CARA’s Kit provides tools and resources to guide you through the process of making adaptations for individuals or groups of children who are experiencing challenges during every day routines and activities. This resource provides guidance for working with both toddlers and preschool-age children. As you explore various classroom situations you will find that they are linked to Pennsylvania’s Early Learning Standards for Toddlers and Pre-Kindergarten. 

Do you know your ABC’s? The Anita Zucker Center takes them a step further with the A to Z’s of Early Childhood! This resource highlights vital aspects of child development with a subpage for every letter in the alphabet. For instance, I is for Inclusion, reinforces that early childhood inclusion involves making sure all young children have access to and are able to participate in a broad range of activities with needed supports within their families, communities, and society. Explore more letters that interest you and your program!

Promoting Social-Emotional Skills During Virtual Learning: Why should you continue to program for social skills in your virtual settings? Social-emotional development is especially important during early childhood. Promoting social skills in young children can help prevent challenging behavior and support the development of relationships with peers and adults. Both of these factors have been linked to academic success beyond childhood and into young adulthood. This user-friendly resource provides you with multiple opportunities and strategies on how to accomplish this task successfully! 

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