Corey Berden - NMCAA - The Giving Tree
Mary Robertson, Suttons Bay Bingham District Library
Valerie Gerhart, Advocates for Benzie County's Early Childhood Task Force, favorite book, the Salamander Room
Rachael Birgy, Northern Early Childhood Support Network, The Gruffalo
Linda and Kate from the Grand Traverse Children's Clinic
I am Brittnay Fox, I work for the Strong Beginnings
Kara PoWeR! Book Bags, A Flowerpot is not a Hat
Maryellen Paull Glen Lake Community Library The Napping House
Julie Stone Early Childhood Task Force
Geri Valentine PoWeR! Book Bags
Wow!! You didn't warn me to have tissue ready!
Julie’s favorite book...Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson
Adults interacting with kids!
Again, what were those three beliefs stated in the video?
Slides on that are coming, Valerie. Stay tuned!
Will we get a copy of the Ppt slides?
We can make that happen, Valerie.
Person A: Talk about a moment where you really connected with an infant or young child. What was that like? What about your interaction made you and the child light up?Then, talk about an experience that didn't go so well, where you weren't connecting with a little one or you were unsure how to handle the situation. What was that like? How did you feel?Person B: Foster trust! Then, share one of the key messages and offer a concrete tool that your partner could use when spending time with young children in the future.5 Ways to Build TrustListen and Ask QuestionsEmpathize and UnderstandValidate and EncourageSupport with ToolsBe Friendly and AuthenticKey Messages for FamiliesTalking, reading, and singing every day from birth will help build a child's young brain and help prepare a child for kindergarten.Parents can transform any moment into a meaningful learning opportunity.Encourage bilingualism! Children who learn more than one language have more active and flexible brains.
Training Survey for Endhttps://forms.gle/SFszVtSrFP7Mt3DG7
Thank you Missy and ELise!!
Leelanau Township Library
So excited to share!
Thank you! Time well spent!