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Hands on Art for Twos

Art exploration with open ended materials provides countless opportunities for children to develop fine motor skills, social emotional skills, emerging perceptual-motor skills as well as pre-reading and writing skills. This workshop explores a variety of open ended art experiences which are age and developmentally appropriate for the young child. 3 hours Curriculum


Including all Children and the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Including all Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Including all children in your child care program can be challenging if you don't understand what you are required to do. Come explore the requirements of ADA for early care programs, examine best inclusionary practices, and learn about resources which can support you and your families. Core of Knowlwdge:  3 Hours Special Needs 


Sing, Learn, Play and Grow Together Early Childhood Professionals Event

Sing, Learn, Play and Grow Together Early Childhood Professionals Event Speaker: Dr. Jean Feldman Registration fee: $15.00 per person includes keynote, 2 workshops and continental breakfast Registration closes Friday, October 12th   Keynote: Kids Just Wanna Have Fun! (And teachers do, too!) Workshop 1: Transition Tips and Tricks Workshop 2: Magical Musical Math  


Developmentally Appropriate Art

This workshop is designed to teach participants how to implement a developmentally appropriate art curriculum in the classroom environment and/or a family child care center.  Explores what visual art is and how to implement a variety of art experiences for children of all ages.  In addition, the educator’s role in facilitating creative art activities and engaging children in conversations about visual arts will be examined.  The stages of art skills are outlined to provide participants with an...


A Sense of Place: Human Geography in the Early Childhood Classroom

Developing a sense of place through geographic experiences helps build the social and emotional foundation children need and will one day use as adults. Core of Knowledge: 2 Hours Curriculum  


Maryland EXCELS: Get to Know 2.0

Maryland EXCELS: Getting to Know 2.0 New changes to the Maryland EXCELS website Core of Knowledge: 2 hours Professionalism


What's in Their Backpack? The Impact of Trauma

This engaging workshop discusses the affects and impact that trauma can have on the brain. It not only affects children in the moment, but throughout life if gone untreated.  By understanding the effects of trauma on the brain, we can gain insight into  children’s behavior.   Core of Knowledge: 3 Hours Child Development


Get Up! Get Out! Preschoolers in Motion

In this workshop, participants will list and understand the benefits of structured physical activity for preschooler, describe the influence of physical activity in early care and education (ECE) settings and describe how ECE programs can support children's Physical Activity through structured activities. Participants will also identify strategies and how to implement lesson plans using SPARK curriculum to improve the Physical Activity environment in their classroom. Core of Knowledge: 3 Hours...


Parent Handbook

Parent Handbook Learn what policies and procedures to include in your Parent Handbook to communicate more effectively with families. Core of Knowledge: 2 Hours Professionalism $20.00


Infant and Toddler STEM

From birth children are inquisitive. You can nurture early science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts and skills through daily routines and play and exploration activities that you provide for babies and children in your program. By talking, reading, singing, playing, signing, or using other ways to communicate- whatever works best for your infants and toddlers- you can help them purposefully develop STEM skills.  COK: 2 hours Curriculum