The Bear Creek School in Redmond presents a Free Parenting Seminar to the Public
Resilience, confidence, integrity, creativity, responsibility. Parents can get the information they need to help their children develop the qualities needed for success by attending this free seminar on Saturday, November 3 from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
The seminar is open to the public. During each of the three break-out sessions, participants attend the topic that is most relevant or interesting to them. The sessions and instructors include:
•Keynote: Raising Resilient and Confident Kids – Karen Blankenbeckler
•How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk – Kellie Anderson
•Understanding Personality and Temperament – Denise Peeler
•Raising Kids with Character – Rachael Urban
•Strategies to Create Fun Healthy Eating Habits for Children – Camille DeYoung
•Inspiring Your Child to be an Exceptional Reader – Cynthia London
•Bringing Music and Movement into Your Child’s Life – Debra Maurer
•The Five Love Languages – Jennifer McDonough
•Raising Responsible Children Using the Love and Logic Approach – Tressa Parker
•Making Math an Integral Part of Your Child’s Life – Lena Whitlock
“We want to give parents ideas and skills they can use to help their children develop independence and responsibility. We care about kids and want to be a valuable education resource to our community,” shares Karen Blankenbeckler, Vice President for Academic Affairs at The Bear Creek School.
A mother who attended last year’s seminar commented, “I felt that I was able to leave the seminar and apply the knowledge I gained right away when interacting with my kids” and another attendee commented, “Presenters were engaging and used real life examples in getting their message across.”
Instruction will be provided by local teachers and education experts. Ideal for parents with children in preschool through sixth grade, educators, Sunday school teachers, and anyone interested in the success of children. For more information, session descriptions, video clips from previous seminars, and to register, visit www.tbcs.org/