Resources for Providers
Resources to help families of young children cope during disasters and traumatic events
Learn more about Resources for Early Childhood Trauma
eBooks, activity books and craft ideas.
Learn more about Fun Activities with Potter the Otter
Research shows that a baby’s brain grows to 90 percent of its adult size by age three. What your child experiences in these years before kindergarten shapes the person he or she will become.\
Learn more about the First 5 Kit for New Parents
The Parent Resource Guide is a gift to you from First 5 Sonoma County. The programs and services it describes will help you as you care for your young children in these early years. Topics include emergency numbers, treatment & recovery, assistance for housing, food, finances and legal concerns, education support, medical & counseling and much more.
Explore our Parent Resource Guide
Your baby’s brain is developing at an amazing speed—and you play an important role. Your love and attention stimulate your baby’s brain to grow and make connections. By reading, talking, and playing with your baby every day, you help your baby build the skills and understanding that will be the foundation for his or her success in life.
Learn more about Talk. Read. Sing. Play.
Triple P helps parents and caregivers gain skills to encourage good behavior, handle problem behavior, teach children new skills, and develop happy, positive relationships between parents and children.
Quality Pre-K education is important for your child’s development, health, and well-being. There are many reasons to enroll your child in a Pre-K program.