Tag: early childhood development

First Things First’s Top 10 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for Kindergarten

| July 20, 2015
First Things First’s Top 10 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for Kindergarten

Summertime is a great opportunity to help kids prepare for their first day of kindergarten. Find out the top 10 things you can do to support your child.

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First Things First’s Top 10 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for Kindergarten

| July 2, 2015
First Things First’s Top 10 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for Kindergarten

Summertime is a great opportunity to help kids prepare for their first day of kindergarten. Find out the top 10 things you can do to support your child.

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Why Early Childhood Matters to Mayors

| June 23, 2015
Why Early Childhood Matters to Mayors

“Early childhood development is a critical component of the long-term academic and social success of children, adolescents, and young-adults. By ensuring that quality community resources are available to children and their families, we prepare them with the tools necessary to succeed. The City of Goodyear is proud of our status as a Read On Community […]

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Upcoming Early Childhood Workshops

| February 26, 2015
Upcoming Early Childhood Workshops

Association for Supportive Child Care (ASCC) has  a few upcoming early childhood workshops: Incredible Infants 2/28 from 9 am – 11 am click HERE for the flyer Terrific Toddlers 2/28 from 11:15 am – 1:15 pm click HERE for the flyer Critical Links to Language Development 3/7 from 9am – 11am click HERE for the flyer *Note changes […]

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Early Childhood Development: Three Things Experts Agree on about Outcomes, Quality, and Costs

| February 9, 2015
Early Childhood Development: Three Things Experts Agree on about Outcomes, Quality, and Costs

February 02, 2015 • Brookings Institute The science of child development tells us that, for early childhood interventions, what matters is “process quality.” Process quality is not concerned with the quality of the facilities where children are given care, or the types of university degrees that their caregivers have. Rather, process quality focuses on how […]

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Smart Smiles Event

| January 27, 2015
Smart Smiles Event

Come check out the Smart Smiles Event at North Country HealthCare on Tuesday February 3, 2015. FREE dental screenings and fluoride varnish applications to any child birth – age 5 and pregnant women. For more information CLICK HERE.

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“The Raising of America” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

| January 21, 2015
“The Raising of America” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Arizona AEYC and Valley of the Sun AEYC are co-sponsoring the free public engagement event, “The Raising of America” film screening and panel discussion on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 at the MCC Theatre in SW Mesa, AZ. Admission is free of charge, but you must register by January 24th and print your ticket for entrance into the […]

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Raising Special Kids Upcoming Early Intervention Conference – November 15th

| November 8, 2014
Raising Special Kids Upcoming Early Intervention Conference – November 15th

Raising Special Kids presents: Early Intervention Conference Saturday, November 15, 2014 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Arizona Department of Educaiton/ Exeptional Student Services 3100 N. West St, Suite 300, Flagstaff, 86004 8:30am – Registration 9-11am – AzEIP to Preschool Transition 11am – 1pm – Organizing Your Records 1:30-3:30pm – Parent & Professional Collaboration Classes at […]

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Read-On Flagstaff Presents Story Time

| October 10, 2014
Read-On Flagstaff Presents Story Time

The Sunnyside Neighborhood Association of Flagstaff, Inc. & Read-On Flagstaff Presents Story Time October 18th at the Flagstaff Family Food Center from 11am to 1pm (1903 N. 2nd St.) November 15th at United Way of Northern Arizona from 11am to 1pm (1515 E. Cedar Ave., Suite D-1) December 13th at the Flagstaff Recreation Center form 11am to […]

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BookPALS– Volunteer Read Aloud Literacy Program is coming to Flagstaff

| October 8, 2014
BookPALS– Volunteer Read Aloud Literacy Program is coming to Flagstaff

BookPALS– Volunteer Read Aloud Literacy Program is coming to Flagstaff BookPALS, Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools is an all volunteer literacy program sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation,  placing actors, theater students, and trained community volunteers into underserved elementary schools   (pre K-6th grade) to read aloud to classrooms of students on a weekly basis- […]

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