“Positive Discipline” describes a non-violent approach to teaching our children, while being respectful of the child as a learner and individual human being. Details are as follows: Date : October 6-December 1 (9 Fridays) Time : 6:00 – 8:00 pm Workshop Location : Mosaic, 397 Carlton Street Open to: All Fathers, Uncles, Grandfathers, soon to-be… Read more »
Complete list of Family Programs
This is a list of all our programs, which may or may not be currently available. For current programs only, please go to Current Family Programs. To be notified when new programs are added, sign up for our Mailing List.
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All Family Programs
The Newcomer Youth Summer Art Program is a high energy, fun-filled Arts program for Newcomer youth ages 6-11 and will include painting, drawing, various craft projects, storytelling, drama and music. Priority will be given to children whose parents are enrolled in Mosaic summer EAL classes. To register, please contact Jean at (204) 774-7311 or email; JTinling@mosaicnet.ca… Read more »
Bounce Back & Thrive! (BBT) is a 10-session evolving evidence- based resiliency skills training program for parents with children under the age of 8 years. BBT helps parents build skills that increase their capacity to role model resilience in their daily interactions with their children. *Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration. *Please bring along… Read more »
Playback Theatre is a program in which the participants tell stories from their lives and watch them enacted on the spot.
Sharing and caring across generations. (A wonderful way of sharing stories and memories together by doing fun activities together like board games, cooking, etc.) *Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration.
A great way to learn important information that a newcomer needs to know (like settlement issues, housing, health, safety, employment, etc.) specifically designed for Arabic speakers.
Mosaic is offering 1-to-1 Positive Discipline, trained peer mentors make weekly visits to the homes of newcomer parents who speak the same first language. A childcare worker will be present to engage the children while the parents learn about Positive Discipline. Each home visitor is accompanied by a childcare worker who brings a fun selection… Read more »