You’ve made it through countless sleepless nights, introducing new foods and first steps and more. Now you’ve got a busy toddler ready for adventures. Here are some resources to help you navigate those terrible twos and threenagers.
Canadian Picture Books - 10 great Canadian picture books celebrating our great country, selected by CBC Books.
Toddler Time – We’ve got resources to help you understand and find ways to deal with tantrums, anxiety, gender issues, discipline and more.
Hey Mummy That’s Yummy! – Finding healthy foods your toddler will love can be a challenge. Here’s some inspiration.
Travel the World – Explore your heritage or introduce your child to new places through picture books.
Interactive Books - Looking for an extra fun read-aloud session. Try one of these interactive books to get involved in the story.
Durham Health offers a wide variety of services and connections to supportive local agencies. Get started with a visit to their Infant and Child Development Resource page.
Dietitians of Canada provides a series of short 60-90 second nutrition videos for parents and care provider on healthy growth and development of children up to 12 years of age. Take a look at Starting Solid Foods for tips.
Read Aloud with your child for 15 minutes each day. This national campaign will help you learn why it’s so important.
Start with a Book offers parents, caregivers, summer program staff and librarians lots of engaging ideas for getting kids hooked on reading, exploring and learning all summer long, and beyond.