Laurens County First Steps, a local nonprofit dedicated to supporting early childhood development, is excited to announce an engaging and informative session on Academic Readiness & Early Childhood Development.
The event is designed to shed light on the impact of the pandemic on children’s development, especially those in preschool and kindergarten, and delve into the role of handheld devices in children’s development.
In a world where face-to-face instruction has resumed, many are curious about how the pandemic has affected young learners. This event aims to address these concerns and provide valuable insights into children’s developmental needs and the role of technology in their lives.
The session is open to a diverse audience, including families, educators, pediatricians, early interventionists, and anyone working with young children.
Participants will have the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and practical strategies to support the development of critical skills necessary for academic readiness.
Laurens County First Steps encourages all interested individuals to join this important discussion. The event is free to attend, but participants are kindly asked to register in advance by visiting the following link: Registration Form.
About Laurens County First Steps
Laurens County First Steps is a local nonprofit that works collaboratively to ensure that all children start school ready to reach their highest potential. We achieve this goal by engaging families, caregivers, and community partners in high-quality evidence-based programs and services that improve early childhood development, from before birth through age five. We also serve as a connector and convener of all early childhood stakeholders in Laurens County.