EarlyON Child and Family Centres

EarlyOn Child and Family Centres

EYET has three main EarlyON Child and Family Centres and several satellite programs that provide opportunities for children from birth to 6 years of age to participate in play and inquiry-based programs and support parents and caregivers in their roles. Families and caregivers will be able to find support, advice, make personal connections and access a network of resources while engaging with their children in early learning and school readiness activities, early identification services and nutrition programs.

Our programs can include programming in neighbourhood parks, libraries and other community spaces.

Click here to go to our program calendar to see when the next EarlyON program and/or activity is scheduled in your neighbourhood.

Connect with us on our Facebook Page Click Here. Our Facebook page provides online family Interactive activities developed by the EarlyON staff, to bring some familiarity and regularity to your daily play routines.


Zoom EarlyON Programming

Parent Chat: Series 1 – Please join us every Thursday afternoon for an opportunity to come together with members of the EYET EarlyON team and other parents. We will be discussing everything from child development, providing support tools to you if requested, or just to grab a coffee and chat with each other.  As the world around us starts to open up again, we want to keep our relationships strong with our community members and we hope you find this a good way to do so.  CLICK HERE to register!

Virtual Circle Time: Series 1 – Our interactive online circle time will have your little one learning rhymes, singing songs, and plenty more! CLICK HERE to register!


EYET EarlyON Resources for COVID – 19

Block Play: With technology advancing at such a fast pace and society focusing on children learning technology at an earlier age, we need to remember that before we can use technology, we need to build developing functional skills.  Playing with blocks is a great way for children to learn math, science and problem solving skills. This article will help to demonstrate the importance of block play among children.

Developmental Domain Activities Series 4Children learn to master different developmental domains daily. Please find attached the second set of activity cards that you can print and play with your children at home. Please remember that every child develops at a different rate and each activity can be altered to meet the current stage of your child’s development.

Supporting Your Child As They Return to A “New Normal”With child care being given the green light to move towards opening their doors and accepting your child back in their care, this document can help to provide you with suggestions on how to support your child with the transition and prepare them for how things will look as they return to child care.

Developmental Domain Activities Series 3Children learn to master different developmental domains daily. Please find attached the second set of activity cards that you can print and play with your children at home. Please remember that every child develops at a different rate and each activity can be altered to meet the current stage of your child’s development.

Sun Safety – As of this weekend, summer is officially upon us. As sun safety is a year around concern, it it more so in the summer time. Please find attached a quick reference for when you and your children are outside and how to stay safe in the sun.

Developmental Domain Activities Series 2Children learn to master different developmental domains daily. Please find attached the second set of activity cards that you can print and play with your children at home. Please remember that every child develops at a different rate and each activity can be altered to meet the current stage of your child’s development.

Expansion of Language – Trying to find a way to keep the kids on track with building their literacy skills? Take a look at this great document to help you and your children at home to keep the momentum going.

Developmental Domain Activities Series 1 – Children learn to master different developmental domains daily. Find attached some great activity cards that you can print and play with your children at home. Please remember that every child develops at a different rate and each activity can be altered to meet the current stage of your child’s development.

Body Awareness Circle Time – Circle time is an opportunity to bring groups of people together to sing songs, read stories and interact with one another. Please find attached a great example of a musical circle time that can be done at home with your family.

Talking to Kids About COVID – Unfortunately Covid-19 is not going anywhere anytime soon. Please find attached a great resource to help talk to your children about it, along with a activity to show them how quickly and easily germs can spread.


Contact:

EarlyON Cosburn Site
904 Coxwell Avenue

Phone:             416-686-3390 ext. 9785
Email:              EarlyONCosburn@eyetfrp.ca

EarlyON Danforth Site
Located within: Access Point on the Danforth
3079 Danforth Ave.

Phone:             416-686-3390 ext. 9784
Email:             EarlyONDanforth@eyetfrp.ca

EarlyON Sackville Site
Located within: St. Paul Catholic School
80 Sackville St.

Phone:             416-686-3390 ext. 9792
Email:              EarlyONSackville@eyetfrp.ca

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