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A news page for teachers, parents, administrators and funders sharing latest information and best practice in early childhood education.
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Issue Paper: Early Childhood Development

Issue Paper: Early Childhood Development | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
Children’s earliest experiences literally determine how their brains are wired. With quality early childhood education, our children will be school ready; they’ll have higher graduation rates and t...
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Is Your Child Ready For Kindergarten? Maybe Not ...

Is Your Child Ready For Kindergarten? Maybe Not ... | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it

Numbers paint a bleak picture about the readiness of 5 year olds to attend kindergarten. Some school districts are launching prevention programs to help districts get their kids ready to learn.

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Early childhood development critical - Pacific Daily News

Early childhood development critical - Pacific Daily News | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
Early childhood development criticalPacific Daily NewsPioneers of "early childhood education" say the most critical years in the educational and social development of a child are birth to the third grade.
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Five Important Tips for Building Reading Skills in Pre-Kindergarten Age Students this Summer

Los Altos Hills, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2012 Before kindergarten starts next fall, experts say parents should be actively preparing this summer for their child’s transition into school.

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Curriculum and Materials | The National READY! for Kindergarten Official Website

Curriculum and Materials | The National READY! for Kindergarten Official Website | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
The READY! for Kindergarten curriculum is research based and uses developmental milestones to break down literacy, math and social and emotional child development skills by age so parents can guide their children in early learning skills.
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The Importance of Early Learning

The Importance of Early Learning | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
Check out these early learning targets for a 1 to 2-year-old child.
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Ready! for Kindergarten helps kids learn and grow

Ready! for Kindergarten helps kids learn and grow | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it

Filling a child's new backpack with a box of crayons and school supplies is part of the bittersweet ritual of preparing a kindergartener for the first day of school. What parents may not realize is that children have been getting ready for school since birth.

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EHS Tip Sheet No. 48: Why Does Time Outside Matter for Very Young Children? - Head Start

EHS Tip Sheet No. 48: Why Does Time Outside Matter for Very Young Children? - Head Start | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
Being outside offers sensory experiences for infants & toddlers that can stimulate development in all areas: http://t.co/BErOEwoT...
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Louisiana to set a single standard for pre-K and early childhood programs - Alexandria Town Talk

Louisiana to set a single standard for pre-K and early childhood programs - Alexandria Town Talk | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
Louisiana to set a single standard for pre-K and early childhood programsAlexandria Town TalkBATON ROUGE -- Louisiana Superintendent of Education John C.
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Science of Early Childhood

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Experiences during the first few years of life – good and bad—literally shape the architecture of the developing brain.

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Developmental Milestones for Preschoolers | The READY! for Kindergarten Website

Developmental Milestones for Preschoolers | The READY! for Kindergarten Website | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
READY! for Kindergarten uses developmental milestones to break down literacy, math and social and emotional child development skills by age so parents can guide their preschoolers in preschool activities.
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Early Childhood Development Program Leads to Success in School for Students | The READY! for Kindergarten Website

Early Childhood Development Program Leads to Success in School for Students | The READY! for Kindergarten Website | Early Learning Ensures Success | Scoop.it
School districts, community foundations and local community organizations sponsor and fund READY! for Kindergarten programs all across the United States and Canada to ensure children success in school.
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Breland Green's curator insight, March 6, 2014 10:55 AM

This article talks about how there is a need for early childhood learning, since the crucial stage of the human mind is very early in life. The article also says that programs for children to use during that crucial stage are what make the child successful later in his or her life.

 

In this article, it is said that children must be surrounded by aspects of their lives socially as well as academically. This correlates to the earlier article because it brings forth the idea of a growth mindset. A child will not likely thrive later in life if he or she is not willing to meet new people and explore new ideas early in life. 

Lou Salza's curator insight, March 6, 2014 3:28 PM

The most important factor in school success is readiness for kindergarten.  This site offers rich resources to parents and teachers who want to provide developmentally appropriate interactions designed to enhance a child's communication, literacy and numeracy skills.--Lou