Le manuel Manger santé, qui est une ressource de GRANDIR CBMC pour les éducatrices et les professionnels de la petite enfance, contribuera à établir des relations entre les familles et les intervenants du secteur et aidera les jeunes enfants à adopter de saines habitudes alimentaires qui les inciteront à faire de bons choix toute leur… Keep reading
Designed for early learning practitioners, this book offers a variety of activities for children aged 3 to 5 years. The activities are designed to promote literacy, physical activity and healthy eating. Background information and reproducible handouts for parents are included. The Healthy Opportunities for Preschoolers (HOP) Early Learning Practitioners Resource is part of the LEAP… Keep reading
The Food Flair™ Early Learning Practitioners Resource was created by nutritionists and has been adapted for use by early learning practitioners and caregivers. It contains information about nutrition, healthy eating and food-related topics, along with recipes and fun activities to do with children, and ideas and information sheets to share with families. Food Flair helps… Keep reading
This booklet, written by Fiona Clare of Literacy in Kamloops and first published in 2013, provides clear, easy to read suggestions for parents to support their child’s reading. The updated 2016 edition is available to print as a booklet or as consecutive single pages.
Move was created for caregivers and families with children from birth through three years. The Move™ Family Resource provides 40 activities in a beautifully illustrated book and is part of the LEAP BC™ family of resources. Move is designed to promote physical movement patterns in infants and toddlers, while incorporating early language and literacy development… Keep reading
Hop is designed for early learning practitioners, caregivers and families as they interact with children who are 3 to 5 years old. Part of the LEAP BC™ family of resources, the Hop™ Family Resource includes activities and ideas for play that integrate physical movement, oral language, early literacy and healthy eating.