Continuity of Care

Center-based programs can use these resources to support decisions about implementing continuity of care and choosing the best type for their program.

Education Staff Heroes

Head Start Teachers are super heroes! This video showcases everyday super powers Head Start teachers use in their learning environments, like sight, speed, and strength.

Resources for Infant/Toddler Learning Environments

Infants and toddlers learn best in environments with caring and responsive adults, where they feel safe and free to explore and learn. Find ways to create an engaging environment for infants and toddlers.

Resources for Preschool Learning Environments

Preschoolers are always learning. They use materials in their environment to explore, solve problems, and learn about the world around them. Learn the key aspects of preschool learning environments.

Learning at Home

Children’s learning begins at home. Parents and family members can create nurturing, responsive, and engaging spaces for young learners.  Find out how to help families support their child’s learning at home.

Continuity of Care Tip Sheet

This tip sheet outlines how continuity of care is key to the healthy development of young children birth to 3. It also lists three types of continuity of care systems.

Learning Environments

Learning environments are nurturing spaces that support the development of all young children. They include classrooms, play spaces, areas for caregiving routines, and outdoor areas.