Be Your Child’s
First and Best Teacher!
Trusted Resources and Tools for Parents and Caregivers
Did you know that a child’s brain is 80% developed at 3 years and 90% at 5 years?
Find Resources by Age
Finding high quality, accessible resources can be difficult.
We’re here to help!
Select your child’s age below to view a summary of trustworthy resources that support your child’s development at every age.
Parenting doesn’t come with a handbook.
The first five years of life are critical to your child’s future. One of the most important ways you can support your child is by being their first and best teacher.
Simple activities like reading, singing, and talking with your child early and often are great places to start!
Personalized Resources for Your Child
Take the Survey
Take the Child Development Survey by answering questions based what your child is able to do at their current age.
Based on your answers, personalized results with resources will be provided. Select the resources that you feel best fit your needs.
Use Your Resources
Use these resources to help your child learn, grow, and thrive.
Child Brain Development
A baby’s brain is growing at a rate of more than 1 million neurons per second and that will mean that 90% of their brain will be developed before they enter Kindergarten!
Brain development and meeting key milestones can play a huge role in your child being ready to thrive in Kindergarten and beyond. Understanding these milestones can help identify developmental delays and their causes.
Meet The Village
With 54% of children in Gwinnett unable to access the curriculum when entering Kindergarten, a collective of community leaders, educators and parents formed to connect Gwinnett’s parents with trustworthy resources.
Our mission is to ensure that all children in Gwinnett are ready to thrive in Kindergarten.
Scroll to see more of our partners.
Take the Child Development Survey by answering questions based on what your child is able to do at their current age. Then we will provide you with a personalized list of resources that can help your child thrive in Kindergarten.