Are you ready? NAEYC's Week of the Young Child™
is only one month away! Join us as we celebrate our youngest learners with five fun themed days that will encourage learning through music, teamwork, art and more! Visit to learn more!
Have you registered for the 2017 Professional Learning Institute; June 11-14? Hit the share button to tell your friends and colleagues you’re headed to San Francisco! Not yet registered? Visit [ Naeyc.org Link ] for more info and to register today! #naeycINST
We’re excited to announce the 2017 Professional Learning Institute Opening Plenary Session! We’re kicking off the event with a powerful panel discussion of respected professionals in various fields of practice. We'll discover the trials, tribulations, and lessons learned while on the road to growing their professions and how we can apply this knowledge towards advancing the early childhood... View details ⇨
Get out your cookbooks and aprons and start planning your favorite healthy recipes. NAEYC’s 2017 Week of the Young Child™ celebrates Tasty Tuesday on April 25! Encourage a healthy lifestyle as you cook with children while they work on their math, science, and literacy skills! Share your tasty creations with us using #woyc17.
Early STEM experiences should include exploratory learning, allowing children to learn content through the processes of inquiry. Here are some suggestions and examples to guide teachers’ selection of classroom STEM resources and materials.
"Each child has a unique path to language development. Our role as parents is to support them in learning at their own pace during our everyday interactions by talking, singing, and reading while playing or interacting with them. Our part in language development begins at birth."
"The most powerful learning I have gleaned from my work with the project approach is that when children learn to inquire, they are learning how to learn. They are empowered to ask questions and seek answers. "
Get those vocal cords warmed up! NAEYC’s 2017 Week of the Young Child™ kicks off with Music Monday on April 24 and we can’t wait to see (and hear) what you and you have in store for us! This year, we want to see and hear children embracing their creativity and showing off their musical stylings. Write and record a brand new song, or choose a favorite and recreate it! Visit [ Naeyc.org Link ]... View details ⇨
The first step to elevating the profession is defining it. We need to hear from you! Complete this survey now to help make key decisions on: the proposed name of the profession, the proposed role and responsibility of the profession and the professional boundary. [ Svy.mk Link ]
How does a child’s interaction with media and technology strengthen relationships? This blog post from the Fred Rogers Center explores how current research has highlighted the benefits between digital media and the adult-child relationship for young learners.
Trouble with gossiping teachers, children who don't nap, or parents who bring sweets for snack? Sign up today for an interactive workshop designed for program administrators to learn how using the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct can help guide you as you navigate these rocky everyday dilemmas.
NAEYC’s 2017 Week of the Young Child™ is back April 24–28! Celebrate our youngest learners with us as we dive into five fun themed days that will encourage learning through music, teamwork, and much more! Visit [ Naeyc.org Link ] for ideas and resources to start planning your celebration! #woyc17
As more public and private money is invested in early childhood education, the early childhood profession must be be elevated to ensure that current and future resources help to deliver the best outcomes for children. Elevating the profession must include defining it, and we need your help. Take this survey today and help us make key decisions on the name, role, and responsibility of the... View details ⇨