Early childhood experiences can have a lifelong impact on health.
The Play Toolkit has ideas for play in daily life for parents of young children.
Learn about the benefits of mud play and get ideas for fun activities.
Knowing words to express emotions is important for mental health.
Find suggestions for fun screen-free activities for children and their families.
Get help finding interesting Canadian children’s books for all ages to enjoy.
Talking is Teaching themed resources help parents support children’s development through simple daily actions.
Reading SOS videos answer questions families have about supporting their children’s reading.
Loose parts play is unstructured play that invites children to be imaginative and creative.
Here are some fun ways for children to practice math skills.