Register for the Online Kindergarten Readiness Summit

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June 1-6, 2020

Who should register for the Summit?
Parents, early care and education providers, and community members who are interested in supporting kindergarten readiness for families and children. 

What is the cost of attending the Summit?

It is 100% FREE to attend for parents and early care and education providers! 

What will be offered?

The Summit will begin with a Kick-off Keynote with Nicki Patton Rowe: How the Young Brain Learns. The webinar will be offered live on June 1 at 6pm EST. The recorded webinar will also be available for the duration of the Summit.

Breakout Sessions

  1. Social Emotional Learning and Conscious Discipline
  2. Stories, Songs, and Stretches: Social Emotional Learning and Mindfulness
  3. Math Make & Take Projects at Home
  4. Tips for Reading Aloud with Young Children
  5. Strategies for Children with Sensory Needs
  6. Using Visuals at Home
  7. Brain Building with Vroom
  8. Learning about Community Services 

Pre-Register for the Summit!

Register to Attend the LIVE Kick-off Webinar!

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Kick-off LIVE Keynote Webinar with Nicki Patton Rowe: How the Young Brain Learns June 1st at 6:00pm

*Note: If you are planning to attend the LIVE kick-off keynote webinar with Nick Patton Rowe, you must also register through Zoom. The webinar will also be recorded for later viewing for participants of the Summit. 


Click here to register in advance for this webinar.


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Currently Available Online Courses

Upcoming Online Training Topics

Dealing with Difficult Behaviors

Cultivating Resiliency

Positive Interactions and the Growth Mindset

Using Environmental Rating Scales to Evaluate the Quality of Your Classroom and Interactions

Staff Appreciation and Professionalism

Best Practices of the Every Child Ready to Read Early Literacy Initiative in Your Classroom

Meaningful Family Engagement Programs

Developmentally Appropriate Practice and the Intentional Early Childhood Teacher

The Connection Between Music and the Brain