Hi Severine, I looked at a few of the videos, skeptically I confess, and was happily impressed! I like that they are targeted to parents and families, focused on one specific practice and are short and to the point. How easy has it been for families to access these? Might these be available as an app with a directory of parenting problems (picky eaters, how to get my children to help clean up, etc). We are an early childhood education program located in the Silicon Valley community of California. I think some of our families might be interested in and benefit from such an app. In any case, great to see this. Good luck! Carol from All Five
Wow~ Thank you, Iliriana. That is quite an honor, considering the high level of submissions here. We just submitted our application for NAEYC accreditation. Now, I'm waiting to hear back from the school district about additional space. We have a waiting list and a lot of families needing high quality care and education for their infants and toddlers while they are at work. Again, thank you very much for your support.
Hi Dinah, We are familiar with The Primary School. Their model targets low income families only and they do have a much larger resource level! We do some sharing with them, and hope to do more! I really agree with you that the diversity of background, particularly as it relates to socioeconomic demography, is a powerful and under-utilized service approach. It's great to see other ideas/programs using this idea! We have so much to learn from each other! Carol