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Project Enlightenment plans workshops for families

Positive discipline, the spirited child and toddler issues are among the topics at the early childhood education and intervention program in Raleigh.

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Sarah Lindenfeld Hall
Project Enlightenment, Wake County school's early childhood education and intervention program, has a new slate of workshops for parents for the school year.

The workshops are scheduled from October through April and cover topics such as positive discipline, the spirited child, toddler issues and anger. The workshops are mostly designed for parents with kids up to age 6, though it depends on the topic.

Project Enlightenment also is home to a great resource center with a library of books for parents and children and a section where parents and educators can make educational activities for their kids for a small fee. It's a great place for parents with young children to check out. Check the box above for some earlier posts on Project Enlightenment.

To see the full list of the parenting workshops, the details and to register, click here.

Project Enlightenment is at 501 S. Boylan Ave. near downtown Raleigh.

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