Parenting and Early Years Resources
To support the Parenting and Early Years workshops, we have a range of products for purchase and download. Each product has been designed with early childhood educators and other professionals in mind as they build nurturing and supportive relationships with the child and their family.
Swipe through our resources and products below.
I Need You – Baby Book invites parents to see the world from a baby’s point of view. It encourages them to think about their relationship with their baby and all the amazing ways that they support babies to grow and develop.
It is free to download via the button below and can be distributed to parents at no cost. It can also be purchased in bulk for parents/carers.
I Need You – Cards is a pack of 26 double-sided cards for every letter of the alphabet. The cards invite parents to see the world from a baby’s point of view and then to reflect don’t themselves. It encourages them to reflect on their child and themselves and the other has questions for parents to reflect on the love, care and support they can give their child as they grow and develop. The questions ask parents to reflect on the feelings, words and actions they may experience with their child.
The cards can be purchased individually or in bulk via the button below.
This cute poster reflects the words of babies if they could say things for themselves. It is written simply as an A-Z of ways in which babies need our love, care and support as they grow and develop.
It is free to download via the button below and can be distributed to parents at no cost.
During the COVID-19 emergency, children remain at the heart of everything we do
COVID-19 has turned the world of children and families upside down in a very short period of time. We have really thought about how children’s worlds have been affected. Located in our understanding of child centred practice, the Foundation continues to develop a series of unique resources that can be used by parents and carers to explore the meanings that children have given to their experiences.
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