If you're not going away this summer and staying closer to home, we have a range of free sessions, activities and resources to help you and your pre-schoolers occupied, engaged and having fun.
Everything we produce has been created and designed to be fun and engaging for your child and to help promote key areas of children's development such as speech, language, communication, health, wellbeing and creativity.
Some of our resources are for all the family while some sessions have been designed for parents to help you learn more about your child's development and how you can nurture it.
Free Parent Connect online events
The Early Years Alliance is pleased to offer a series of online FREE Parent Connect events specifically designed for parents with regard to key areas of children’s development.
Supporting Children's Emotional Wellbeing … help your child to recognise their emotions and explore with us ideas on how you can support these.
10 August 7-8pm
Speech, Language & Communication … explore with us and discuss with other parents top tips for supporting your child’s communication and language skills.
13 August 11am – 12pm
Toilet Training… this can sometimes cause a lot of stress and anxiety, join us and other parents to discuss top toilet training tips.
20 August 11am – 12pm
Play Materials Around the Home…. Play materials do not need to cost a lot of money, explore with us and other parents how to make the most of household resources and ‘rubbish’ to support creative play.
24 August 7pm – 8pm
If you have any problems booking on to an event please contact our admin team on: email@example.com
Family Time Tips — an innovative FREE digital service for families
Our SMS service for families sends one fun activity sent direct to your mobile each day.
Activities are carefully chosen to ensure they positively support your child’s development.
There's a whole range of different things for your family to try.
Family sessions on YouTube
Our early years experts have created more than 100 videos (and counting!) for you to choose from.
There are sing-a-longs, rhyme and story times, games, activities and cooking sessions.
Plus there are some really useful sessions for parents too on topics such as numeracy, mindfulness, treasure baskets and mark making that will help you to help your child develop and learn.