2019 Convention Workshops
Informative workshops for parents and teens will be offered on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The grandparent workshop will start at 1:00 p.m. The majority of the workshops will be discussion groups.
Each person can attend two workshops or one 3-hour block workshop (except Teens can only attend "Teen Talk") but we are asking you to give us five choices to work with as we make the assignments.
Once you have chosen your top five choices, list them in order of preference on the workshop registration form for each person attending.
Email form to TripletConvention@gmail.com . Put "Workshops" in the Subject Line.
Assignments will be made on first-come, first-served basis.
Your workshop assignments will be in your arrival packet at the convention. Workshop registration deadline is May 31st.
3 Peas in a Pod: Fraternal or identical individual identity is important.
Multiple "Feets": (Ages newborn to 1) Life in an exhausted state. A checklist for surviving the first year.
It's Mine! Conflict Resolution: (Ages 1 & 2) Defining ways to organize and structure the day. How to begin to set and enforce reasonable limits. Teaching age-appropriate conflict resolutions.
Preschoolers 101: (Ages 3 & 4) Limit setting, being pro-active rather than reactive, a variety of ways to structure the day and play times.
1+1=3: (Ages 5 to 10) School Issues: Pros and Cons of classroom placement options. How to deal with major discrepancies in skills & abilities.
Parenting Teens: Enjoying the journey.
Kids in Sports: Parents, kids, & sports where do you draw the line? How many sports? Same team or separate teams?
Teen Talk! For Teens Only! (3 Hrs.): Structured for teenage multiples and siblings of multiples.
Spoiling is Our Game (Grandparent is Our Name): Grandparents sharing stories and pictures of your multiple grandchildren.
Super Dad!: The art of leading your family. Identifying and dealing with the pressures of a large family.
Keeping the Spark Alive!: Essentials for enhancing our marriages.
Cheaper By The Dozen: Tips on economizing, daily budgeting and long term planning.
The "Special" Child: Families of children with special needs.
Time Management: Learning to organize your day.
Family Team Building: Building stronger family bonds.