Early Childhood Education with Delaney
Child development research shows that quality, Early Childhood Education must include nurturing care and enriched learning experiences designed to stimulate a child’s cognitive, physical and social & emotional development.
The quality of Early Childhood Education a child receives has a direct impact on positive child development in language and math skills, as well as social and behavioral skills.
At Delaney Educational, we want to support your efforts in building strong language, math and social skills. Education is our PASSION at Delaney! Child development skills begin at birth and we want to help provide you with the materials and skills to assist early learners in becoming successful learners.
Delaney Educational will provide you with books, supplies and research-based information to assist in the success of ALL children! Nurturing and engaging activities, throughout the early years, are critical to success in all areas of life in the future. We believe in children…..
LET’S GROW OUR FUTURE TOGETHER!
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Delaney Educational wants to make it easy for you to select materials that promote the school readiness of young learners. Our materials are classroom ready and require no training. We have researched child growth and development and know that children learn best through activities, experiments and play.
Head Start is a federal program that promotes the school readiness of children ages birth to five from low income families by enhancing their cognitive, social and emotional development. Head Start programs are to provide learning environments that support the children’s growth in:
• Language and Literacy
Head Start programs also support and emphasize the role of parents as their child’s most important teacher. Delaney Educational supports the Head Start Framework, its domains, and the National Head Start Association in its programs that strengthen children and families.
“It is paradoxical that many educators and parents still differentiate between a time for learning and a time for play without seeing the vital connection between them.”
The National Head Start Association’s research and evaluations have proven the importance of Head Start programs as they benefit our society in the following ways:
Over one million children are served by Head Start programs each year. At Delaney Educational, we want to be your provider for outstanding, research-based materials that contribute to the success of our future, OUR CHILDREN!!