Trusting your parenting instincts (aka “mom gut”) will get you through a lot of tricky situations, but let’s face it: we could all use a little help from the experts. Put down that parenting manual and grab your laptop (or your phone) and enroll now in a Bright Horizons Family Matters Webinar Series. This series, from the accredited, preschool parents across the country know and love—offers tips and tricks on parenting topics throughout the year. And they’ve got one coming up on May 29! Read on to find out what it’s all about and how to enroll.

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Who, What, When

On Tuesday, May 29, at 8 p.m. EST, join in the Bright Horizons webinar, Tapping Into Your Child’s Temperament. In this one-hour seminar, you’ll get the scoop on how you can nurture and encourage the very best of your child’s nature. You will learn: how to define the nine key components of temperament; cover three broad temperament groupings (flexible, fearful, feisty); discuss when and how temperament develops and the role of nature and nurture; strategies and encouragement. It’s easy to join, just click here to register and you will be sent instructions on how to tune-in to the webinar. 

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About the Bright Horizons Family Matters Webinar Series

Bright Horizons is more than just a provider in early education and daycare. They offer tools and resources to support working families of young children (such as parenting blogs, webinars and podcasts; at home learning ideas/activities). They want you to succeed! Bright Horizons offers parenting webinars throughout the year. They partner with early education experts to offer guides, tips and resources to help you and your family navigate the many stages of childhood development and beyond. Because these education sessions are held virtually, complete with a chance to ask questions, they’re a convenient way to make parents feel plugged into a parenting community.

Register now for May 29, 8 p.m EST webinar on Tapping Into Your Child’s Temperament. You won’t regret it! 

—Amber Guetebier