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The Early Years Professional Development portal gives Child Care Resource and Referral programs an online platform to promote learning opportunities for Early Childhood Educators and Families throughout B.C.


May 06 2023


Includes a 30 minute break.
9:30 am - 2:00 pm




In Person

Beginner Magic Tricks

Learning Magic Skills enhances your drama, storytelling and circle time activities. No experience required. A participatory workshop with step-by-step instruction of foundational magic techniques and direction as to how to incorporate magic into your existing repertoire. A myriad of skills are honed in the domain of magic play: Children develop critical thinking skills by observing magic tricks and extend their language vocabulary and dramatic skills while performing magic tricks under your guidance – without you giving the trick away!


Kathleen Tonnesen is a Canadian painter, sculptor, author, poet, and inventor, who has carved a professional career as a working artist since 1990. She is respected internationally as an artist dedicated to the enhancement of public spaces with meaningful and thought provoking art. She holds a Bachelor of Arts, Psychology degree from Thompson Rivers University, B.C., and has a background in Early Childhood Education Special Needs, psychology, and acting. Kathleen strives to connect families and communities through the language of art and martial arts. Her passion is working with children, and unleashing the child within the adult, thereby encouraging personal growth.


Suitable for all early learning professionals and parents.


Pro D certificate: Yes, 4 hours.

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  • Capacity: Spaces Available

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