Interventions are effective in supporting young children's brain development by enriching their language environment.
Toxic stress affects the mind and body of a child.
Programs that promote learning by beginning at birth, will change stories and futures.
Early reading helps babies learn to speak as well as bond and interact with parents
90% of brain development happens before the 5th birthday. 95% of education dollars are for kids 5+.
When you talk, read, and sing with your child—even before she can use words—you’re building her brain and helping to prepare her for success in school and in life.
Even singing songs, such as Old McDonald, and saying nursery rhymes support brain growth.
We now know that children gain significant knowledge of language, reading, and writing long before they enter school.
A video focusing on early language and literacy development.