Early Learning News
Early Learning News is a GRECS quarterly publication. In each issue, you will find a complete listing of training classes and courses being offered, as well as a pull-out calendar section that offers a glance at the events taking place each month. This section is convenient for posting on your bulletin board and making copies.
You will also find informative articles and copyright-free printables to share with families. The Pass Along to Parents resources are available on a variety of early childhood topics. Early Learning News is mailed out quarterly and is also available for free download here on our website. You can also come by our offices and pick up a copy – we’d love to see you!
Pass Along to Parents is a copyright-free, reproducible flyer for early childhood educators to share with families. The published topics are different each quarter, covering a range of issues that are of interest to families of young children. This comprehensive list continues to grow and change, so check back often!
- 10 NAEYC Program Standards of Quality
- 20 Reasons Why Your Child Needs You to Be an Active Father
- Back to School Prep for School-Age Children
- Best Practices for Physical Activity
- Building Literacy Every Day
- Can I Spoil My Baby?
- Creating a Successful Multicultural Environment
- Everyday Ways to Support Early Learning
- Getting Ready for School Begins at Birth
- Helping Kids Adjust to School
- How I Learn – Milestones of Typical Development
- Let Children Be Children
- Let’s Read About It! Children’s Books About Transitioning to Kindergarten
- Milestones of Early Literacy Development
- Nurturing Parent Partnerships
- Preschool Builds School Readiness
- Promoting Resilience In Infants and Toddlers
- Promoting Social and Emotional Development
- Starting Kindergarten
- Raising a Caring and Compassionate Child
- Sun Safety Tips
- Teaching Young Children to Resist Bias
- Why Children Need to Go Outside
- Why Going Outside Makes Children Smarter
Here are past and present issues of Early Learning News.