Interactive Workshops

Toddlers & Preschoolers


Toddlers’ and Preschoolers’ development is exciting to experience and often exhausting.  In these live workshops, we’ve shared some ways to help manage emotions (theirs and yours!), create routines (a powerful tool), and discuss ways of inspiring your little ones. Check out our most popular Toddler / PreSchooler workshops:

Interactive Workshops

Taming Tantrums - Recognize Triggers and Plan Ahead
Does your young child have tantrums about the smallest issues? Have you tried everything and nothing seems to work? Join us for some practical tips on understanding and dealing with this very typical part of early childhood.
Infant Toddler Brain Development: Why Parents Matter So Much
What helps infants and toddlers grow into resilient children and teens? And what can parents and caregivers do to support your little one’s positive development? Join this workshop for practical, everyday strategies to support your little one to grow, learn and connect in healthy ways.
Sleep Solutions for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Sleep problems are common in toddlers and preschoolers, including bedtime battles and night wakings. Join expert Lisa Meltzer Ph.D., CBSM for practical solutions so everyone can sleep better.
Eat, Play, Sleep: Routines That Support Toddlers
Proven ways to help your young child thrive and learn as they go through their day.
Hitting and Biting: Set Limits and Get Back on Track with Toddlers and Preschoolers
Does your young child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors? Are they hitting or biting others in frustration? Have you tried everything and nothing seems to work? You are not alone. Join us to better understand these behaviors and how you can help.
Manage Meltdowns with Positive Discipline for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Yes, little ones can be very expressive of their emotions in ways that disrupt your day or even drive you crazy. Join us to recognize what contributes to all these feelings and how you can help your child reduce the big explosions.
Technology and Young Children: How much is too much?
In a world where technology seems to be taking over, you may wonder how much is too much when it comes to your kids. And why are screen time recommendations so important? Join us to discuss these challenging issues and much more. We will explore the positives and negatives of technology and how you can embrace the current world while still nurturing your child’s growing and developing brain. In this virtual workshop, a Peace At Home expert will offer suggestions for limiting screen time, as well as guidelines on how to choose high quality media when the need arises.
Emotion Coaching for Young Children: Ways to decrease conflict and strengthen connection
A better relationship with your child starts with emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence increases children’s self-worth and cooperation, it improves communication and strengthens the parent-child connection. Family conflict decreases with strong emotional intelligence and it impacts all of your child’s future relationships.
Be Your Child's Calm Center and the Power of Playfulness
Effective parents recognize the importance of self-regulation and co-regulation and just exactly how playfulness actually increases cooperation. Join us to learn positive and fun strategies that will improve family life as soon as you start.
Picky Eating: Make Mealtimes Enjoyable
Was your child once a good eater, and now they refuse to eat almost anything? Are you curious how to develop mealtime limits in a positive way? Picky eating typically emerges in the first three years and can quickly turn into an emotional power struggle. Through this class, you will gain an understanding of why children become picky eaters, how you can prevent these behaviors, and practical tips for setting mealtime limits.
Sibling Connections: Help Young Children Connect in Positive Ways
Sibling conflict, although frustrating, is a normal development when a new baby arrives. But there are strategies to help siblings develop a positive relationship. Join this class to learn why certain behaviors surface before and after the baby arrives, common ways children react to a new baby, and strategies to promote cooperative relationships between your children. Learn why routines are important when responding to sibling conflicts.
Help Your Young Child Feel Safe and Secure
Signaling safety to our children is a Peace at Home essential principle. It is important to recognize the nature of your own anxious responses and have tools to manage those. A child who feels safe in relation to their parents and caregivers will naturally use social-emotional strategies to problem solve. When you understand how to signal to your child that they are safe, you are better able to protect their mental health. To grow and develop positively, young children need to feel secure. They need family life to remain pleasurable and playful even in uncertain times.
ABC's of Potty Training
Potty learning is a wonderful time for toddlers to learn to care of their bodies in culturally approved ways. Your family will benefit from some reflection about your values, some planning about how to get started, some guidance from resources about persisting when your child seems confused or hesitates, and creation of routines to address the typical challenges. Our ABC’s of Potty Learning library has much to offer and will provide you with the guidance you want every step of the way.
Get Ready for Kindergarten
The transition to kindergarten can be a scary and challenging time. With new routines, a new school, and new teachers and classmates, it can feel overwhelming for you and your child. Join us to discover how to make this transition a more peaceful and easy time for both of you. In this virtual workshop, Peace at Home experts and other parents will explore ways to identify your child’s specific strengths and challenges, as well as how to support them. We will discuss strategies and routines to practice at home that will help your child feel more confident and comfortable as they begin kindergarten. It’s a big change, but it doesn’t have to be a scary one.
Inspire Independence & Sustain a Love of Learning
As parents, we want to raise children to be independent. But how do we get there and where do we start? Join us to discover appropriate ways to promote independence in your young child based on their stages of development. In this Live Interactive Workshop, Peace At Home expert Cora Megan, MA will guide you through strategies to balance support and connection with exploration. Discover how to keep your child safe while also allowing their independence to grow in healthy ways.

Meet your Instructors

Cora Megan

Toddlers/Preschoolers, Early Discipline, Childcare,


JoAnn Robinson

Infants, Potty Training, Taming Tantrums,


Sophie Hornick

Medical issues, Hospitalization, Grief/Loss,

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