This workshop is fully claimable using SkillsFuture Credit.
How to lay the foundation for meaningful parent-child bonding
Children who grow up receiving love and affection from their parents are more well-balanced and better able to form healthy relationships with others in the future. As a parent, how you respond to your child shapes your child’s personality, choices, and actions.
The first in The Parenting Years workshop series, Building Relationship with Your Child will share how you can lay the building blocks for a positive relationship with your child. Gain access to online learning materials and be engaged in hands-on sessions conducted in small groups, at our training venue.
Online Learning: Self-directed learning
Understand the importance of child development and discover ways to engage your child in learning through age-appropriate strategies.
Session 1: Play with Me
Find out how you can empower your child to experiment and make choices during child-led play. Engage your child through role-play, sharing and experiential activities so your child can gain greater confidence and independence.
Session 2: Read with Me
In this facilitator-led parent-and-child interactive session, discover tips on how to develop literacy in children. Pick up strategies on how to cultivate good reading habits and how to make stories come alive as you read with your child.
Session 3: Talk to Me
Your communication style impacts how your child acts, behaves and responds to others. Learn how to use the right tone, model good manners, ask for your child’s opinions and listen to your child’s needs.
What You Get Out Of It
Lay the foundation for healthy relationships
Empower your child in becoming their own person
Open communication with your child, and understand their needs
Who Should Join?
Parent with children between 3 – 6 years old.
17 & 24 July (2x Saturdays)
Mode of Conduct: Face-to-face
$218.98 (Fully claimable under the SkillsFuture Credit Scheme)
Price stated above are inclusive of 7% GST. This programme is open to both Singaporeans and non-Singaporeans.