Parenting Classes at the JCC

 

Establishing Nurturing Parenting Routines
A nurturing routine is a consistent way of parenting that empowers children by building their sense of consistency, predictability and success, which in turn enhances their self-concept and self-esteem. Join us as we discuss ways to establish nurturing routines for diapering/dressing times, feeding times, bath times and bed times.
WE, December 10, 5-6 pm or SU, December 14, 10-11 am 
Facilitators: Cindy Berman and Amy Sugarman
Location: Motor Skills Room
$5 | JCC Member Free

Coming soon...

Value Your Child
Recognizing and validating your child's feelings are key strategies to support successful behaviors and increased cooperation. This workshop will provide you with valuable parenting information to immediately put these strategies into practice.
TH, January 15, 5-6 pm
Facilitator: Martha Serfaty
Location: Motor Skills Room
$5 I JCC Member Free


Stand Up Against Bullying
As young children grow and interact with their peers, they will encounter "bullying" type behaviors and possibly use these behaviors themselves. It is the parent's job to guide young children to get along with their peers in healthy ways. In this workshop, participants will dissect all roles of bullying behaviors, including the bystanders. They will discuss ways to prevent your child from using bullying tactics and empower children when they encounter bullying behaviors using the book The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander by Barbara Coloroso.
TH, February 12, 5-6 pm or SU, February 15, 10-11 am
Facilitators: Cindy Berman and Amy Sugarman
Location: Motor Skills Room
$5 I JCC Member Free

Social Skills 102: Beyond "Please" and "Thank You"
Social skills are essential to one's Emotional Intelligence (EQ). Often children are told to "listen", "share" or "get along." We may think of these as simple instructions, but every social skill requires several steps. In this workshop, we will unpack some basic social skills to reveal their specific actions. You will leave with playful ideas to help your children enjoy and practice their new skills.
WE, April 15, 5-6 pm or SU, April 19, 10-11 am
Facilitator: Laine Lipsky
Location: Motor Skills Room
$5 I JCC Member Free


Babysitting is available for JCC members at $3 per hour per child with reservation. Free for Member Plus members with reservation. Call 210-302-6820 to reserve space.


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The Barshop Jewish Community Center offers Precious Minds, New Connections parenting classes FREE OF CHARGE to all parents and caregivers of children from birth up to age four.  Recently revised and updated, this parenting class is a must for everyone with a child under age four.  Learn how to handle challenging behaviors and cultivate self-esteem in your child through effective guidance and an understanding of appropriate child development.

The classes are two hours each week and run for 10 weeks. Morning and evening classes available.  Included each week is a children's book or other learning material, a snack or dinner, qualified childcare and course materials.  

Call (210) 302-6846 for more information or to register TODAY!

Session Dates

Class 1: Tuesdays
September 9-November 11

COMPLETED

Class 2: Mondays
December 1-February 9
9:15am-11:15am or
6:30pm-8:30pm

Class 3: Wednesdays
January 7 - March 11
6:30pm - 8:30pm
(Evenings Only)

Class 4: Tuesdays
March 3 - May 5
9:15am-11:15am or
6:30pm-8:30pm



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