Have you ever wondered if you are on the right path when parenting your children?
Reading with children supports their development, especially when using a technique called dialogic (or interactive) reading.
The state of Iowa has specific laws and regulations related to food that is prepared at home and sold directly to consumers.
Take control of your finances, even when money is short. Worry less when you learn to prioritize bills, protect your credit, and manage debt.
Intended audience: Adults, especially those recently unemployed or with reduced household income
Designed with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in mind, specifically those interested in improving their wellbeing and quality of life.
Caregiving for a family member or friend can be stressful—physically, emotionally, and financially. Join us to learn about taking care of yourself with self-care strategies and techniques to reduce stress.
Make informed decisions about financial management and build greater confidence to make small changes that can make a difference.
Intended audience: educators and other school personnel
Format: 15-hour course
Learn strategies to save money on food expenses and incorporate new ideas into menu planning and food shopping while exploring the Spend Smart. Eat Smart. website.
Intended audience: Adults
As kids grow through different ages, parents also go through stages! Learn about those stages, development, and tips for adapting your parenting to your child's age and abilities.
Intended audience: Adult caregivers of children ages 0-18 years
Every child is unique, and individual temperament is one of the biggest reasons why! This workshop will introduce the individual temperament traits and explore how your child’s temperament can impact their feelings and behaviors.
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach partners with The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to offer free tax preparation and electronic filing for low- to moderate-income Iowans.