Early Learning Family Resources

father and daughterEarly learning experiences last a lifetime. It is key that all families have access to information, resources, high quality early care and educational settings to prepare young children for a lifetime of learning and success. Here are some resources to help support your child's growth: 


Departmental Resources

National Resources

  • Head Start Parent, Family and Community Engagement - This site provides information about Head Start, Early Head Start, Family Health and Safety, Child Development, Readiness for School, Parent Your Child, and Supporting Family Well-Being. 
  • National Wildlife Federation - This site provides wildlife and conservation-related coloring pages, games, book reviews, science activities and recipes for children and their families. Parents can sign up to receive the free monthly Backyard Buddies e-newsletter.
  • PBS Kids and PBS Parents - The Public Broadcasting system offers these two sites with information on child development and interactive learning games for children and families.
  • Reading Rockets - Reading Rockets offers strategies and tools for parents, families and teachers to help children improve their reading skills.
  • U.S. Department of Education Tips for Parents - This federal site provides a comprehensive resource for parents and families on how to help their children succeed in school.

Last Modified: 11/22/2016 2:51:30 PM