In this section, you will find a number of useful Early Years resources to help keep your child engaged with learning vital skills like Communication, movement, writing and reading.
A free music CD to provide a positive outlet for a natural action of children, (to leave their seat.) to foster the learning of body parts and ways to move them.
My Interactive Books are both fun and engaging – This book can be used to teach children the popular nursery rhyme: Baa Baa Black Sheep.
On the bottom of each page is a pacing board corresponding to each word to help children get the rhythm of each sentence. The child can use the pacing board to read along or to repeat each sentence.
This activity book will keep your little one entertained and excited as they explore handwriting, colours, counting and more using this classic nursery rhyme as a spring-board for learning.
This interactive resource is great for early language acquisition. It targets: Imitating words and actions, filling in words, choice-making and requesting more or done.
The Exclamatory Words series was written for children who are not quite ready to produce first words. This resource encourages repetition and listening skills.
This resource is full of LOW PREP resources that parents can use at home. There are simple directions for each skill. This packet is geared toward younger learners and focuses on the following: Sorting: Colours, Shapes, Feelings, Categories, Prepositions.
This is a choice board style visual schedule for morning and bedtime routines. It includes storytime, brushing teeth, putting on pajamas, getting dressed, taking a bath, eating breakfast, and using the toilet. The file is meant to be printed, laminated and backed with Velcro-style hook and loop.
These fun playdough mats will promote creativity, imagination and fine motor skills. Use these playdough mats as a sensorial activity to promote the sense of touch. For hours of fun, download these free playdough mats for your little learner.
This is a one-page poster containing pictures of single syllable words that begin with /b/. This is useful for probing spontaneous use of /b/ in young children who are capable of naming pictures.
Give your child a fishbowl mat – Here is a quick and fun following directions activity. Shuffle all cards read a direction card. If your child completes the direction correctly they may keep the card. If not, have them place it into the middle of the table.
First-Then boards work nicely for helping children to transition from one activity to the next. Put a small piece of Velcro in the middle of both boards and the back of the board. Store the commonly used pics on the back of the board.
This download is aimed at supporting parents/teachers with play that promotes learning.
A full listing of Android and ISO apps that parents/teachers can download to help with education.
Online Educational Handouts
A list of online educational sites that allow parents/teachers to download and print learning handouts for children.
Listening, Vocab and Sequencing Resources
A useful resources for finding books, songs and videos that can help with communication.