CLC’s Thought Leadership articles provide high-quality, comprehensive resources to empower educators and parents to intentionally teach and care for our youngest learners during the most critical and formative years of development.
Find articles with activities and games that your children will enjoy, arts and crafts, information about your child’s development and preschool related information!
Below, you will also find links to studies about the importance of early childhood education.
We are sharing two great books for teaching children about women in history!
We begin the Black History Month celebration by highlighting 5 books for teaching young children about Black history!
Dori Walker, Betty Davila and Dr. Debby Schreiner are Instructional Coordinators with Stamford Public Schools at CLC William Pitt. They are giving their tips for reading aloud at home with your child and making it as interactive as possible, so that they get the most out of storytime!
We are sharing 3 fun activities from Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County’s Play to Learn Book! All are easy to do together with your child at home.
The Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County Nutrition Team is highlighting the importance of keeping your child hydrated and is providing some fun ways to help them!
Thursday, July 14, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. with State Representative Corey Paris and Commissioner of The Office of Early Childhood Beth Bye.
Connecticut Summer at the Museum is returning for the 2022 summer season, enabling Connecticut children to receive free admission at more than 130 museums across the state during the summer.
We are sharing 3 of our favorite summer crafts from CLC’s Play to Learn Book!
When it comes time to getting in the kitchen this summer, including your child in the preparation can be both a lot of fun and an opportunity to learn! We have 3 recipes from CLC’s nutrition department that are great for getting your child involved!
Phyllis DiFrancia, Director of CLC’s School Readiness program is sharing her tips for parents to get children ready for the first day of kindergarten.
We have compiled information and resources to help families during the formula shortage.
CLC is now enrolling preschool age children and we are opening our doors to interested families for four fun weekend open houses! If you or someone you know is interested in enrolling, please join us!
The spring is a great time to try new activities with your child! Whether you’re looking for something to do on one of the warm sunny days or on one of the days when April showers will bring May flowers… we have five fun options!
Stamford Public Schools is hosting Kindergarten Orientation at each elementary school in May!
Come learn about the many preschool and family home daycare programs in Stamford and explore numerous health, education and social service resources available throughout the city.
National Nutrition Month® is an annual campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. During the month of March, everyone is invited to learn about making informed food choices and developing healthful eating and physical activity habits.
Yale University put together a booklist that has become the go-to for Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County. It’s broken up into books for babies and toddlers, as well as preschoolers to show that a variety of books teach our children about feelings.
Governor Ned Lamont held a press conference at CLC on Tuesday to highlight a $1.4 million award CLC received through the Office of Early Childhood’s Ready, Set, Rebuild Stabilization Fund program.
September is National Library Card Sign Up Month! Learn how to get a library card for you and your child from the Ferguson Library!
Field day is a chance for children to get outside, run around and have FUN! We have a list of activities you can use to create your own field day at home.
The state of Connecticut is launching the Connecticut Summer at the Museum program. It offers FREE admission to kids at more than 90 museums across Connecticut during the 2021 summer months.
As part of the COVID-19 relief package, CT Governor Ned Lamont has dedicated $8 million to paying family fees for both new and current families who receive child care subsidies through Care 4 Kids until November 30, 2021.
Children's Learning Centers of Fairfield County (CLC) is currently enrolling children 6 weeks to 5 years old in all programs. CLC offers affordable early childhood education and care with hands-on learning and programs focused on health, nutrition and family...
Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens is excited to announce it will design, plant and care for a vegetable garden in the Harold Sandak Garden at CLC.
When it comes to your child’s development, music is one of the most valuable tools we have starting in infancy. Learn more about why music plays such an important role in the lives of young children and find fun ways to make music together as a family!
The children, teachers and families in one of our classes at CLC Palmers Hill put together a cookbook! The cookbook features a few of their favorite recipes to make together as a family!
While Earth Day is celebrated on Thursday, April 22, there are many ways to continue the Earth Day celebration all spring season. We have put together a list of wonderful activities to enjoy with your preschoolers.
Children's Learning Centers of Fairfield County (CLC), the second-largest center-based early childhood education nonprofit in Connecticut, is inviting members of the community to join in virtually celebrating the 50thanniversary of the National Association for the...
With warmer days ahead, outdoor play is something many children and parents are looking forward to! Outdoor play is also a wonderful way to incorporate movement and exercise into your child’s day, while providing opportunities for them to learn in a number of...
At Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County, our play-based learning philosophy allows children to discover the world at their own pace through hands-on, fun activities. All of our classrooms use the Creative Curriculum, which is backed by comprehensive child...