Our Tūtū and Me program just completed a series of Mālama ‘Ohana workshops yesterday, that had been held in Kohala on the island of Hawai’i.
Four caregivers all of whom are stay-at-home-moms, participated in the “Keiki are Born Learners” workshop, and came away with a determined interest in creating everyday play activities that encourages brain connections and development in their keiki.
There was also opportunity to squeeze in a simple and inexpensive activity, in which caregivers were taught how to make ”baggie books”. Something they will be able to do with their keiki during the summer break!
This completes the third school-year for these series of workshops on Hawai’i-island. Kudo’s to our Tūtū and Me teams for consistently encouraging their caregivers to participate in these workshops, and to the administrative team for making these kinds of programs available at different sites on the island.
Enjoy your summer break, you’ve earned it!