Literacy tips cards

Opportunities to build children’s literacy skills are everywhere! Whether you’re making dinner, on a walk, on the bus, at the grocery store, at the doctor’s office, or at the laundromat, there are many ways to have fun and build skills together! Check out these literacy tips cards to find out how.

2022 Licensed Child Care Fact Sheet - High-quality licensed child care provides Ontario's children with safe, responsive, and caring interactions that build a strong foundation for development and well-being. When children are nurtured in environments where their social, emotional, cognitive, and physical health is considered, they thrive in countless ways.

Child care and early years programs in Ontario: Information for child care and early years providers and registered early childhood educators about operating home and centre-based child care, EarlyON child and family centres, day camps, recreation programs and before and after school programs.

The Ontario Child Benefit gives low-income to moderate-income families up to $1,607 per child per year to help with the cost of raising children. You can receive this benefit if you are working or if you are not working.

The College of Early Childhood Educators (College) regulates and governs Ontario’s Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs) in the public interest by establishing and enforcing: registration requirements; ethical and professional standards for RECEs; requirements for continuous professional learning; and complaints and discipline process for professional misconduct, incompetence and incapacity.

The Association of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario has been the professional association for ECEs in Ontario for 71 years. The AECEO's mission is to build and support a strong collective voice for early childhood educators (ECEs) so they can participate in and influence positive change that benefits ECEs, children, families, and communities.

These child care nutrition resources were created to support child care providers in planning and preparing healthy food for children in their care. They reflect current best practices for creating supportive nutrition environments in the child care setting and will help providers meet the food and drink requirements set out in the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 (section 42 of Ont. Reg. 137/15).