The DoSeum is San Antonio's only museum just for children where kids learn by doing, creating and tinkering, instead of just looking and listening.
Located in Innovation Station, Little Maker Workshops are drop-in programs that are designed specifically for guests 1-5 years of age.
The workshop programs are aligned to Maker-Centered Learning pedagogy and best practices.
Located in Innovation Station, Maker Workshops are drop-in programs open to children ages 6-11. The Innovation Workshop can accommodate 16 students. These programs are aligned to Maker-Centered Learning pedagogy and best practices.
So you learned how to change a diaper … now what?
As your mini’s personality presents itself — be it quiet or bold — having the proper tools can empower any caregiver with best practices on how to help guide children through their development.
This Summer, The DoSeum invites all caregivers to join a new, three-part series with parenting coach Amy Sugarman, a native San Antonian and mother of three. Caregivers are welcome to participate in either the entire series or individual classes. Admission will include materials, dinner for caregivers and children, and child care with our DoSeum education team in an adjacent classroom. Caregivers and children will also be guaranteed entry to our Free Family Nights once each session is complete!
With 13 years of experience teaching San Antonio adults, certified parenting coach Amy Sugarman will lead caregivers through learning the composition of a child’s disposition, mastering tools for daily interaction, and navigating emotions on the playground and beyond. Amy’s unique series will empower caregivers and children alike. Amy has previously focused on Early Years, Love and Logic, Positive Discipline, The Nurturing Program, Positive Parenting Solutions and more.
$55 per person (includes up to 2 children); $10 per child for the third and fourth child.
SAVE $15 by registering for all three classes ($150)
Temperament and Brain Development
June 18, 5:00-6:30 p.m
Discover nine characteristics that make up a child's unique temperament and explore the link between a child’s brain development and behavior.
July 16, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Learning to express strong emotions has a positive impact on the success of a child’s future relationships. Explore ways to help children recognize their own feelings and direct them towards positive outcomes.
Ages and Stages
August 20, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Dive into key concepts of child development. Caregivers will leave empowered with understanding to promote smoother daily interactions with children.
Amy Sugarman is a native San Antonian and mother of three. She taught a parenting class at the Barshop Jewish Community Center for 13 years sponsored by the Kronkosky Foundation. Amy's focus is to provide parenting knowledge and experience from the Early Years, Love and Logic, Positive Discipline, The Nurturing Program, Positive Parenting Solutions, and her own personal experiences succeeding and otherwise. Amy continues to offer parenting workshops throughout the year to various community organizations.
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