Interested in discovering how children's brains are developing in their early years? Here are two free resources with activities and educational tools to help you support your little ones' growing minds.
Vroom is made by early childhood experts to encourage science-based learning. They offer brain-building activities for parents and caregivers of children from birth to age 5, including daily tips to make learning part of everyday routines. Vroom tips focus on positive adult-child relationships, back and forth interaction, and life skills that promote executive function. The free and fun activities will delight you and the little one in your life.
A variety of early childhood development resources from the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) at the University of Washington designed for parents and caregivers. Includes printable pages with activities and tips as well as longer learning modules early learning and brain development. I-LABS brings an interdisciplinary approach to childhood development research and shares new discoveries alongside practical information.