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Why Play Brochures (Arabic)

Why Play Brochures (Arabic) Why Play is a series of brochures offering information to parents and child care providers on play and child development. The brochures cover age groups 0-12 months, 12-30 months, 30-60 months. Brochures can be ordered in sets, or multiple copies of a specific age. Why Play Order FormPriceConsult Order FormPublication Dates2019AuthorsCentre …

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Why Play Brochures (Spanish)

Why Play Brochures (Spanish) Why Play is a series of brochures offering information to parents and child care providers on play and child development. The brochures cover age groups 0-12 months, 12-30 months, 30-60 months. Brochures can be ordered in sets, or multiple copies of a specific age. Why Play Order FormPriceConsult Order FormPublication Dates2019AuthorsCentre …

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Why Play Brochures (English)

Why Play Brochures (English) Why Play is a series of brochures offering information to parents and child care providers on play and child development. The brochures cover age groups 0-12 months, 12-30 months, 30-60 months. Brochures can be ordered in sets, or multiple copies of a specific age. Why Play Order FormPriceConsult Order FormPublication Dates2019AuthorsCentre …

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Play

Play Play is the universal right and language of childhood. It is through play that children learn, make friends, communicate, stay active, problem-solve, and make sense of the world around them. Families Canada has a long history of helping family support centres, practitioners, and families facilitate healthy child development through play. What is play and …

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Benefits of Intergenerational Programming for Newcomer Seniors and Children

In this blog post, guest writer Angel Monks summarizes information presented by Maureen Keelan and Jean Tinling in the webinar Promoting Intergenerational Volunteering - Benefits to Seniors and Preschool-Aged Children. They discuss the importance of intergenerational programming for seniors, newcomer seniors, and children and how it contributes to building a sense of community.   Seniors and …

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New at Families Canada! Online Learning Now Available for Family Support Practitioners

We're so pleased to announce the new Families Canada Training Portal! Created to provide family support practitioners interested in building on, building up, or simply refreshing their knowledge, the training portal is the perfect opportunity to access exclusive content developed in partnership with experts.   Courses  Focused on providing trusted, science-backed learning opportunities, all courses are …

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How can I talk to parents and families about getting the COVID-19 vaccine?

Are you having trouble talking to parents and families about getting the COVID-19 vaccine? Here are some tips for having those more difficult conversations.  Find common ground. Finding common ground can help start the discussion. For example, “We all want the same thing – to get back to doing the things we love. Getting your …

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Active for Life, Physical Literacy Resources (English, French)

Active for Life, Physical Literacy Resources In a world where children are sedentary, over-scheduled, and less likely to play outside, Active for Life helps Canada—and the world—raise physically literate kids. At activeforlife.com, parents, educators, and coaches will find fun activities, engaging articles, and free resources. Use Active for Life’s free resources to support parents to raise healthy, happy, active …

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