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Free Presentation for Parents and Care-givers

September 4, 2013

Free Presentation for Parents and Care-givers

I am excited to share my experience and knowledge about early developmental movement and its effects on brain development in infants and toddlers.

Banyen Books & Sound in Vancouver is hosting my free event

THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF BODY & BRAIN DEVELOPMENT: Let Your Baby & Toddler Move!

on Sunday October 20th. The presentation will be part lecture, part movement and very interactive.

Parents, care-givers, children and childcare professionals are welcome!

Please mark your calendars and share this with your friends!

Please see the complete details by clicking the link below.

https://www.banyen.com/events/Marcia-Wakarchuk-Jones

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Rebekka Harvey permalink
    September 4, 2013 23:45

    Congratulations Marcia!! You got into Banyen for hosting your event… wonderful, darling! 🙂

  2. Karin W. (early childhood educator; bilingual German-English daycare 0-3yrs). permalink
    November 1, 2013 12:00

    I had the privilege to attend Marcia’s seminar about the connection of movement and brain development at Banyen Books on October 20th, 2013.
    She was a pleasant and lively presenter. She addressed and reached parents, care givers and early childhood educators in a positive way. Marcia’s explanations were clear and comprehensible. The way she presented the theory of the subject in combination with case examples and practical demonstrations inspired me to further educate myself in this field.
    This seminar deepened my understanding of stage-significant development during infancy and toddler-hood. It gave examples of how to support and scaffold the children’s needs and skills during these important stages. Something that stood out was that if an early stage in development is skipped, one can learn the skills later on in life through, e.g., specialized training. Attending this seminar also reminded me of the importance of working collaboratively with colleagues, parents, care givers, and the community.

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