Parenting

OPEN HOUSE at Legacy Montessori – “Let’s Talk Kindergarten” Thursday March 6, 2014

 Join us for a Free Parenting Seminar

DATE: Thursday, March 6,2014

TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 pm

LOCATION:

LEGACY MONTESSORI SCHOOL
12310 Ninth Street
Poway, CA 92064
(858) 679-9949

Please call to RSVP.

Free Childcare provided.

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FREE PARENTING SEMINAR at LEGACY MONTESSORI SCHOOL

You’re invited to our free parenting seminar at Legacy Montessori School

Topic: 10 Essential Parenting Principles

DATE: Thursday, October 24, 2013

TIME: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

PLACE: Legacy Montessori School

(click below for downloadable flyer/invitation)

10-24-2013 Parenting Seminar flyer

10-24-2013 Parenting Seminar flyer

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10 Essential Parenting Principles

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Preparing for our first parenting Seminar of the school year, I asked myself, what are the essential parenting principles that parents need?  What fresh perspectives can I offer?  What parenting skills and concepts will profit our families?  I reflected on my own experiences over the years as a parent, a teacher and as a school director.  I went through my parenting seminar notes, power points presentations, parenting books, notes from counseling parents. How I would have benefited from this information as a young mom!

Then I thought, can I narrow down the skills needed for effective parenting to a Top 10 List?  Below is my attempt to do so, although not in any particular order of importance.

1)      The importance of authority.

2)      Train your child proactively instead of reactively.

3)      Understand the 7 essential qualities that every person needs to be successful.

4)      Teach excellence instead of mediocrity

5)      Nurture purpose and calling in your child’s life.

6)      Deal with heart problems directly by shepherding the Spirit.

7)      Practice the power of Speaking Life.

8)      Deal with the will of a child by setting boundaries.

9)      Teach your child to practice principles for Success.

10)   Use the Bible as the standard.

Many of these principles are not taught in schools, teacher training courses, nor even used by my own parents.  They were gleaned from respected authorities in parenting, tested in my own home, employed by our Teachers here at Legacy, and, hopefully, received into our school’s families.  They are to provide focus, guidance and peace to parents; stability, security and boundaries to their children. Our daily parenting decisions will be a lot easier once we have clear guidelines.

You are invited to our Parenting Seminar on Oct. 24th.  Our school sponsors these free seminars because we believe in more than just educating children.  We equip parents to fulfill this great calling in their lives.  Each Principle warrants its own seminar to do it justice.  I will give an overview on the 10 Essential Principles, focusing on one or two of them for the evening.  We will discuss how these can be applied in the home and at school.   Free childcare is also provided so both parents can attend.  Please RSVP to Ms. Carol at carol@legacyeducation.net or call Legacy at 858-679-9949.

Katie Tseng

Director
Legacy Montessori School
The Excellent Child

 

Katie Tseng is the director and founder of Legacy Montessori School and The Excellent Child Ministry.  Her mission is to train up generations of young people that display excellence in skill and character, and who fulfill their calling for God’s purpose in their lives.

An educator for over 20 years, her collective experience as director, teacher and parent trainer, curriculum developer, and speaker contributes to her life’s calling:  Building Generations of Young Achievers who are Passionate for God.

Beginning as a Sunday School Teacher, she served as the director of Children’s Ministry at the Brooklyn Community Christian Church in New York for two years.  Building upon that experience, she continued to serve as Youth Director for nine more years until moving to San Diego in 1999.

With a BA and MA in Education from New York University, Ms. Tseng taught in the public school system in New York City and in San Diego for 8 years.  In 2001, she was trained at the San Diego Montessori Teacher’s College.  She went on to work at a local Montessori school, gaining experience before opening Cornerstone Christian Montessori School in 2002.  There she spent the first three years in the classroom teaching alongside other teachers.  In her years as an administrator, she created and refined Montessori curriculums, trained teachers and conducted parent education classes.

