A child’s first experience in school is very important to all parents and to their own success. This interactive workshop will help parents understand “Kindergarten Readiness” and will identify ways parents can have fun and play with their children while helping them get ready for Kindergarten.
This session teaches family activities that help children develop movement skills, language, memory, and more. All of these skills are presented as play, everyday tasks, and preparation for school. During this session parents will explore fun ways to help children learn and discover ideas for simple, hands-on activities to do together at home. Materials for these activities will be provided including a DVD and CD (as pictured).
This is a Parent Information Resource Center program.
Childcare will be provided. Registration is required—please call 474-2044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Thursday, June 2 at 10:30am at the Seabrook Library