Combine learning new words and fun activities with these digital cards.
Explore the many ways that children learn language from zero to three.
In this webinar, Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek shares her six Languagizing Principles that can use to languagize any interaction or environment!
Find resources, activities, and videos to help expand a child’s vocabulary.
Building and Rebuilding Language Skills—and Community!
An article about building children’s language skills by enriching your interactions.
Terry Crews Is an Artist
Terry Crews, Count, and Abby talk about the word “artist.”
Activities like word blending can help kids build phonemic awareness, which is the understanding that words are made up of a series of separate sounds, called phonemes.
Great Phonics Instruction
In this webinar, author and education consultant Wiley Blevins, shares his insights into best practices for teaching phonics skills to young children.
F is for Father
A video about the fun things fathers do with their kids…featuring the letter F.
Grover’s Story Circle
Help Grover and friends create a brand-new story and share it aloud.
Let’s Make Up a Story
Sharing stories can build vocabulary and critical thinking skills—and it’s a great way to bond and share family culture and traditions.
Spanish Word of the Day: Familia
Rosita explains the word “familia” with her extended-family members.
Learning the Word “Transform”
Learn the words “transform” and other science vocabulary on this Word on the Street.
Discover more resources for parents, caregivers, and providers.
Reading together opens doors to new and exciting worlds. Helping children learn to read and nurturing a love of reading helps prepare them to succeed in school…and in life!
Curiosity is the key to learning. When you encourage children to ask lots of questions, you’re helping them build their natural curiosity and think like scientists.
Learning Through Play
Did you know there is a relationship between play and learning? Children love to play and, as they do, they’re exploring the world around them, building self-confidence, and practicing important skills crucial to brain development.