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Developing language and literacy skills begins at birth through everyday loving interactions, such as sharing books, telling stories, singing songs and talking to one another.
Learn how adults—parents, grandparents, and teachers—play a very important role in preparing young children for future school success and helping them become self-confident and motivated learners.
Making the most of early learning moments can be the difference between a fragile beginning and a strong start at school. Discover more about how to support early learning in babies and toddlers.
Children are more than busy when they’re playing. When your children play with you, they are also learning that they are loved and important and that they are fun to be around. Learn more about how these social-emotional skills give babies the self-esteem and self-confidence they need to continue building loving and supportive relationships all their lives.
Learn more about the range of early intervention services available to children and their families, the important role that parents play in intervention activities and how to access these services in your community.
Illiteracy = Poverty
Studies also show that school failures and social and employment problems are much higher among children who struggled with reading in the early years.
For this reason, we primarily target children from low socio-economic backgrounds with limited exposure to reading activities and higher levels of illiteracy.
We seek to break the cycle of generational illiteracy.