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Parent Education Opportunity

By November 30, 2016Uncategorized

Montessori and Parenting the Toddler Child

Helping parents understand the Uniqueness of the Young Child

Sleeping, eating, and toileting concerns will be addressed.


Thursday, December 8, 8:45 – 10:00am OR 7:00 – 8:30pm

Invite a friend! This talk is free and open to the public.



This presentation and discussion will cover the major parenting issues of the toddler-age child (18-36 months). The most common parenting concerns, such as eating, toileting and sleeping, will be covered as well as the skills needed for parents to support their child. Parents will leave empowered with tools and tips to apply at home for setting the appropriate expectations for success. ​

Presented by Montessori-trained teachers, Alona Procaccini and Sue Saad, who, as developmental specialists, will address key issues for the infant and toddler-aged child and how best to support development in the home environment.

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