Community partnerships bring benefits to children and families across the state. See how they work in the February edition of Early Learning Update.
Executive function skills are fundamental to building a strong foundation for the early development of both cognitive and social competencies.
One of the most common problems parents of preschoolers list is getting their preschooler to cooperate. February's Parents Pages has some tips.
Governor Rick Scott released his "Fighting for Florida's Future" budget today, which includes an increase of approximately $36.1 million for early learning.
January's Early Learning Update has news and information from and about early learning coalitions from around Florida.
Start 2017 reading with your child every day. Research shows that's one of the most important ways to help your child become a reader. Want to win the battle against whining? Most parents do. Get some tips in January's Parents' Pages.
Working with early learning coalitions, partnering agencies, child care providers, and early child care and education stakeholders, the Office of Early Learning made steady progress in 2015-2016.
Early learning coalitions earn praise for partnering, host conferences and break new ground. Learn about these activities and more in the December issue of Early Learning Update.
Learn how making little things count can add up to big results for children in VPK. Read about this and much more in the first issue of VPK Snapshots.
Remind your children why it is important to keep their hands clean and protect them from the flu virus. Encourage kids to make their own New Year's resolutions before 2017.