Katy Smith                                          When: Thursday, October 12th / 6:00-8:00pm
                                         Location: TBD                                                      Cost: Fee

Optional Family Dinner at 5:30pm before speaker: $5.00/Family
Childcare will be provided for children birth to 5 years old (before kindergarten)
 


1-2-3 MAGIC!

Kids are just kids! In addition to being delightful, charming and affectionate, child can also present the adults in their lives with a steady diet of difficult behavior: whining, arguing, teasing, fighting, yelling, tantrums, and pouting.
The 1-2-3 Magic! program has practical and easy to use discipline techniques for families and educators.
You will come away from his training with some techniques that are down to earth, kid friendly,
and make a dramatic impact in a short time. 

**This training meets the Child Growth and Development/Behavior Guidance annual licensing
training requirement for family child care providers
.
Content Area 2c: Promoting Social and Emotional Development.

          Instructor: Lori Ann Hameister (www.littlebitofguidance.com)                       When: Thursday, October 26th / 6:30-8:30pm               
                      Deadline: Wednesday, October 18th     Location: TBD     Cost: Fee:$25     Minimum: 10 students
 


What Do You Do with the MAD that you Feel?
Helping Children Manage Anger and Learn Self-Control

Examine the development stages a child goes through to learn self-control and explore the important lessons parents and early childhood educators can share along the way to support that process. By gaining insight that the ways children deal with their mad feelings is a developmental issue rather than a moral issue, we can help the children learn how to deal with difficult feelings constructively.
**This training meets the Child Growth and Development/Behavior Guidance annual licensing
training requirement for family child care providers
.
Content Area 2c: Promoting Social and Emotional Development.

          Instructor: Lori Ann Hameister (www.littlebitofguidance.com)                       When: Thursday, November 30th / 6:30-8:30pm               
                      Deadline: Wednesday, November 22nd     Location: TBD     Cost: Fee:$25     Minimum: 10 students