Parenting class

 


 

 

Teaching parents of young children

No one is born knowing how to parent. It's something you have to learn.

  • Play: The child's work
    • Miraculous things are happening while children are at play. They're learning everything the need to know to function in this world. What may appear to be completely random and carefree activity if actually . . .

  • Discipline
    • Children are not all the same! From birth, they have different temperaments. If you have a difficult child . . .

  • Ages and stages
    • The job of raising children is far easier if we know something about what children are like at different ages. Sometimes children appear to . . .

  • Set yourself up for success: Changing chaos to calm
    • Children need freedom to be themselves and to explore. Right now, ensuring . . .

  • Communications: Words and actions
    • This is excerpted from a U.S. Department of Education article entitled "Positive Discipline" . . .

  • Helping children learn right from wrong
    • Ingredients for developing a healthy sense of right . . .

  • Building a solid self-image
    • Few factors will be more important in deciding your children's future than . . .

  • Answering tough questions
    • Talking with your children about sex may not be easy for you. However, it is important . . .

  • Protecting your children from abuse
    • Media attention to missing children has caused a very unfortunate hysteria about child abduction. Children are far more likely to . . .

  • Protecting yourself from abuse
    • There is no clear-cut profile of a battered partner, because virtually any . . .

  • Building brains and bodies
    • Many of the concepts mentioned in previous sessions also have to do with . . .

  • Sibling rivalry