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Objectives: 1. To develop an understanding of reading milestones 2. To develop an understanding of how to support reading acquisition 3. To develop and understanding of building an interest in reading as well as the types of books one can read Outline: Reading milestones (5 mins) - Letter ID, sound ID, book knowledge, sight words, sounding out words, writing, Helping support reading acquisition (8 mins) - discuss phonological awareness - activity ideas for blending, segmenting, letter-sound correspondences Reading out loud…Find out more »
Please register for How to Coach Your Children to Develop Healthy Sleep Habits on Oct 24, 2017 8:30 PM EDTFind out more »
Do you ever feel like managing your family’s agenda is as complex as managing a Prime Minister’s schedule? Can Olivia attend Florence’s birthday party? Can you have a girls’ night out on November 10th or is that the week your partner is away at a conference? And the question that inevitably comes back every day: how can you feed the kids a healthy meal while getting everyone to their respective activities? This webinar will provide the tools you need to…Find out more »
An autism diagnosis can be difficult to come to terms with. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may be a disorder you know very little about. Many parents are given little guidance on what to do next. Moving on from a diagnosis can seem overwhelming and we're here to help. Learning Objectives: - Learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - Learn about Autism Speaks Canada - Navigating an autism diagnosis - Tools and Resources Our presenter: Esther Rhee, MSW, National Program Director…Find out more »
It’s report card time, the perfect time for reflection and for planning. At this time in the year, parents should be able to look back and list things that were learned in each subject, as well as areas that could use some improvement or enrichment. In fact, your children should be the ones to tell you. As a parent, you know your child the best. Are you pleased with the list? Do you think there could have been more items…Find out more »