After several conversations with parents who mentioned wanting access to more parent resources, I am providing several links to high quality family education websites. You will find everything from resources on supporting your child's emotional development to understanding more about early literacy. You can always ask me for resources as well and I will do my best to find what you need.
The Fred Rogers Company provides information on a wide range of topics, from school readiness to working with emotions. The articles are very readable and have helpful hints.
The Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning provides substantive information about supporting your child's emotional development. I highly recommend browsing this site.
One of my favorite resources, the Illinois Early Learning project has videos available to view models for reading aloud with your child and other great tips. If you explore the links on the left side of the website you will find great information in the "tip sheet" section.
Early childhood resources covering an array of topics from the University of Maine.
I hope you find these resources helpful, please give me your feedback.