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Aboriginal Infant Development

Aboriginal Educators Gov't/Policy Makers Parents & Caregivers Researchers

Aboriginal Infant Development Programs in British Columbia offer support to families of infants who are at risk for or have been diagnosed with developmental delays. Programs are voluntary, family centered, and...

Prenatal & Postpartum Programs & Services

Aboriginal Child & Family Development Educators Gov't/Policy Makers Parents & Caregivers Researchers

Looking for pre and postnatal programs & services in South Vancouver Island? 

Read the report...

Teaching Kids How To Cope With Their ‘Big Feelings’

Child & Family Development Child & Youth Mental Health Kindergarten Readiness Educators Parents & Caregivers

Teaching Kids How To Cope With Their ‘Big Feelings’ If you’ve ever watched your toddler throw themselves on the floor in a heap of hysteria, or watched your tween slam doors in your face and let out ear-piercing...

Simple Natural Playground Ideas for Your Preschool

We hope these natural playground ideas inspire you to create your own eco-friendly, organic play space for your preschoolers to actively explore nature. ...

Handheld screen time linked with speech delays in young children

Aboriginal Child & Family Development Child & Youth Mental Health Childcare Kindergarten Readiness Learning Challenge Special Needs Youth Services Educators Parents & Caregivers Researchers

New research being presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting suggests the more time children under 2 years old spend playing with smartphones, tablets and other handheld screens, the more likely they...

Screens 'not a toy:' Canadian pediatricians promote limits for kids 5 and under

Aboriginal Child & Family Development Child & Youth Mental Health Educators Parents & Caregivers

Screens 'not a toy:' Canadian pediatricians promote limits for kids 5 and unde. Full article here:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/screen-time-...

How Unrestricted Outdoor Play Heals Children

Aboriginal Child & Family Development Child & Youth Mental Health Childcare Learning Challenge Educators Parents & Caregivers

How Unrestricted Outdoor Play Heals ChildrenBy Janis Gioia, ComfortingAnxiousChildren.comLooking to enhance your child's therapies with something that can instantly...

Advice for a New Preschool Teacher

Childcare Educators

Your first teaching job is both exciting and scary. You will have some great days and some will be more challenging.  Just like children we learn from our experiences. There are so many tips for new teachers. TYC...

BC 211

Aboriginal Child & Family Development Child & Youth Mental Health Childcare ESL Kindergarten Readiness Learning Challenge Numeracy Nutrition Special Needs Youth Justice Youth Services Educators Gov't/Policy Makers Parents & Caregivers Researchers

bc211 is a Vancouver-based nonprofit organization that specializes in providing information and referral regarding community, government and social services in BC. Our help line services include 211...

Victoria Literacy Resources Booklet

Aboriginal Child & Family Development Childcare ESL Kindergarten Readiness Learning Challenge Educators Parents & Caregivers Researchers

This link is to a new Literacy Resources Booklet produced by Jan Dupuis, Literacy Outreach Coordinator and the Victoria Literacy Task Group....

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