Parents can enjoy time bonding with their child(ren) through NOCE’s Parenting Program. Courses such as Joyful Parenting and Developmental Movement encourage activities together that celebrate music, movement, and creativity.
Programs and Courses
New! Raising Thoughtful Children
Explore interesting topics to support your child’s social-emotional development and build awareness of self, family, community, and the world. Children and adults will experience developmentally appropriate activities together to foster a growth mindset and thoughtfulness towards oneself and others.
- PARN 237 Raising Thoughtful Children – Ages 1.5 – 2.5
- PARN 238 Raising Thoughtful Children – Ages 2.5 – 5
Enjoy self-esteem-building activities with your child through songs and music, arts and crafts, and other fun activities. Parents will learn techniques for school readiness and activities to do at home while your child will learn about socialization, sharing, and following directions. A snack time allows for the instructor to share lecture/discussion topics with parenting tips.
- Joyful Parenting: Creative Art/Music – Ages 1.5 – 2.5
- Joyful Parenting: Art, Music, & Movement – Ages 2.5-5
Parents are introduced to the latest information about their child’s development and parenting skills, through lectures, discussion, observation, and hands-on learning. Learn appropriate activities and developmental stages for your child(ren) that prepare them for preschool and/or kindergarten.
- Developmental Movement – Ages 1-2
- Developmental Movement – Ages 3-4.5
Visit the Developmental Movement page for more information on the classes.
Learn new ways to bond with your children. Check out our current class schedule and register today!
I am a mother of three and I have overcome many barriers to attend the NOCE Joyful Parenting courses, but it is worth it! I treasure the bonds I have developed with other parents and the friends that my children have made. I love not only spending time with my children but also enhancing my skills as a parent! Mery Munoz-Rosales
Parenting Program Student