Creating a Nurturing and Nourishing Space for Children and Caregivers
a unique workshop for parents, caregivers, early childhood educators or professionals and beyond!
led by Judith Frizlen, founder of The Rose Garden Early Childhood Center and author 0f Words for Teachers and Caregivers in Small Doses
Held Two Thursdays Each Month at Buffalo State College Bacon 217, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222
4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
• February 8 & 15
• March 15 & 22
• April 19 & 26
Cultivate your understanding of how the child develops and societal barriers to the process.
Work with the many R’s of early childhood – rhythm, routine, repetition, reverence, respect.
Embrace the L.O.V.E approach to discipline.
Explore the Living Arts as cornerstones for a foundation of learning for the young child and enrichment for your own life:
- Practical Activity – bringing meaning and joy to the mundane
- Nurturing Care – simple ways to soothe and give care
- Creative Exploration – singing, storytelling and seasonal craft
- Social Ability – the art of learning to relate well with others
You will learn how to bring these activities into your life with young children, whether at home or in programs, and will weave them into a fuller comfort with your ability to provide a nurturing and nourishing environment.
Make 2018 the year you deepen and inspire your caregiving and self-care!
Register Now! Contact: Tamara Horstman-Riphahn | 716-878-3008
$200 fee includes 6 workshops, parking, snacks
- completed registration form and payment due Jan 29
- minimum 6 participants required
- university credit option available – ask for details
LifeWays, inspired by Waldorf Education, embraces a holistic view of the developing human and advances home as the model and life as the curriculum. Buffalo State is committed to preparing reflective, enthusiastic, collaborative teachers who are open to ideas and ready to meet the needs of all children.