For her dedication to education and the lives of children and youth, Ms. Tseng was a recipient of the Woman’s History Month Award from the Sheepshead Bay Historical Society in New York, and numerous honorable mentions from the Mayor and Councilman.

As a speaker, Ms. Tseng combines practical advice with knowledge she’s gained as an educator, director, and most importantly, as a parent. She incorporates her extensive reading and research in the topics on which she speaks.  Her messages are hopeful and timely, providing a much needed resource for parents seeking God’s very best for their children.

 

 

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FREE PARENTING SEMINAR AT LEGACY MONTESSORI SCHOOL TONIGHT (3-7-2013)

FREE PARENTING SEMINAR

The Strong-Willed Child

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UNDERSTANDING THE STRONG-WILLED CHILD HOW TO SET CLEAR AND FIRM LIMITS HOW TO SHAPE THE WILL WHILE PROTECTING THE SPIRIT DISCIPLINING THE STRONG WILLED CHILD

Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013 Time:  6-8pm

Held at and presented by:

Legacy Montessori School 12310 9th Street, Poway CA, 92064

We highly encourage both parents to attend.

Free Childcare provided.  

RSVP by email Carol@legacyeducation.net or call 858-679-9949.

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Parenting Seminar: Discipline in the Home – March 1, 2012

Have you ever wondered whether or not you’re doing all you can to train up your child to be happy, self-disciplined, respectful, and confident?  Are you  pulling your hair out trying to figure out what you’ve done wrong because your child seem disobedient and willful?  

Our parenting seminar this Thursday, 6-8pm is just for you!  You’ll learn the pillars of discipline and these basic principles will guide your actions. 

Come and connect with  other parents and educators, and tap into their knowledge and experience.  Please tell all your friends who need this kind of support in raising their children.  See you this Thursday at 6 pm.  Legacy Montessori school provides seminars like this to serve the community.  So come and join us.  All are welcome. 

Please RSVP via our contact form or by calling us at 858-679-9949

 

 

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10 Ways to Spoil Your Child Without Making Them Rotten

Finding you and your children stressed out by discipline issues?  Wish you could remain firm in raising them right while making sure they don’t get overwhelmed?  Do you find yourself regretting how you’ve treated your child, even though you were right?

Here are 10 ways to spoil your child without making them rotten:

1) Lavish them with life defining words: (E.G. You are a generous child, you are intelligent, diligent, you are an honest person) Even though you might feel they don’t have these qualities yet, speak it into existence.   They will rise to the expectation as you define them by their nature, not their behavior.

2) Take them out on a date to the place of their choice:  E.G. Mother-Daughter date for ice cream, Father-Son date to the airplane museum.

3) Rub their backs gently while talking with them

4) Brag about them in front of others:  E.G.  “My son brought breakfast to me, he has such a servant heart .  My daughter has such a compassionate spirit that she prays for _____”

5) Cook something he requests that he doesn’t normally get.

6) Say yes to things to which you normally say no:  E.G “Sure you can have one small piece of that chocolate cake after we finish dinner, after that we can even go ride bikes together to work off the sugar.”

7) When they need to pick up their clothes in their room, try saying, “I am going to help you clean your room and even label the drawers so you’ll know where to put your clothes next time.”

8 ) Play a game of your chid’s choice

9) Take them buy the toy they have been saving for.

10) After your child does something worthy of a serious consequence, explain the reason why what they did was wrong but end with and affirming statement:  E.G. ” I love you and will always forgive you.”

As a reminder:  On Thursday, March 1st,, 2012 at 6PM we will resume our Free Parenting Seminars.  Click HERE for more information.

Topic: “Discipline in Your Family.”

Discipline is not just knowing what to do when your child does something wrong. It is about setting the right tone with your children so when they do need correction, it can be done clearly, easily and effectively. We will discuss key principles for discipline and address issues with strong-willed children.

Legacy Montessori School provides these seminars as a free service to the community. Please let your friends know. Free child care will be provided.

 

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