This program helps adults understand how science experiences promote child development , build self-confidence, stimulate curiosity and develop language skills. Participants in this workshop will walk away with activities that they can take and implement with the young children they work with. 2 HRS Courtney Aldrich, Child & Family Development Instructor, MSU ExtensionFind out more »
Let's expore how we can give children imaginative opportunities through using open-ended materials. Jo Ann Cook, CFLE - 2HRSFind out more »
Let's Talk: Parent and Provider Communication Parents and child care providers play a crucial role in the development of children. Learning how to communicate effectively can help children thrive by providing consistency as well as relationships that are supportive. Learn strategies to effectively communication with parents and explore ways to problem solve communication challenges. Courtney Aldrich, Child & Family Development Instructor, MSU Extension - 2 HRSFind out more »
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan is proud to offer their early childhood nutrition and physical activity program, Regie's Rainbow Adventure®. Follow Regie, the broccoli superhero, to different islands based on the colors of the rainbow. He earns power stripes by eating healthy and being physically acitve. This program reinforces literacy, language development, mathematic skills, scientific understanding, creative arts, social-emotional development, approaches to learning, and physical health & development. Come prepared to learn more about the program and receive materials…Find out more »
Overview of instructional practices in early literacy Sean LaRosa, Executive Director of Early Childhood Services, LESA 2 HRSFind out more »
Registrations Must be Made 72 hours in Advance for CPR, CPR/First Aid & Basic CPR/First Aid Classes.
We are more flexible with our other classes, If in doubt, call us!