Young children can care for the earth using materials that might already be in your recycling bin.
Discover more resources to help children learn science concepts like engineering, recycling, and the properties of germs
Screen-time can help families learn and connect, and taking screen-time breaks can, too.
An article about using children’s questions as a springboard into playful learning.
Teaching About Tricky Germs
Learn all about germs while still having fun.
Help children think like engineers by looking for ramps, levers, and other simple machines all around them.
A song to get children excited about asking questions.
Everyday objects can become the best toys.
What are Engineers?
Practice engineering skills like problem solving with Murray.
Explore and observe the nuances in nature.
Observe and investigate as you search for animal tracks outdoors.
Parents, caregivers, and providers can keep the learning going! Find more topics and resources to help children build skills that lay the foundation for success in school and in life.
Art can help kids develop important self-regulation skills and bring science, math, and literacy concepts to life.
How to Stay Healthy
Simple routines like washing hands, covering up against mosquitos, and booking doctor appointments can help keep kids happy and healthy.
Learning Through Routines
Ordinary moments such as getting dressed, preparing meals, cleaning up, or bedtime offer opportunities to build math, language, and other skills that prepare kids for school.