EveryDay Learners

Recognizing the power of everyday learning moments

"The most important people in a child's life are that child's parents and teachers. That means parents and teachers are the most important people in the world." 
~ Fred Rogers

You can make a difference in your child's development!

We can help you do that.

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We all know that education and learning to read in school is important. But learning and literacy skills begin long before that--even in infancy.  The ability to learn is established in early childhood first through relationships with parents and caregivers. This ability is expanded through everyday opportunities provided by parents and caregivers to develop learning skills

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Relationships

A child's learning is enhanced in a loving, safe, and predictable environment, and they are able to develop a sense of security and self-control. Responsiveness from and connection with a parent or caregiver are essential for a child to learn.

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Skills

A child develops skills in early learning as parents and caregivers talk about numbers, shapes, patterns and comparisons during everyday activities and help them recognize opportunities to learn in all aspects of their lives.

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Exploration

A child develops confident thinking and discovery, parents and caregivers can encourage curiosity by making learning and exploring a part of play.

Most parents know they can help their child's developlment, but they don't know where to find the resources

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