Child Development
Everyday life is a learning experience for children. Born Learning is a public engagement campaign that helps parents, grandparents and caregivers explore ways to turn everyday moments into fun learning opportunities.
Trusted parenting information, resources and activities to help your child grow, develop and learn from birth through high school.
‘On the Go’ activities designed to be used outside the home: in the car while walking during bus rides, etc. The activities encourage early language and literacy development from birth through preschool. They are appropriate for children with disabilities as well as children who are developing typically.
Site provides a wealth of information for children birth though High school but has a great selection on early childhood. Information ranges from social emotional development to parenting and choosing preschools.
If you have concerns or questions about your child’s speech development or want to know what is developmentally appropriate check out
Good enough moms provide weekly podcasts and forums for parents to share and learn and/or ask question about parenting or child development.
ZERO TO THREE is a national organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their effort to improve the lives of infants and toddlers. The mission is to promote the health and development of infants and toddlers.
Here is a quick and easy quiz that takes lee than 5 minutes to find out is your child is ready for kindergarten. It is based on the best research available about the developmental milestones that lead to school readiness.
Stepping Stones is divided into two main parts: Child Development and Literacy and Learning. Child development contains information on developmental topics while literacy and language includes information on how early literacy develops and builds on child’s development section by establishing a connection between healthy development and literacy.
Terrific Transitions provides wonderful information on school readiness and transitioning from preschool to kindergarten. Site also offers many tips and resources for parents.

Working Family Resource Center: Everyone struggles with managing the competing demands of work and family.  Whether you are the parent of a young child, caring for an aging relative, troubled by the finances of your household, or struggling with relationships, Working Family Resource Center can provide evidence-based information and practical tips to help you feel more effective in your daily life.

Browse our resources for webinars, newsletters, podcasts and more - our topics cover the lifespan and we are regularly adding new items to help you make informed decisions and find balance between work and family.

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