Bed Time, Meal Time, Get-Out-the-Door Time! Get Tips from the Experts!
Childhood doesn’t run like clockwork, much as we want it to. Come to Moses Brown and hear four experts share concrete strategies for how to make daily transitions run more smoothly.
Thursday, October 12 – 8:30-10:00 a.m.
The Woodman Center Classroom – Moses Brown School
Moses Brown parent Carolyn Dalgliesh P’21 founded Systems for Sensory Kids, LLC, which bridges the gap between clinical support and practical in-home solutions for rigid, anxious, or distracted kids. In addition to publications and conference presentations, her book The Sensory Child Gets Organized (Touchstone, 2013) is an invaluable resource for parents, caregivers, and educators.
As Moses Brown’s full-time counselor for grades N-6, Krista Haskell provides daily social, emotional, and learning support for children and their families. As a resource for both parents and children, she is a helpful guide to make sure your child’s strengths and weaknesses are thoughtfully taken care of.
Moses Brown teacher and past parent Martha Handley P’10 ’11 ’16 has worked in the Lower School for 26 years both in Nursery and in Kindergarten. As an early childhood educator Martha has shared many meals with young children and has started a blog sharing recipes and suggestions for children to sustain their focus throughout a long school day called Focus Fuel For Five-Year-Olds.
Join us for coffee, refreshments, and a panel discussion–and Q&A–with these helpful experts. This event is free and open to the public.
To reserve your spot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-831-7350 ext. 118 or REGISTER ONLINE