Early Childhood Resources
Infographics and publications of recent Quebec-wide parent surveys, in French and in English - go to site
Naître et Grandir
Resources for families and children from conception to age 8 - go to site
The french website offers a larger database of resources – go to site
Toolkit in English (digital) to promote reading with children – go to site
To order materials* - go to site
*Every so often they provide material in English, thanks to the requests of CDAs. If you cannot find the material you need in English, we encourage you to contact them and make the request.
Encyclopedia of Early Childhood Development
The most up-to-date scientific knowledge on early childhood development, from conception to age five.
Information sheets on various subjects - go to site
Canadian Parents For French
Resources for families on bilingual education.
Activity book for children, translated in multiple languages – go to site
Early Childhood Week (La grande semaine des tout-petits) - Every November
Free materials and downloads to promote Early Childhood activities - go to site
EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMMING
Many Community Learning Centres (CLCs) across the province offer Early Childhood programming for families with children 0 to 5 years old.
RETURN TO CLC NETWORK STORIES
WELCOME TO LMAC'S NEIGHBOURHOOD
English Montreal School Board - Laurier Macdonald CLC
Seizing on a meaningful opportunity to build community connections, M. Laplante challenged his students to get out of the classroom (and their comfort zone) and to go out into their community to find someone interesting that they would conduct an interview with and then write it out as an article that he could evaluate.
GASPESIAN YOUTH DAY
Eastern Shores School Board - New Carlisle CLC
Organized by the New Carlisle Community Learning Centre and CASA, students from throughout the region were able to visit over 40 kiosks that presented a wide array of careers.
PLANTING SEEDS LEADS TO STUDENT GROWTH
Eastern Shores School Board - Grosse-Ile CLC
The Grosse-Ile CLC community is a persevering community with a strong sense of family and traditional belonging.