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Instructor: Shannon Halverson Ages: 18 mos – 36 mos Participants will learn the importance of using play and routines to build a toddler’s receptive and expressive language skills. Strategies for creating play-based language routines with a beginning, middle, and end will be discussed and demonstrated targeting everyday toys such as puzzles, bubbles, animal farms, etc…. (More)
Instructor: Ashlyn Brennan Ages: Birth – 5 There are many milestones our little ones achieve as they grow up, including a wide variety of fine and gross motor skills. We are watching as they learn skills in so many different areas, it can be overwhelming to assess and determine if each child is at an… (More)
Instructor: Melissa Dodds Ages: Birth – 5 Parents can give their children a way to communicate their wants and needs by using basic American Sign Language (ASL) with them. Using signs gives children a way to let you know what they’re interested in before they can talk and facilitates earlier communication opportunities. During this PATH… (More)
Instructor: Beckie McOmie Ages: 2-5 years This training will provide information on pre-scissors skills (hand development and activities) and progress into ideas and tasks to build proper cutting skills with your 2-year and beyond! Facebook Event https://zoom.us/j/97090607674 Meeting ID: 970 9060 7674
Instructors: Claire Blackwell and Kailey Symes Ages: 3 – 5 years Come learn how to “read between the lines” to help facilitate language development through shared storybook readings with your child! Storybook readings have been identified as one of the most powerful ways to promote meaningful and motivating literacy experiences for young children. This PATH… (More)
Instructors: Kari & Emily Ages: 2 1/2 – 5 years With an increasing need to utilize computers and screens for children’s learning, little ones may find it difficult to attend to a learning activity for very long. Movement in specific and non-specific ways can increase their attention. Having children follow simple body movements is not… (More)