Type of Resource
What is attachment, why is it important, and how do I do it?
Social Emotional Skills
Feelings First: Social and Emotional Development in the Early Years
Learn more about social and emotional development in the early years (birth-6 years old) and follow the social media accounts to get fun ideas, tips, videos on how to practically support social and emotional development.
Child/Youth Mental Health
Early Childhood Education
Kids have stress too - Activities
Activities to help young children learn to cope with stress.
Mental Health Resources ND
A list of resources for mental health in North Delta
Mental Health Resources SD
A list of resources for mental health in South Delta
Parenting Resilient Children
What is resilience, why is it important, and how do I teach it to my child?
Child and Mental Health website
Resources for Support Child and Youth Mental Health:
Child and Youth ADHD
Child and Youth Anxiety
Child and Youth Autism Spectrum Disorder
Child and Youth Behaviour Problems
Child and Youth Bullying / Cyber Bullying
Child and Youth Depression
Child and Youth Eating Disorders
Child and Youth Separation & Divorce
Child and Youth Substance Use and Addictions
Child and Youth Trauma
Free Family Fun!
This booklet is packed with free and low-cost ideas to do in and around Delta.
How to talk to your kids about Covid19
An infographic from Fraser Health about how to talk to your kids about Covid19
How to talk to your kids about Covid19 - Hindi
An infographic from Fraser Health, translated into Hindi, about how to talk to your children about Covid19.
Indoor and Online Family Fun!
Find ideas to do at home with you kid or kids!
June 2020 - Early Years Calendar of Activities & ABC's
The June Early Years Calendar of activities to do at home, special fun days, words of encouragement, books to read and ways to be creative.
Why Family Support and Early Childhood Education Must Be a Collaborative Effort
This paper summarizes Family Resource Programs Canada’s response to the reorganization of early childhood services. It emphasizes the need to complement school-based programs with a broad spectrum of community based supports for families and young children and makes recommendations for collaborative solutions to ensure that all children in Canada have a fair chance for health and happiness in a prosperous economy.
Early Years Support
Why should we support vulnerable children - Poster
A poster explaining why we should support the most vulnerable children.
Working with Young ELL Children
This guide is intended to help early childhood professionals, such as Early Childhood Services (ECS) teachers, playschool teachers, day-home operators and day-care workers, better understand:
• how young children learn a second (or third) language
• the relationship between learning the English language, and maintaining and developing the home language and culture
• how to develop effective programming that enhances English language learning for young children.