Brown Bag Presentations

Brown Bag Series Presentation Topics

Join these informational sessions enriched with appropriate early childhood development and education for children birth to age five. Learn how you as a parent and/or employee can support the development of your child. Each presentation lasts approximately 45 minutes, followed by topic discussion. Feel free bring your lunch, breakfast, or something to snack on, and join us for fun learning and valuable information.

There is NO charge for the sessions. Contact Us for more information and to schedule a presentation.

For information or to schedule a presentation, contact Cindy Bernal at

These presentation’s are the property of EPIC Pueblo and are presented by EPIC Pueblo staff and/or board members.

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EPIC Pueblo brown bag presentations

Parents: A Child's First and Most Important Teacher

The Importance of Brain Development

Pueblo Reads:Importance of Early Literacy

Birth thru Three Years of Age

Bright From the Start: Kindergarten Readiness

Before Preschool

How Does High Quality Early Childhood Education and Programming Affect Employee Job Performance?

Transition to Kindergarten

What it is and Why it is Important?

What is Sensory Development?

Skills/Milestones Expected at Various Ages

A World of Difference, You are Special, So am I:

Raising Children in a Diverse World--->Culture Is the Foundation

The Importance of Literacy

In Any Environment, Inside or Out

EPIC Pueblo: Who We Are; What We Do and Why We Do It

What to Include and What to Exclude to Dodge the Minefields Lurking Within

Who Is Driving Anyway:

A Community Full of Our Inter-Child

The Joys & Challenges of Selecting the Early Childhood Program for Your Child

The Gift of Stories

The Joys & Benefits for Infants, Toddlers & Preschoolers

Guiding Behavior; Handle With Care

Dealing with Infants, the Terrific Two’s & Beyond

15 Minute Campaign, (Kids Can Be Witches Too)

How Do We Build Self Esteem in Young Children?