Are you a mom of a Tween? You know, not quite a teen but also not a kid anymore. This in-between stage can be difficult for kids as the experience a host of issues with school and conflicts with friends. To learn more about this and share your own stories, The Motherhood is hosting an exciting online session featuring Rosalind Wiseman, writer of Queen Bees and Wannabes - the inspiration for the movie Mean Girls, who will share tips and advice for parenting this demographic.
The Tween Academy
Wednesday, Sept. 28 at noon ET - Tweens and Personal Hygiene - This session will be an exchange of ideas to help tweens adjust to physical changes and challenges of puberty.
Tuesday, Oct. 4 at noon ET -Tweens and Communication - This session will be a discussion on how to talk to your tween as well as how to help them deal with conflicts at school, problems with friends and other communication issues.
Tuesday, Oct. 11 at noon ET - Tweens and Building Self-Esteem - This session will discuss how to help our tweens establish a sense of belonging and confidence.
The Tween Academy is sponsored by Unilever and Don't Fret the Sweat. Every week, one participant will win a Vera Bradley tote bag filled with a momAgenda desktop planner, a momAgenda chores pad and Post-It notes, a sample of Dove, Degree Girl and Degree Men deodorants, and Rosalind Wiseman's books Queen Bees and Wannabes and Boys, Girls & Other Hazardous Materials.
Momtrends was not paid for this post.