Love & Logic
Love and Logic helps in the parenting journey with tips and strategies that support:
* Appropriate parental control * Appropriate consequences for behaviors * Empathetic responses to whining and behaviors * Set enforceable limits * Help children identify the problem * Design a strategy for resolving problems and situations
2 Sessions to select from: Thursdays (5 week session) January 12,19,26, Feb 2 & 9, 2012 6:30—8:00 pm. Location: West Elementary Facilitator: Tim Rygh
Mondays (6 week session) January 30, Feb. 6,13,20,27, March 5 6:30—8:00 PM Location: Viking Elementary Facilitator: Molly Soeby
How Much Is Enough
Back By Request! This four week series is designed to help parents see the difference between spoiling and overindulging versus healthy, loving, and appropriate care. This series helps parents foster independence, empathy and compassion, and self-control in their children. The facilitator will provide research and strategies to guide parents in raising children with a healthy sense of self and a contributing role in society.
Tuesdays (4 week session) January 10,17,24 & 31, 2012 6:30—8:00 PM Location: Century Elementary Library Facilitator: Tootsie Gasparini
1 2 3 Magic
1 2 3 Magic offers easy to follow steps for disciplining children without arguing or yelling. These classes help parents to avoid over explaining, maintain control, avoid misbehavior in public, and help their children make positive choices.
Thursdays (2 week session) 6:30—8:00 PM January 19 & 26, 2012 Location: Head Start (connected to Lake Agassiz School) Facilitators: Tracey Johnson & Carol Messmer
Parents Morning Out
Love & Logic
Love and Logic helps in the parenting journey with tips and strategies that support: * Appropriate parental control * Appropriate consequences for behaviors * Empathetic responses to whining and behaviors * Set enforceable limits * Help children identify the problem * Design a strategy for resolving problems and situations
Do you ever wonder if other parents are feeling the same way you are? Dealing with the same issues you are? Do you wonder if other children sleep through the night, have tantrums, fight with their siblings? At Parents Morning Out parents discuss these issues and more. Parents share highs and lows, encourage each other, and build friendships. Please join us for a morning of coffee, discussion and building connections with other parents.
Mondays, 9:00 –10:30 AM
Location: University Lutheran Church
Facilitator: Ann Shallman
January 9— Raising Responsible Kids
NO CLASS ON JANUARY 16th
January 23— Sharing Control Through Choice
January 30— Say What You Mean-Mean What You Say
PIC classes are open to any parent at any location. FREE childcare is also available for most classes. Registration is required. Please call 787-4216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org