Oct 4, 2021
When children do something against the rules, explain simply and in a few words:
- That what they did was wrong
- What will happen if the behavior continues Consequences need to be logical, meaningful, and simple. For example:
- If your child rides a bike without a helmet, the bike is off limits for a day or two.
- When your child won’t share a toy, that toy can’t be used for the rest of the day.
Links for More Information on Early Learning and Other Programs
Here are some additional websites to find information on early learning and other educational and development programs. We hope these can help you gain knowledge on various parenting subjects, the importance of early learning, developmental milestones and educational tools. Click on the links to open the websites in a new tab.
The Child Development Centre has many different programs that support early learning, visit their site to learn more. Also check out their project ideas for fun activities.
Community Bridge has great programs for early learners such as their Mother Goose program, and Daddy and me program.
Fort St. John Literacy Society promotes literacy for everyone, visit the site to learn more about early childhood literacy.
S.U.C.C.E.S.S not only provides multicultural early learning support for families it also has a variety of helpful tools and programs for newcomers to Canada.
Early Learning Framework Course is a free course to learn more about the early learning
We hope these links help you discover ways to kick start early learning and connect to other resources in the community. Please be aware that due to COVID-19 many of these programs may be modified or on hold. Check out their individual sites for up to date information.
Northern BC Distance Education School – 10511 99th Ave Fort St John, BC V1J1V6
Phone: 250-261-5660 | Toll-Free: 800-663-9511 | Fax: 250-785-1188 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org