Children learn through play every single day. Watch these videos to find out what — and how — children learn as they play.
Explore elements of home-based curricula, the supporting role of ongoing assessment, and the ways both influence how home visitors can plan virtual and in-person home visits and socialization activities.
In this 15-minute In-service Suite, learn how education staff can implement a curriculum responsive to individual children's interests.
This 15-minute In-service Suite describes how education staff can implement a curriculum that is responsive to children's development and learning.
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.
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.
Learn about emergent writing and the writing process. Discover ways to support children's emergent writing skills.
This suite highlights the key components of make-believe play. It describes what play looks like for children ages birth to 5 and provides practical ways to support make-believe play for all children.
This resource provides guiding questions for exploring how a curriculum fosters children's thinking skills and a deeper understanding of concepts.