Early Learning & Child Care Resources
- Stella Brings the Family by Miriam B. Schiffer
- The Family Book by Todd Parr
- 10,000 Dresses by Marcus Ewert
- ABC A Family Alphabet Book by Bobbie Combs
- Daddy, Papa and Me by Leslea Newman
- A Kids Book About Gender by Dale Mueller
- Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag by Rob Sanders
- Stonewall: A Building, an Uprising, a Revolution by Rob Sanders
- Red, A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall
- Worm Loves Worm by J. J. Austrian
- Mommy, Mama and Me by Leslea Newman
- This Day in June by Gayle Pitman
- Harriet Get Carried Away by Jessie Sima
- When Aidan Became a Brother by Kyle Lukoff
Julian is a Mermaid by Jessica Love
The Great Big Book of Families by Mary Hoffman
And Tango Makes Three by Justin Richardson
Love Makes a Family by Sophie Beer
I am Jazz by Jessica Herthel & Jazz Jennings
Families Belong by Dan Saks
This is the 12th edition of this publication, it provides a comprehensive collection of cross-Canada, provincial/territorial-specific, and longitudinal data from 1992.READ MORE
Fiscal highlights illustrate the impact that provincial CCRRs have on BC families and child care educators.READ MORE
Evaluation of ECL Recruitment and Retention Strategy: Final Evaluation Benchmarking Report
With feedback from over 2,700 early care and learning professionals and other data, there is an emerging picture of the state of the child care workforce in BC. Find out more in the Evaluation of ECL Recruitment and Retention Strategy: Final Evaluation Benchmarking Report. Reformatted 27 August 2020….
Delta Council recently approved a Childcare Strategy and Action Plan that enables City Council and staff to work with community partners and stakeholders to develop specific actions aimed at increasing childcare accessibility and affordability in our community.
In February 2018, the Government of British Columbia (B.C.) and the Government of Canada signed the Canada-BC Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) Agreement (the Agreement), which provides the Province of B.C. with approximately $155.6 million over three years for the purpose of enhancing its early care and learning system.
Download the agreement here.
Download a list of resources for families in Delta, Surrey and White Rock here
Read the full report.
B.C.’s Early Learning Framework guides and supports early childhood educators, primary school teachers, principals and vice-principals, college and university educators and researchers, post-secondary students in early childhood and elementary education programs, StrongStart BC facilitators, other early years professionals, communities, governments and families.
The Framework establishes a vision for respectfully living and learning together. It supports the rich early learning experiences of children, provides a focal point for dialogue among British Columbians, and creates a common language and greater understanding of the vital importance of early learning for all young children.
The Early Learning Framework applies to all learning environments, from StrongStart BC programs and primary classrooms to child care settings, preschools and other early childhood development or child health programs
For more information download a copy of the Early Learning Framework.
Information from the BC Budget 2018 outlining the Government of British Columbia’s child care plan.
To read more about the plan please visit the Child Care BC plan website.
To learn more about the following click on the highlighted words.
Child Care BC Maintenance Fund
Child Care Operating Funding program
View the Child Care Fee Reduction Initiative – Provider Opt-In Status list
Child Care BC New Spaces Fund
Universal Child Care Prototype Sites
Affordable Child Care Benefit Service Provider Portal
Wage Enhancement for Early Childhood Educators
Community Child Care Space Creation Program