Spanish Translation - March 22, 2021
Chinese Translation - March 22, 2021
Arabic Translation - March 22, 2021
Meaningful play experiences help to bring families together, even after children are grown.
It’s important to understand the reasons young children bite and practice some ideas and strategies for responding appropriately.
Playdough with parents, friends, or siblings supports children’s social skills such as sharing, taking turns, and enjoying being with other people.
Get talking! Children's vocabularies and successes at school start at home. Help your child learn new words through conversations, reading aloud, and singing.
Shapes are all around us. Try identifying shapes in your everyday routines, activities, and discussions at home.
To enter kindergarten in Illinois, a child should be 5 on or before September 1 on the kindergarten year and live within the boundaries of the school district. Learn more about school readiness for your little one.
Many parents wonder what they can do to best prepare their preschooler for entering school. There are general standards to follow when preparing your child for school but always remember the best resource for their success is you!
Each year, poison centers across the U.S. manage more than 2 million cases about poisoning exposure. Of those cases, almost half involve children 5 years old and younger.
Looking for fun activities to enjoy on Easter Sunday with your family (beyond the obvious egg hunt)? Check out this mix of indoor and outdoor games and activities for kids of all ages.
Spaces fill up fast for our programs so secure your spot as soon as you can. All of our Head Start Child Care Learning Centers are taking the safest and healthiest precautions possible during this time of uncertainty. Your family's safety and health is our most important job. Enroll today!
This online education platform for birth - 5 learners and their families provides everything you need to continue education outside of the classroom and in the home.
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Easterseals is funded by two separate grants for Head Start/Early Head Start Services. We are a grantee of the Office of Head Start for services provided in suburban Cook County and a delegate of the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services for services provided in Chicago.