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All of our learning experiences are open to parents and caregivers of children ages 0-5 years (unless otherwise specified). Learning experiences are hands on, fun and interactive!  We believe in a strength based approach to learning where everyone is a valued member of the learning experience.  All of our Family Learning Experiences occur at different times during the year.  Register today and check back often! We also conduct sessions for Mom's groups for a nominal fee.

All Family Learning Experiences are held at the We PLAY Center located at:

Sojourner Truth Neighborhood Center - 2200 Lafitte Ave.

Be sure to scroll all the way down to see all of the learning experiences we offer


Co-Parenting :

Make it Better or Keep it Bitter

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Parents continue to have a relationship after divorce or a break-up and must decide what this new relationship will be like. This is called re-alignment of the relationship. This workshop will assist you with learning strategies for “realignment” and moving towards a co-parenting relationship with your child’s other parent.

Geared for parents of children of all ages

6:00-8:00 pm             $30.00

New Class Dates and Times Coming Soon!


Because I Need the Both of You

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Want to improve communication with the other parent?   Is your interaction with the other parent affecting your child?   Ready to learn more effective ways to communicate? Join us for this 2 hour workshop and learn the tools for positive communication.

Geared for parents of children of all ages

6:00-8:00 pm             $30.00

New Class Dates and Times Coming Soon!


Parent Learning Experiences returning in Fall 2019

TrainingGrounds utilizes evidenced based curriculum for their Parent Learning Experiences. You can read more about them below.

All workshops will resume in September 2019! Check back in August for registration information!

Attend one, or all of them

(Separate registration for each class required)

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A young child's first few years are so important!  During these 4 workshops you will learn about ages and stages of development and your child's growing brain, how to a build strong bond with your child and use effective discipline that young children can understand, and learn how to best prepare them for school success! Attend one or all four! 

Ages and Stages of Parenting

Encouraging Positive Behavior

Preventing Problems Before They Start

Getting Ready for School

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program ® is a parenting and family support system designed to equip parents with the skills and confidence they need to be self-sufficient and to be able to manage family issues without ongoing support. During these 3 workshops, we will explore developing positive relationships, how to raise raising component, confident, and resilient children.

Positive Parenting

Raising Competent, Confident Children

Raising Resilient Children.


**NEW this Fall**

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How to Say “YES” instead of “NO”

Keeping our children safe is a the never ending job of a parent. As we work to protect and teach, we often find ourselves saying “no” more often than we would like. For most of us as adults, it is easier to say what we don't like rather than what we do like. Come explore how we can still set boundaries and teach values all while using positive language that will help you get more of the positive behavior you want.

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Why do They Do That?

Why do children line up rows of toys? Carry things from place to place? Develop fascinations for throwing and hiding objects? Join us as we explore many repetitive behaviors that all children have - the reasons behind them may surprise you!


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7 Things Your Toddler Wishes You Knew

Toddlers are the CUTEST! As cute and sweet as they are, they can also be a constant challenge frustrating even the most even tempered parent. Come as we share the 7 things that your toddler wishes you knew now to help the struggles of parenting.