Raising a Thinking Child class starts Monday, September 8th
Offered by Sue Allen and Mary Ann Schilling, UW‐Extension Marquette and Waushara Counties Family Living Educators
The “I CAN PROBLEM SOLVE” approach for parents and caregivers of children ages 4‐7.
The words that parents and caregivers use with children help children think and independently solve problems,
reducing conflict and stress, and teaching lifelong skills. Parents and caregivers will:
- Learn to use the “I Can Problem Solve” discipline ladder
- Use word pairs to build a vocabulary for problem solving
- Give children skills to solve problems
- Help children take into account their own and other’s feelings
The 12‐hour class is spread over eight Monday evenings: September 8, 15, 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2014.
- Light family meal: 5:00‐5:30 p.m.
- Class: 5:30‐7:00 p.m.
- Location: Forest Lane Elementary School, Room 151, 222 Forest Lane, Montello
- Free child care in Room 119 (4K classroom)
- Fee or Scholarship: $25 per individual or couple pays for class and materials.
Please request partial or full scholarship if $25 is a hardship. $10 gas reimbursement per family each week, if helpful.
Forms for sign up are available at Montello Public Library in the front hallway/lobby on the bulletin board.
Class is limited to 12 adults - Registrations accepted with payment or scholarship request on a first-come, first-serve basis by Wed. September 3, 2014