More Raising your Game spot placements for July

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Here are a few more listing times for our first few vignettes airing on WBPT2 Channel 2:       WPBT2: “Sportsmanship” spot –   Channel:  WPBT2 DAY/DATE:                        PROGRAMMING BREAK: Monday, 7/13             6:00am before “Caillou” Friday, 7/17                2:00pm before “Sesame Street” Friday, 7/24                8:00pm before “Washington Week with Gwen Ifill” Wednesday, 7/29        6:00am before “Caillou” “Inclusion” spot – Channel:  WPBT2 DAY/DATE:                        PROGRAMMING BREAK: Tuesday, 7/14             6:00am before “Caillou” Friday, 7/17                7:00pm before “Nightly Business Report” Monday, 7/20             2:00pm before “Sesame Street” Saturday, 7/25            6:00am before “Barney & Friends” Wednesday, 7/29        7:00pm before “Nightly Business Report” “Criticism” spot – Channel:  WPBT2 DAY/DATE:                        PROGRAMMING BREAK: Wednesday, 7/15        7:00pm before “Nightly Business Report” Saturday, 7/18            6:00am before “Barney & Friends” Tuesday, 7/21             6:00am before “Caillou” Saturday, 7/25            6:00pm before “Father Brown” Thursday, 7/30            2:00m before “Sesame Street” “Failure” spot – Channel:  WPBT2 DAY/DATE:                        PROGRAMMING BREAK: […]

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Raising Your Game Authors Featured in the Sun Sentinel

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On April 5th, Ethan and I had the privilege of speaking to parents and guests at the Delray Beach Public Library. We were there to highlight all the benefits gained by keeping children active playing sports as well as sharing the growing concerns when unrealistic expectations and pressures are placed on children prematurely. Here is an article about our appearance in the Sun Sentinel: Click Here.   Ethan J Skolnick Andrea Corn

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Come See Andrea And Ethan At A Lighthouse Point Event

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Dr Andrea Corn and Ethan Skolnik will be making an appearance in April at the Lighthouse Point public library a part of their free programs for the community. At 10:00 am on Saturday April 18th at Fletcher hall.  Admission is free, so bring your family because Dr Corn and Ethan will be discussing their book “Raising the Game”. Registration has already started for this free live event, you can register by going to the lighthouse point library or by visiting the lighthousepointlibarary.com website.  You will need a Lighthouse Point Library card number to register. Hope to see you out there on April 18th!   Ethan J Skolnick Andrea Corn

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Come See Andrea and Ethan at a Delray Beach Library Event

Dr Andrea Corn and Ethan Skolnik will be making an appearance in April at the Lighthouse Point public library a part of their free programs for the community. At 10:00 am on Saturday April 18th at Fletcher hall.  Admission is free, so bring your family because Dr Corn and Ethan will be discussing their book “Raising the Game”. Registration has already started for this free live event, you can register by going to the lighthouse point library or by visiting the lighthousepointlibarary.com website.  You will need a Lighthouse Point Library card number to register. Hope to see you out there on April 18th!   Ethan J Skolnick Andrea Corn

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Raising your game WBPT2 Sportsmanship Vignette

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VIGNETTE 1: Sportsmanship (or lack of thereof) Your behaviors and attitudes matter and will impact your child actions. Emphasize effort, encourage competiveness, but also emulate respectfulness. WBPT2 has partnered to collaborate with Ethan J. Skolnick and Dr. Andrea Corn, the respected authors of Raising Your Game- Over 100 Accomplished Athletes Help You Guide Your Girls and Boys Through Sports, to create a dozen unique on-air parenting vignettes related to youth sports.  Each “Raising Your Game” vignette, roughly 90 seconds in length, shares time-tested and targeted advice with parents, grandparents, coaches and caregivers throughout South Florida — often using examples from the book. Their goal is to help viewers foster participation, practice and progress, while minimizing a child’s feelings of frustration and dejection. They highlight the critical difference that a supportive parent, or other invested adult, can make by showing up, showing interest, and showing restraint. The authors of that book, […]

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