Raising a Thinking Child Classes Available

A family sitting on the couch cuddled together reading a book.A program for parents of school-aged children
6-weekly sessions, Thursdays 12 Noon – 1:00 p.m.
January 14 – February 18, 2021

(January 14, 21, 28, February 4, 11, & 18)

 

Location: Live ZOOM class—join from home!
Cost: $25* includes: 1 workbook
Register: https://go.wisc.edu/8ma510

Register by January 8, 2021

Flyer: https://go.wisc.edu/8193o7

*Scholarships available for those with financial need. We want everyone to be able to participate in this amazing program. Simply ask for a scholarship & the course is free, no questions asked.

Class can be given in Spanish with live interpreter! Workbook available in Spanish.

Workshop Facilitators: Chelsea Wunnicke & Amanda Coorough, Extension Educators in Human Development & Relationships (HDR) with UW-Madison Division of Extension

Help your child learn to problem solve in 6 weeks to see positive changes in:

  • waiting for what they want
  • sharing & taking turns
  • remaining calm in frustrating situations

Parents learn word pairs, games & activities to help!

Comments from Participating Parents:

  • “My family is happier.”
  • “(we are) yelling less.”
  • “I talk to my son about how his feelings and actions affect others.”

Contact us with questions:
Amanda Coorough, Sauk & Columbia County HDR Educator, email: amanda.coorough@wisc.edu
Chelsea Wunnicke, Richland County HDR Educator, email: chelsea.wunnicke@wisc.edu, phone: 608-647-6148

Children as young as 4 can learn to think for themselves in ways most of us never thought possible.