A sample daily schedule for children 12-18 months of age for families to modify for their use at home.
A sample daily schedule for children under 12 months of age for families to modify for their use at home.
Find out why young children exhibit behaviors that may challenge us. Learn about strategies to try when you are feeling challenged by a child’s behavior.
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.
From an early age, the arts can help children communicate and connect. Discover how arts experiences support young children's development across the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework domains.
Review this tip sheet to learn why age 1 dental visits are key to a child's healthy development. Find ways to explain to parents what happens during the dental visit.
Use this tip sheet to understand the purpose, timing, and goals of the required newborn visit. Early Head Start staff will also find strategies for making the most of the visit.
Use these posters to support families with toddlers. Share these tips for how parents can to help them support toddlers' social and emotional development.