Spotlight on Infants and Toddlers - Online

LIVE • Online
November 6, 2021
8:30 am to 1:30 pm Central Check Time Zones

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This Seminar Begins At:

3:30 am
Hawaii Time
5:30 am
Alaska Time
6:30 am
Pacific Time
7:30 am
Mountain Time
8:30 am
Central Time
9:30 am
Eastern Time

Credits: 0.50
Earn 5 Clock Hours When You Pass Exam

Seminar Pricing:
$29.00

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Watch LIVE or the recording within 2 weeks of the broadcast date - the recording will be removed on November 20

* Missouri and Minnesota only: Those in Missouri and Minnesota who wish to receive MOPD/Develop credit must take their certificate exam no later than noon on Monday, November 8, 2021


Each Topic Area Below Is Included

Spotlight on Infant & Toddler Learning Activities and Games
Fun activities for different ages  * Special fun games to promote sensory and visual development in infants * Songs, fingerplays, and games and laughter for Toddlers * Great ways to create fun times for you and tots


Smart Starts:  Building Brain Power in Infants and Toddlers
Must-knows about the developing brain * How and why the early years are vital to brain development * Facts about the brain’s development the first years of life * How to boost brain smarts  * Activities to build relationships and brains


The Special Language of Tots!
Amazing ways tots communicate and how to recognize what they are saying *  Discover the power of “Tot Talk” so you know what they really mean and want as they communicate that they are angry, sad, over-stimulated, or cranky.

10 Must-Knows for Fussy Irritable Infants and Toddlers
Learn the most common reasons infants get fussy and cry and what to do * Strategies that work for both infants and toddlers to calm children * Set the stage for the beginning of self-regulation

Developmental Milestones:  Ages and Stages 
Fun activities for different ages  * Special fun games to promote sensory and visual development in infants * Songs, fingerplays, and games and laughter for Toddlers * Great ways to create fun times for you and tots

Brain-friendly Ways to Make Each Day Easier Working with Tots
Learn the brain-friendly way to calm children * How to make drop-off and pick-up easier and more comfortable for all involved * How to have restful naptime routines *   Tearless diaper changes * Interactive Meal times   

 

5-Hour Certificate 

After viewing, pass a brief follow-up exam for a 5-hour certificate. The exam is an additional $5. See the bottom of this page to find the $5 exam, add it to your cart, and pay. You will see the exam in your Order History, but will not be able to take it until after the seminar ends on Saturday.

 

Regular Registration

NO LATER THAN November 4, 2021

Group size 1-4 people: $25.00 per person

Group size 5+: $21.00 per person

Late Registration

November 5, 6, 2021

Group size 1-4 people: $29.00 per person

Group size 5+: $24.00 per person

Category: Discipline/Guidance & Development Environment & Curriculum Child Growth and Development


Presenters:

Dr. Maryln Appelbaum

Dr. Maryln Appelbaum

Dr. Maryln Appelbaum is well-known as an outstanding authority on children, education, and families. She has a Master’s Degree in both Psychology and in Education and a Ph.D. in Psychology. She has worked as both an educator and a therapist and has been a consultant throughout the United States. Maryln has been the owner and headmaster of three educational centers and one private school for children. She has written more than 30 “how-to” books geared exclusively for teachers and parents. She is especially known for her books, "DO IT RIGHT, A POSITIVE GUIDE FOR DISCIPLINE", and "HOW TO TALK TO KIDS SO THEY LISTEN." Her books, videos, posters, CDs, and audiotapes are used throughout the United States as well as in Canada and in South America. She has been interviewed on television and radio talk shows and has been quoted in newspapers including U.S.A. Today. She received White House Clearance in 1989 as a leading contender for the position of Director of the U.S. Office of Child Care. Maryln has always loved the challenge of reaching and engaging challenging, hard to reach, tough children. She keeps going until she finds the tools she needs to reach those students. She delights in sharing those tools, strategies, solutions, and interventions with other educators. She is powerful, fun, motivational, and most of all caring as she shares her personal experiences working with children.