Early Learning

Activities and tools for families on the go!

TALK

  • Speaking to your child in the language that you know best allows them to build a larger vocabulary. Children start learning language from their families.
  • Asking children questions that start with “why” encourages thinking, talking, and using their imaginations.
  • Slowing down your conversation speed gives children time to respond because they are still developing the thought-to-speech process.

Booklists

Rhymes and Songs

Tools for Grown Ups

Free, evidence-based text messaging program for parents of newborns, 1-, 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds provided at no cost that are customized for Georgia
Early language and literacy development through quick access to easy-to-use resources for families, caregivers, and teachers
Tips and examples that will help you have quality conversations with your baby
Multimedia literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help
Boost your child’s learning with fast and fun tips
An innovative program that supports early development through meaningful play
Discover games, videos and more on topics important to you and your child

Tools for Kids

A variety of free and paid learning apps
Helps kids discover a love of numbers so they can handle the math in real life
A variety of learning games based on PBS Kids shows
Games and apps based off the BOB Books series of early reader books
Award-winning educational apps for children