ECE Resource Hub

In a world with so many changes, fostering children’s social-emotional skills feels more important than ever.

This month, we focus on ways you can support children’s self-confidence. Young children can do a lot when given the support and encouragement to try – and succeed! – on their own. Find strategies and ideas that will work for you and your students.

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Developing Core Skills - Birth to Five

From social skills to managing emotions, young children are a developing a range of important skills. Learn more about these skills and how you can foster them, from infancy to preschool.

Everyday and Targeted Strategies

Are you looking for ways to build on your current strategy toolbox? Review a range of strategies you can use to foster important social-emotional skills for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

All Are Welcome


Build Your Classroom Bookshelf

Books are a powerful way to approach social-emotional learning. Our book recommendations feature diverse authors, illustrators, and characters. Each book is accompanied by a teacher’s guide, which highlights ways you can support critical social-emotional skill.


For School Leaders

Looking for a way to design effective professional development (PD) focused around social-emotional skills, equity, or Covid-19 adaptations? Visit our ECE Resource Hub leaders page for great ideas, resources, or a one-on-one consultation.

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We're Here to Support You

Adaptations for Today's Classroom

Whether you are working in-person, hybrid, or in a virtual setting, our goal is to provide you with strategies that can work in any setting.

A Focus on Equity

Our mission is to give each and every child the best possible learning experience. We share resources to help you and your teams consider different ways to support each child’s needs.

Connecting with Families

Now more than ever, the family-school bond is important to support our youngest learners. We help you find ways to build relationships with caregivers to help children learn and grow.

Trauma-Informed Care

We know that children, families, and teachers are feeling more stressed than ever. We bring together ideas for helping your community to feel safe and supported.

A Focus on Birth to Five

Young children's development is rapid, dynamic, and interconnected. Our resources are designed to help you support our youngest learners right from the start.


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Each month, we focus on different topics that highlight how to foster children’s social-emotional skills, with helpful resources on equity, COVID-19 adaptations, and effective classroom strategies.