Dilly’s Tree House builds the bridge between school and family life with simple, meaningful activities that can be incorporated into family play, story time, mealtime, daily routines and conversations during the critical brain-building years.
May 24, 2017
Decades of scientific research confirm that a comprehensive plan for the education of young children must include extended family, school and community. This holistic approach is key to a child’s well-being and a lifetime of success. To support educators’ efforts to involve families in children’s learning, Robert-Leslie Publishing offers Dilly’s Tree House™ Family Engagement Program, a preschool learning series that includes adventure stories and character posters to build language and literacy skills, while fostering critical thinking and social-emotional development. Additionally, the activities encourage hands-on and outdoor learning experiences in science, math, art and music – all based on the acclaimed InvestiGator Club® Inquiry-Based Pre-K Learning System.
Early childhood educators have successfully implemented The InvestiGator Club in their classrooms for more than a decade. This comprehensive STEAM and literacy program is designed to help children “think like a scientist”. The system sparks investigation, problem solving and interpersonal communication skills that nurture each child’s social-emotional, physical, creative and cognitive development. The integrated curriculum provides extensive tools to help teachers involve families in their child’s learning, and authors have now taken family engagement to a higher level with Dilly’s Tree House.
“Parents are a child’s first and most important teachers,” said Judi Coffey, CEO of Robert-Leslie Publishing. “Expanding our…