Last Saturday, Too Small to Fail joined Shane’s Inspiration and Landscape Structures, as well as over 500 children, parents, and families from the Los Angeles and Panorama City communities, to launch our first official “Talking is Teaching: Talk, Read, Sing”-themed playground at the …
Just last week, two of Too Small to Fail’s key partners—Sesame Workshop and Univision—received national awards for their collaborative work with Too Small to Fail to help parents and communities take meaningful actions to improve the health and well-being of children from birth to age five, and …
This article originally appeared in Education Week on June 10, 2015.
No matter where they live, how much money they earn, or how busy they are, all parents want the same thing: They want what’s best for their child.
Children are born with an intrinsic sense of awe and curiosity about nature, and Earth Day presents a unique opportunity to teach your littlest learners about the world around them.
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, a self-identified “Jamericanadian,” was born in Vancouver, Canada, but spent her first 5 years in Kingston, Jamaica, where her family is from. When her father received a Fullbright Fellowship to work at Stanford University her family immigrated to Palo Alto, California.
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