Parents now have easy access to the most up to date scientific knowledge on early childhood development through Storypark’s partnership with the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development.

“The goal of the Encyclopedia is to have as many parents, family members and professionals as possible benefit from the latest and most useful research on children’s development. Storypark is clearly one of the most thoughtful and innovative technology companies that will help us to achieve this goal.” – Richard E. Tremblay, co-editor of the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development

One of the benefits to children the partnership brings is the ability for educators to share aspects of a child’s development through informative learning tags in their documentation. Watch the clip below to see how this works:

How to access the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development learning set

Not using Storypark yet? Sign up here to get 3 months free access and the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development resources and Storypark will donate 20% of your first year’s subscription to the Encyclopedia.

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  1. […] words with more positive and dynamic language is the way to go. You might also wish to use the Encyclopedia of Early Childhood Development learning set in Storypark. This provides tags that link to things like brain development, so parents can dig deeper into […]


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