Parents & Toddlers Workshop
Come Learn From Experts Why Physical Literacy is so Important for Your Child’s Mental and Physical Health and Development
Alain Koo, Seneca College Professor
Hosted by ParentConnect with Canadian Chinese Youth Athletic Association (CCYAA)
Let’s Play Ball!
Come learn with our experts if you have a kid aged 3 to 6 and want to understand how physical literacy provides building blocks for athletic capabilities which enable children to have healthier lives both physically and mentally, and enhance your child¹s opportunities to successfully participate in physical fitness.
First 30 pre-registration will receive Crayola crayons, a swag bag, and chances to win limited edition ORBIS airplane mobile string!
|Date:||Sunday, September 30, 2018|
|Time:||2:00pm - 4:00pm (sign-in at 2 pm)|
|Speaker:||Alain Koo, Professor of Early Childhood Education at Seneca College, has developed an innovative basketball methodology to promote physical literacy among children.|
|Location:||First Markham Place, Main Stage
3255 Hwy 7 East, Markham
$5 per family of 2,
$5 per person
(Kid under age of 6 FREE)
|Registration:||A few of ParentConnect members' preschoolers who pre-register for the event will have an opportunity to join the demo game and receive a free jersey (value $30).
Call ParentConnect (647) 568-8226 before Sep 26 to register. Space is limited.
ParentConnect™ is a registered non-profit organization. We are building a stronger parent community with on-going learning, collaborative communication, knowledge and resource sharing, promoting Positive Parenting and nurturing positive future generations for a better society. Join us at www.ParentConnect.ca for free membership and news on learning programs with experts, parent-children bonding activities, resources and support information from the public and private sectors.
CCYAA (Canadian Chinese Youth Athletic Association) is a registered non-profit organization whose main objectives are promoting sports, fair play, and a sense of community for Asian youth across the Greater Toronto Area. www.CCYAA.org