“What if I was to tell you that a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?” asks seven-year-old Molly Wright, one of the youngest-ever TED speakers. Breaking down the research-backed ways parents and caregivers can support children’s healthy brain development…
Strengthening Families Georgia provides information on protective factors to minimize stress. Find information on developing your child’s social-emotional abilities as well as your own self-care.
The University of Georgia published a series of articles on child development. You can use these articles to learn more about how to keep your child growing happily.
The Georgia Department of Education has gathered websites with research and resources for early childhood. Use this site to explore information on early learning standards, choosing childcare, and more.
Research and resources on learning and development and choosing childcare. You will find useful tips and ideas for your child’s development in math, reading, writing and more.
Brain Matters explores the critical early years of life through interviews with scientists, families, and educators around the world. Watch for free on Youtube and learn about the importance of the first few years.
Wired for Life is a short documentary on the importance of quality early care and education. Watch on PBS to learn more about how quality care impacts children and their families.
Born to Learn details the fascinating science behind brain development and early learning. Watch the film on Youtube to learn more about how the brain develops in the first few years and how neuroscience is changing how we view early learning.