Do you have written policies for your child care that you would use in case of an emergency or natural/manmade disaster? This file includes information that you can use in your family childcare and share with parents so that in the event of an
This document can help you integrate additional STEAM activities into your early childhood program. Using the book 21 Elephants and Still Standing by April Jones Prince, children will be encouraged to build bridges for their elephants using commonly
Are you looking for simple checklists to assess children's emergent reading and writing skills? Look no further! These checklists also align with the Nebraska Early Learning Guidelines for Ages 3-5. Use these checklists to prepare for your next
When children hear the same story again and again, it helps them learn new words and understand the ideas they hear better. This planning form aligns with the seven domains of the Nebraska Early Learning Guidelines. Plan an activity from each
Completed Portfolio Pages can assist you when working through the Nebraska Step Up to Quality process while helping to ensure your curriculum is aligned with the ELGs. These pages can be used as an ongoing assessment of children’s strengths and
Don't have time to recreate the wheel? Download this form to save yourself time and money! This permission form can easily be used in your child care or school setting as a policy for enrolled families to grant permission for a variety of
This document can help you integrate additional STEAM activities into your early childhood program. Using the book Snow by P.D. Eastman, children will be encouraged to build ice towers using commonly found materials. Help nurture the whole child
Use this document as a simple tool to assess your child's alphabet knowledge. This easy to use assessment tool will help you identify alphabet knowledge. It may also be used to assess phonemic awareness.
Introduce a Try-Day Friday into your early childhood program and give your children the chance to try new foods in a fun and supportive environment. This document correlates with the Nebraska Early Learning Guidelines.
Setting your environment with the appropriate materials is an important component of program quality, Materials play an important role in the FCCERS (Family Child Care Environmental Rating Scale) as having adequate and appropriate materials can