Additional Resources

California Infant/Toddler Learning & Development Foundations
Provides research-based descriptions of how children from birth to three years of age typically make developmental progress.

California Preschool Learning Foundations
Volume 1 outlines key knowledge and skills that most children can.

Resources for Providers

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  • The Consultation Project provides free consultation services to childcare providers and preschool teachers to help them manage difficult behaviors of children in their care. Providers seeking assistance contact the project, and early childhood mental health and education specialists work with them to strengthen their understanding, willingness to persevere, and ability to intervene effectively with a challenging child. They provide developmental guidance, help providers interpret the meaning of a child’s behavior, and suggest interventions appropriate to a group setting. They also help providers strengthen the effectiveness of their environment and their team, as well as build positive relationships with parents so the needs of the whole child can be addressed. When needed, they make referrals to additional services for children, their parents, and providers.

    Learn more about The Consultation Project

  • The TALLK (Teachers Acquiring Language Learner Knowledge) project provides preschool teachers with training and coaching in specific strategies for interacting with English learner (EL) children to best support language acquisition.

    Learn more about TALLK

  • 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.

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