GREAT START, GREAT FUTURE SERIES
Links to the current series:
Meeting #1: To be uploaded
Meeting #2: Reading in the Pumpkin Patch
The Newark Trust for Education creates safe and supportive learning environments that support learning. Partnering with Natasha Dyer at the Greater Newark Conservancy and children's book author Berlando Drake, the Trust hosted Newark families for our AUTUMN STORYTIME.
CDC ACT EARLY MILESTONE CHECKLIST
Help your child thrive and grow. Download the CDC's free Milestone Tracker app. One million downloads and counting.
From birth to 5 years, your child should reach milestones in how he plays, learns, speaks, acts and moves. Track your child’s development and act early if you have a concern.
EARLY DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENINGS
Curious about your child’s development?
Experts from Children’s Specialized Hospital are providing quick and free virtual developmental screenings for children ages 1 to 5 years old via video or phone.
Each screening will take approximately 30 minutes and will include an interactive questionnaire and conversation between parent(s), child and Children's Specialized Hospital staff.
Families will also receive valuable resources about early childhood development.
A campaign to provide resources and information to parents and caregivers of children ages 0-3 in Newark so every child gets a great start.
LINKS TO NATIONAL EARLY CHILDHOOD ORGANIZATIONS
Courtesy of the North Carolina Early Education Coalition
- 1000 Days
- Alliance for Early Success
- America for Early Ed
- Bipartisan Policy Center
- BUILD Initiative
- Center for the Study of Child Care Employment
- Center on the Developing Child
- Child Care Aware of America
- Child Trends
- Children’s Defense Fund
- Council for a Strong America
- First Five Years Fund
- Food Research and Action Center
- Georgetown Center for Children and Families
- National Association for the Education of Young Children
- National Black Child Development Institute
- National Partnership for Women and Families
- National Women’s Law Center
- The Heckman Foundation
- ZERO TO THREE