Sending your little one to Pre-K? You were born ready for this.
Starting Pre-K is a big deal, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. We know that parents and caregivers can face information overload, but you can relax knowing you have the #1 early childhood education department in the country—and the Born Ready community—in your corner.
Our video series and other resources are designed to help inform and empower you on your child’s Pre-K journey.
This unique time of global social distancing can be an opportunity for closeness at home. Perfect for bathtime, bedtime or anytime — in the comfort of your own home!
Preschoolers have unique nutritional and fitness needs as their bodies grow and they learn how to express themselves through movement. Find articles with tips on feeding preschool-age children, sample menus and movement goals.
Find support for children—and the whole family—in navigating the challenges of mental health and learning disorders.
The mission of the NHSA is to “coalesce, inspire, and support the Head Start field as a leader in early childhood development and education.” During the current pandemic, Head Start’s priorities are focused on ensuring children, families and early childhood workers receive the necessary support services.
Children have tough questions about the pandemic. Learn how to talk about COVID-19 with your young children, plus ways to practice healthy habits all year round.
Children are looking to adults for guidance on how to handle all the changes they’re facing because of COVID-19. The NASP offers strategies for helping children cope with these day-to-day adjustments.
Find ideas and encouragement for nurturing healthy, positive parent-child relationships.
Every parent has questions about their child’s development. The Inspired Treehouse Presents easy-to-implement activities for promoting the development of various skill types in children.
This resource houses information broken down by topic on everything from family relationships to peer treatment to culture to parenting skills.
Ever wish there was a hotline to call for all of your parenting needs? There is! The Parenting Assistance Line is here to provide information and support to help you be a more confident parent.
If you’re looking for science-backed parenting advice, look for further. Check out tips and articles on everything from behavior to brain development.
Every child is different! Get info on what makes your child unique and the different components of childhood development.
Find useful Family Guides for helping your children succeed in key learning areas.
The NAEYC houses research-based resources, ideas and tips for families on child development and learning topics.
Find plenty of hands-on activities to do with your children—all with the goal of promoting learning in fun ways.
The Alabama Partnership for Children works with families and organizations to ensure that all Alabama children (ages birth to five) get everything they need to develop to their fullest potential.
School readiness involves more than just children. A family that is ready for their child to start school supports their child’s learning by preparing for kindergarten, reads daily with their child, and maintains a positive home-to-school connection.