Parent-Child Mother Goose
Harnessing the power of singing, rhyming, and telling stories.
As parents and family support professionals, we all want to connect with young children to support their social, cognitive and emotional development.
And it doesn’t have to be difficult.
It can all start by focusing your attention on your infant or toddler though the simple interactive power of story and song.
As a national program, Parent-Child Mother Goose has been helping families and professionals across the country enhance the parent-child relationship for more than 20 years. And here, in British Columbia, the BC Council for Families is proud to continue that tradition of excellence. The BC Council for Families is the Provincial Coordinator of the PCMG program in British Columbia and coordinator Lynne Reside is responsible for supporting community programming and inquiries.
Read on to learn more about how the ten-week Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® can:
- Build interactive communication between you and your young child
- Develop skills and confidence for yourself and your child
- Get to know other families in your community
For more information visit the Parent-Child Mother Goose website.