Children are Born Learning
What if every child had five years of education before kindergarten?
The reality is that children are learning constantly, right from birth. What they learn during those critical first five years depends on the experiences they have each and every day.
It's difficult for parents and caregivers to keep track of what a child should be able to do and at what age to know they're on track.
It's difficult for parents and caregivers to know exactly what to do to prepare their child for school.
It doesn't have to be difficult.
Through the national Born Learning initiative you can download FREE materials that highlight the stages of your child's development between birth and age 6, articles about health and nutrition, and special interest resources.
- Look in the Ages & Stages section to find the “Your Child @ Series”, a collection of tip sheets that highlight what’s happening at every stage of your child’s development
- Check out the About Early Learning section to learn what you can do to promote learning through proper health care, nutrition and sleep
- There’s also a special section just for dads and grandparents as well as tips for choosing a child care provider
In addition to providing a guide to key developmental milestones, these materials include suggestions for fun and easy everyday activities you and your child can do together. Using these tips and activities you will help your child develop the skills needed for success in school and in life.
Click here to download your free copy of these materials at www.bornlearning.org.