Brain Building Oregon
Childcare Resource & Referral
Child and Family Development Programs
NWRESD Early Childhood Special Education
Brochures & Pamphlets
Clatsop Kinder Ready Brochure ~English ~Spanish
Clatsop Kinder Ready Pamphlet ~English ~Spanish
Free “Train the Trainers” Session (for new potential facilitators)
Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, 4:00-5:00 p.m
Please see our 'Workshops' page for all upcoming 2017 events
Kinder Ready Photo Gallery
2015 Spring Kinder Ready Workshop
We Love Our Library Night
These pictures are from the Seaside district P3 group. They are doing a series of events to help children and parents be prepared for kindergarten. The "We love our library" night is the first event. Our libraries are great resources for all kids of the community. We encourage everyone to visit a local library. They all have something special for young children, even before they begin to talk.
Brain Building Oregon
Early Learning Division News ReleaseThe Early Learning Division to Launch Website Promoting Brain Building in Children
(Salem, Ore.) – The Early Learning Division with the Oregon Department of Education is launching a website, Brain Building Oregon, to promote brain building in children from birth to five years old. The new site features 12 resources that are meant to serve as helpful examples for parents and caregivers who are supporting their children and getting them ready for kindergarten. Besides parents and caregivers, the website will also prove to be beneficial to early learning educators who are looking to add brain science into their work.
Brain building is important in early childhood because the first five years of life show the most significant rate of growth for the human brain. During these early years, the groundwork is being laid for skills in literacy, language, math, and more. Brain architecture is directly influenced by our environment and relationships, which is exciting but can be intimidating for parents and caregivers. Brain Building Oregon is intended to build on parents' and caregivers' innate strengths and support them where they are by providing various resources. These resources include:
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To learn more about these resources and others, please visit our website and learn how organizations throughout the state are promoting brain building. Brain building is something that can easily work within your everyday lives and can make a world of difference to the children in your care. Everyone has what it takes to be a brain builder.
Kindergarten Here We Come!
Here are some of next year's kindergartners from Warrenton in the 4th of July Parade. Other P-3 supported events this summer will include Seaside SD area future kindergartners in a parade prior to Seaside's National Night Out event on August 2...Parents of children who will be 5years old by September 1 are encouraged to register their child as soon as possible if they have done so yet... Kindergarten Here We Come