How is active play connected to children’s literacy?
Active play outdoors – and its risks – are important for healthy child development. What is risky play? What are the benefits?
Let’s Be Active! Move * Play * Learn is a great message to share with families. It’s the theme of Family Literacy Week, 2021.
STEM activities can be fun any time, but some are particularly suited to cold weather. Here are some winter STEM activities to try.
Diverse books are good for all children. They allow children to see themselves and the experiences of others.
Did you know that you can teach coding skills to young children without a computer? It can be fun!
Looking for outdoor play and learning resources? Thrive Outside is a new outdoor learning and play resource portal developed by the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada. It includes resources …
Even before they can talk, babies need to hear talk. Talking to babies has an impact on their language development. Have you ever talked to a baby in a …
The Harvard Center on the Developing Child has released A Guide to COVID-19 and Early Childhood Development. This is a collection of resources and recommendations to help parents, caregivers, childcare …