Math is everywhere—from your home to the grocery store to the outdoors. Learn how to support children’s math learning during the activities and routines they already do every day.
Messy play is the open-ended exploration of materials and their properties. Learn ways to manage the mess as children learn foundational cognitive principles and exercise motor, language, and social skills.
Learn about three elements that bridge continuity of care in Early Head Start programs. Review strategies that build on continuity of care and support children and families through early transitions.
STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics. Explore research on the STEAM-related abilities of young children. Find out how to support infants and toddlers as they build STEAMskills.
In this video, learn about the specific learning that happens when infants and toddlers engage in messy play. Find out about effective practices staff can use to manage the mess while also managing the classroom.
In this Teacher Time episode, explore how infants and toddlers use the scientific method to figure out how the world works. Discover strategies and teaching practices that help all children explore science concepts.
Review the technology component of STEAM. STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Find out how to use simple tools to help infants and toddlers learn about cause and effect.
Explore ways to support STEAM learning for infants and toddlers. In each episode, find an overview of the STEM component and tips for using art to help children explore concepts and skills.
Practices to Support Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities or Suspected Delays Through Embedded Learning Opportunities
Explore recent research on the effectiveness of using embedded learning. Learn how this strategy can help to support all infants and toddlers, including those with disabilities or suspected delays.
Happy 25th birthday, Early Head Start (EHS)! This video celebrates EHS programs and recognizes their support of parents and America’s youngest children.