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  How your child plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves offer important clues about your child’s development. Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. This link will explain child development from observable behaviors from 3 months to 5 years. 

  Abilities are additional skills your child should be developing. These are important skills that look at your child’s overall behavior to gauge their progress.kids

  Be Sure to adjust for prematurity.  Missing one or two abilities should not cause alarm, as every child develops differently.  However, if they are missing multiple abilities, be sure to talk with your healthcare provider.

 

  There are also games for you to nurture your child’s development throughout their early years.  Working with your child through their early development increases the rate of their success throughout life.

 

https://pathways.org/all-ages/

 

                                            

 Sharing your child’s particular needs before they are to enter the school setting will help with programming and support services.  

 
 

Early Learning Resources for Parents of Children from 0 – 5 years

 

The link below explains communicating with your child about Covid19

https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/3210-tips-for-families-coronavirusImage result for early learning images first nations

 

The link below accompanies the document Getting Started with Mindfulness Toolkit

https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/2896-getting-started-with-mindfulness-a-toolkit-for-early-childhood-organizations

 

The link below is for Learning at Home During Trying Times – there’s lots of information on this site for working with children at home

https://illinoisearlylearning.org/reslists/trying-times/

 

 

Play. Learn. Grow. Together!

Learning can be easy and fun. You don't need any special skills, tools or devices. Learn how you can help your child learn and grow!

 

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Let's Start Learning

One of the best things we can do to help ensure the future success of our children is to invest time and energy into helping them learn during their youngest years. Where do we begin to help them learn, thrive and succeed?