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Active Play: Anytime Obstacle Course

Obstacle courses are a fun way to get kids moving, exploring, and experimenting with the limits of their own bodies. So many skills can be wrapped into one activity and one obstacle course can be adapted for a myriad of ages and abilities.

Reluctant Readers

There comes a time for many children when reading becomes a chore. This reluctance can continue into older ages, but it is never too late to turn things around.

Early Literacy Kits

Our Early Literacy Kits are designed to help parents, guardians, and childcare providers support their children’s early literacy through meaningful interactions.

Early Literacy: Talk

Talking to, and with, your child is one of the main ways to help them develop their language skills.

Early Literacy: Sing

Singing is one of the best ways for children to learn language.

Early Literacy: Read

Reading to your child is one of the easiest ways to teach them early literacy skills.

Early Literacy: Play

Play is one of the best ways to support your child in developing their early literacy skills.

Early Literacy: 101

There are six early literacy skills that children need to develop before they can learn to read and write.

Literacy at Home: Free Play Resources

We all know that play is a valuable part of childhood. But did you know that play is actually a critical part of a child’s learning, development, and well-being? It’s true!

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