Learning starts at birth and constantly happens outside the classroom. Whether you’re a parent, mentor, sibling, caretaker, friend, or community member, you can have a direct and positive impact on a child’s learning and brain development. Positive associations, feeling cared-for, and engagement help children both at school and in their everyday lives.
Enjoy these free themed spotify music playlists for ages 0-5!
Track your child’s developmental milestones with this colorful chart from Talking is Teaching.
Play free online games and activities that build math and reading skills for ages 3 – 8 by PBS Kids!
Use this list of literacy apps to practice print awareness, phonics, spelling, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing. Also included apps for children with dyslexia, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder.
Watch this PBS special, Empowering Parents, hosted by Al Roker, as he visits schools across the country to see how families identify early signs of reading problems and find ideas for getting their kids the help and support they need.
Learn about upcoming community events, opportunities for participation, fun articles, reading tips, and more!