Have you heard about the California Kindergarten Association’s Annual PK1 Conference? Well, it’s an outstanding 3-day event designed by teachers for teachers specializing in early childhood education. If you teach TK, Pre-K, K, 1st Grade, or Homeschool and live in the California area, this is definitely an event you don’t want to miss. This year’s conference is scheduled to take place in Santa Clara, California (just outside of San Francisco). The festivities kick off on Friday, January 16th with a Pre-Conference Institute and lasts through Sunday, January 18th. Oodles of professional development workshops ranging from behavior management and the importance of play to integrating the Common Core Standards will be offered throughout the weekend.
But, wait!! There’s more. Some of your FAVORITE bloggers are going to be taking part in this amazing conference. Just look at this fun line-up of blogger presenters that will be at this year’s PK1 Conference . . .
Don’t go yet . . . we have even more for you. Guess what else is happening?? We are thrilled to announce that the PK1 Conference will be hosting it’s very first Blogger Fiesta. At this fun evening event, you can meet and chat with your favorite bloggers over a plate of yummy Mexican apps. Each attendee will receive dinner, a Blogger CD (filled with $60 of free products), and a raffle ticket to enter to win oodles of other fabulous prizes! To purchase your $35 Blogger Fiesta ticket, click HERE.
Are you excited yet? Let’s up the ante a bit. How about a chance to win a FREE conference registration? Well, it’s your lucky day! The generous folks at CKA have given us one FREE conference registration to give away to our followers. Enter to win via the painless Rafflecopter below. But, hurry!!! This giveaway closes Friday evening and our BIG winner will be announced on Saturday, December 13th.
To learn more about PK1 and/or to check out the conference sessions in detail, CLICK HERE! Thanks for taking the time to visit us today. We hope to see you at this year’s PK1 Conference 🙂