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OPS At Home Learning: Birth to 3

Grade level resources

At Home Activies and Resources


  • For children Birth to 5 years old  

  • Information about skills infants/toddlers may show at specific ages, what the child is learning through the experience, and what the parent can do to support the child’s growth will be shared    

  • Free app also available with option of daily text message including a suggested activity to try 


  • For Toddlers and Preschoolers 

  • Offers suggestions to parents/caregivers about ways to support a child’s learning in the areas of physical, cognitive, communication, social-emotional, and adaptive development 

CDC’s Positive Parenting Tips 

  • Infants through Teenagers 

  • For each age group provides information on developmental milestones, parenting tips, safety, and healthy bodies 

CDC’s Developmental Milestones 

  • For children Birth to 5 years old 

  • Information in English and Spanish available 

  • Provides video and photo examples of developmental skills 

  • Links to view, print, and order a free book 

Zero to Three 

  • Website dedicated to the development and support of the infants, toddlers, and their parents/caregivers 

  • “Explore Our Topics” tab offers information on: 

  •  “Early Learning” including early literacy, early math and science, language and communication, play, social skills, screen time, and school readiness 

  • “Parenting” offers information for parents, caregivers, extended family 

Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University, Resource Guide 

  • For children Birth to 5 years old 

  • Provides information, including videos, for parents/caregivers on topics including “serve and return” (i.e. importance of direct interaction between children and their parents/caregivers), play, and brain development 

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