Resources for Early Childhood
Jeremiah Program’s free, high-quality learning resources support parents educating their children at home or in any setting outside the classroom.
Children’s brains develop more rapidly from birth to kindergarten than at any other time in life. Babies, toddlers, and pre-K learners are constantly absorbing information, investigating their surroundings, and discovering their place in the larger world. Every interaction and experience helps build the crucial introductory skills children will use for the rest of their lives. The materials on this page offer fun, stimulating activities you can use to give your children a quality start to their educations.
These age-appropriate, learning resources incorporate themes to keep children engaged and include the core areas of Literacy, Foundational Math, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math), and Handwriting. The activities call for common household supplies to accommodate the home classroom and make it possible for all families to participate in a variety of settings.