Staying in Touch with Families During the Coronavirus: How to Use Teaching Strategies® Resources to Extend Learning at Home
You may have seen or heard about our new free online toolkit for families, Healthy at Home: A Toolkit for Supporting Families Impacted by COVID-19, in the past week. This toolkit was created to help you get started supporting families during this time. We encourage you to direct families to this webpage and check back regularly for updates. We will continue to add resources from The Creative Curriculum® and ReadyRosie™ for families to use at home.
In addition, we want to highlight the resources found throughout our suite of Teaching Strategies® products that can help encourage families to nurture their children’s development and learning while schools are closed. Some of these features even spread the word about the Healthy at Home toolkit to families!
Because the educators we serve use different combinations of the products we offer, we’ve recorded a series of videos that demonstrate how teachers and administrators can leverage existing resources in each of our products to engage, educate, and support families.
How to use Teaching Strategies® Resources to Extend Learning at Home:
Using Gold® to Extend Learning at Home
Using The Creative Curriculum®, Digital Curriculum Resources to Extend Learning from Home
Using ReadyRosie™ to Extend Learning at Home
Using tadpoles® to Extend Learning from Home
Using The Creative Curriculum®, Infants, Toddlers, and Twos to Extend Learning at Home
Using The Creative Curriculum® for Family Child Care to Extend Learning at Home
Using The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool to Extend Learning at Home
Using The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten to Extend Learning at Home
Using Online Professional Development to Extend Learning at Home
Our commitment to providing innovative, effective resources that empower and inspire educators as they teach and care for our youngest learners has never been stronger. We are dedicated to continuing to provide accurate, responsive, and effective resources to support families, educators, and school leaders during this time. We look forward to sharing additional resources with you in the coming weeks.
Looking for additional resources to help support families? Check out our blog post Creating Consistency: Discovery and Learning with Your Preschooler at Home for free resources, available in English and Spanish.
We’d love to hear your feedback on the types of resources you’re searching for and what will be the most impactful and beneficial for the community you serve. Please share those thoughts with us in the comments below.