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PRICING & DETAILS
The maximum amount of participants per workshop is 50. A charge of $10 will apply for every additional person.
Includes digital materials and certificate.
All workshops can be offered online.
Workshops can be offered at your location of choice for no additional charge.
No location? No problem. A location will be found. Additional fees will apply to cover the rental cost.
Self-regulation involves children's developing ability to regulate their emotions, thoughts and behavior to enable them to act in positive ways toward a goal. These skills allow children to do well in school, with friends, and at home. It helps children feel good about what they can handle and feel good about themselves. Here we explore self-regulation through the perspective of trauma informed practices and learn how to support self-regulation in both children....and ourselves!
Having a home or child care program with a safe space encompasses the environment that enables children to feel the freedom to take risks and make mistakes without judgment or ridicule. The Safe Place is an area where children can go to practice self-regulation techniques. Here we learn about the environment as the third teacher and how to implement your own safe place to promote self-regulation skills.
Each unique kit provides children with the opportunity to engage in sensory experiences like running fingers through dried rice or pouring water. Overall, this can distract and calm a child who is feeling over-stimulated or anxious. It promotes self–discovery as well as social and emotional development.
Here we learn about how we could implement our kits to promote purposeful play.
BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH PLAY
Play in early childhood provides crucial experiences that stimulate every young children's curiosity and motivates them to become interested in their environment. Children are naturally curious about the world around them.
Here we learn how to engage with their curiosity in a fun way to build meaningful relationships.
Through our consultation services, a facilitator will work with educators and caregivers to support the development of room layouts and scheduling in order to promote self-regulation and purposeful play in their home of program.
A facilitator will listen to your specific needs and develop an action plan to meet those needs.