Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Have You Thought About Attending a FUN, Engaging Workshop for Pre-K, TK, & Kindergarten Teachers?

And Get Your "P, H, D

from Palma, Heidi, & Drew!

We are giving away a FREE registration for our 

"PHD" Workshop in Northern California!

And, if you win, 
and have already registered for the P,H,D Workshop, 
you can BRING A FRIEND for FREE!!!

TO ENTER, scroll down, 
but read about the event first!

Click the image above for more information.
is excited to gather this talented team of California educators 
for an engaging day 
filled with interactive workshops 
designed for 
Pre-K, TK, & Kindergarten educators! 

Discover strategies and techniques 
that will change the way 
you approach the next school year 
and earn up to 3 graduate-level semester units

When:  Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 10 AM to  
           3:30 PM.

Where:  University Village 
            Community Center Gymnasium 
            1123 Jackson Street
            Albany, California 94706 

How:    CLICK HERE to register online.
            CLICK HERE to download a   
         registration form.

To enter our Give-Away for a FREE Registration, 
use this Rafflecopter:
(The rafflecopter will begin on May 3 
and end on May 10. 
The winner will be announced on 
KFUNdamentals' Facebook page on 
May 11.)

Remember: To enter, you must 
"Like" AND "Share 
KFUNdamentals' Facebook Post called 
"YOU Can Win A FUN & ENGAGING Professional Development Workshop!!!"
(You MUST do BOTH, "like" AND "share.")

You may also enter by commenting AND tagging a friend on KFUNdamentals' Facebook Post called:
"YOU Can Win A FUN & ENGAGING Professional Development Workshop!!!"
(You MUST do BOTH, comment AND tag a friend.)

You can find KFUNdamentals' Facebook page here:

All Attendees will receive:
*coffee/morning snacks
*a comprehensive handout from each presenter
*a boxed lunch and soft drink (menu to follow)                                             
*classroom-proven, developmentally   
 appropriate strategies and easy- to-    
 implement ideas to help motivate                   
 student engagement & make learning fun.
Our Schedule & Topics:

10:00             Registration/breakfast  

10:15-10:20 Intros & announcements

10:20 - 11:05   Keeping the FUN in ELA & Math
11:05 - 11:50 Learning the Alphabet Through  

11:50-12:35       Increasing Language & Literacy   
                      Through Sign Language

12:35 - 1:05       Lunch  (included)

1:05 - 1:50       Hands-On Science

1:50 - 2:35       Numbers & Numeracy Through Music

2:35 - 3:20       Less Stress With Mindfulness &  

3:20 - 3:30 Closing & Prizes

Did I mention there will be prizes?
From a morning snack to a boxed lunch and soft drink, you will have a fun-filled, inspiring day. (Lunch options will be provided.)
And our sessions include everything from fun, hands-on learning, to teaching through music & movement, all the way to learning with sign language and reducing stress with mindfulness & yoga! 

Meet our CA Team:  PHD!

Discover fun, engaging, research-based, and Developmentally Appropriate Practices for  Emergent Reading, Writing, Math, and Science with        Palma Lindsay. Palma taught in CA for 37 years. Most of those years were in Kindergarten. Currently, she presents “Make & Take” Professional Development for teachers internationally. 

Get up and move as you sing and learn songs that teach the alphabet, numbers, and numeracy  with 
Heidi Butkus. Heidi has taught in CA since 1985. 
She combines brain research with practical 
experience to develop engaging teaching techniques. She is currently teaching TK and  presents workshops for teachers across the country. 

Bring mindfulness, American Sign Language, &     Yoga  into your classroom with Drew Giles. Drew  has taught ECE and Kindergarten, including low-income, in the U.S. and South Korea. He co-authored a book with Dr. Jean Feldman and is currently the Director of Quality Enhancement and Professional Development for Oakland Unified School District. 

Register soon as seating is limited.
Use #CKA2018PHD
We will see you there!

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