7.27.21 CVS Class Recording and Handouts

Lesson Details

Halfway through summer vacation, is it living up to your expectations? If you suspect that you may breathe a guilty sigh of relief when your children return to school in the Fall, don't worry because there is still time to find the right balance of connection, independence, relaxation, and routine that will leave you and your family feeling you've made the most out of summer. Join us for an expert-guided conversation where you will learn how to:

  • Start a conversation about routines that meets everyone's needs.
  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Find unique ways of connecting to your child without an agenda. 
  • Make the most of your time together through playfulness and meaningful conversations.

Course Lessons

Halfway through summer vacation, is it living up to your expectations? If you suspect that you may breathe a guilty sigh of relief when your children return to school in the Fall, don’t worry because there is still time to find the right balance of connection, independence, relaxation, and routine that will leave you and your family feeling you’ve made the most out of summer. Join us for an expert-guided conversation where you will learn how to:

  • Start a conversation about routines that meets everyone’s needs.
  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Find unique ways of connecting to your child without an agenda. 
  • Make the most of your time together through playfulness and meaningful conversations.

7.22.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

Lesson Details

Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting field trips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Course Lessons

Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting field trips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Set the Stage for a Happy, Healthy and Mindful Summer

Lesson Details

Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting fieldtrips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer. 

Course Lessons

Many parents, grandparents, and caregivers discuss grand plans with school-aged children about summer projects, outdoor adventures, or exciting fieldtrips. But we often end up spending half of the summer hanging around and the other half in front of the TV. 

Make the most out of summer with kids of all ages by teaching helpful social emotional learning skills. Join this class for easy steps to plan a summer that’s intentional, enlightening, and fun for everyone. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Plan a summer that includes everyone’s goals.
  • Apply strategies to use sibling strengths to help each other grow.
  • Identify service or project learning, art, movement, and other activities to help your child continue to learn over the summer. 
  • Talk effectively to caregivers, including daycares and camps, about meeting your child’s needs this summer.