There are many websites with valuable information that can help educators with current information on a variety of different topics. Here are a few of our favorites:

Infant and Toddler Enhancement Activity Sheets

Here are some great activities that you can do with Infants and Toddlers in your classroom, and share with Families to do at home! They can be adapted to meet your needs.

NCDHHS SUPERvision Series – a training curriculum for child care providers

The mission of the SUPERvision Series is to protect children by reducing the occurrence of child abuse and neglect in licensed child care facilities. When the procedures and practices cited in these training modules are used proactively, they will prevent program violations and create safe nurturing environments for our children.

New Online Welcome to the Profession, EEC, PD & TA Specialist Toolkits

Check out the new online toolkits under development on the Institute’s website! Envisioned by the Institute Outreach & Support Task Group, these kits are designed to provide easy access to host of online resources available in one place for early educators by role including those new or wanting to learn more about their profession. Go to the Institute’s home page ( then click on a red toolbox icon for tools just for you.

Children & Nature Network

The Children & Nature Network is leading the movement to connect all children, their families and communities to nature through innovative ideas, evidence-based resources and tools, broad-based collaboration and support of grassroots leadership.

Pinterest Resources:

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Children & Family Resource Center

Check out our Pinterest site for some of our favorite resources to learning experiences, fun activities, and other ideas to help families, child care providers, and anyone involved in a child’s life.

Tuckers NC Nest

Promoting Healthy Social Behaviors in licensed Child Care Centers since 2005. HSB Specialists provide TA that focuses on Social-Emotional Development. Find lots of tools, tips, and strategies to use in your classroom with children ages 0-5 to support positive, healthy behaviors.