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Tue, Nov 15


Saint Paul

Getting Social-Emotional at Home! | Family Symposium

Whether the feeling is big or small, young children are quickly learning all about their emotions! We're sharing our favorite social-emotional techniques for adults to use to support their young child.

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Getting Social-Emotional at Home! | Family Symposium
Getting Social-Emotional at Home! | Family Symposium

Time & Location

Nov 15, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Saint Paul, 1669 Arcade St, St Paul, MN 55106, USA


About the event

Wiggly, giggly, sad, upset, nervous, shy--children within the first five years of their lives are exploring all of the human emotions! However, as adults, it can sometimes be really challenging to navigate a young child's feelings. Parenting is filled with many ups and downs, and we frequently hear from parents that they often struggle with their child's social-emotional development: how to respond to all the big feelings that come within the first five years of life.

In this parent education night styled event, our early childhood education expert, Julia Kallmes, shares her favorite social-emotional techniques she uses in her classroom for her students (ages 33 months to six years old). These techniques, such as the peace chair, the Zones of Regulation, and problem-size identification, can be easily implemented in any home. Julia will give context by explaining young children's social-emotional development, including the development of the limbic system. We will also open the floor to parents to share their own social-emotional questions and concerns. Julia enjoys sharing her social-emotional techniques because she loves seeing understood, empowered children and calm, relaxed adults!

Additional Details:

Childcare will be provided by Monarch Montessori School staff for children ages 2 and up. Children who are too young for the childcare option can be brought along to the class.

**Please RSVP before Thursday, November 10th**

*Kaleidoscope Learning is located inside Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church. We recommend families park in the south parking lot (along Idaho Avenue) and enter the main doors. Follow the signs to reach our space.

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About Julia:

Julia is currently the founder and lead guide of Monarch Montessori School, our sister organization. Before launching Monarch, she worked for six years as a Children’s House guide at a public school in Saint Paul. She served as Board Chair at Heartwood Montessori, a nonprofit school in Northeast Minneapolis. She earned a Master’s in Education from Stanford University and completed the AMI Primary Training at the Montessori Center of Minnesota.

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