Early Learning

Babies are born learning. Very young children are learning through play, the active exploration of their environment, and, most importantly, through interactions with the significant adults in their lives.

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    Child Care

    Most infants and toddlers spend some part of their day with caregivers other than their parents.

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    Early Literacy

    Learning to read and write doesn’t start in kindergarten or first grade.

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    Early Math and Science

    Children use early math skills throughout their daily routines and activities. This is good news as these skills are important for being ready for school.

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    Language and Communication

    Babies communicate from day one by using gestures, sounds and expressions to share feelings and needs like hunger, sleepiness or joy.

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    Play

    There’s a lot happening during playtime. Little ones are lifting, dropping, looking, pouring, bouncing, hiding, building, knocking down, and more.

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    School Readiness

    Learning begins at birth. By the time children turn three, they have already begun laying the foundation for life-long learning and success.

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    Screen Time

    Babies today are born into a world of digital devices. Parents are trying to navigate this new reality, specifically figuring out what role these new gadgets should play in the lives of their young c…

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    Social Skills

    Social skills, including self-control and making friends, help children succeed in both school and life.