Links to Resources

Below are links to resources you may find helpful.

Parent Handbook & Policy Manual (Spanish

Child Behavior

Center on Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning

Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention

Conscious Discipline

NEW! Managing the Behavior of Challenging Children

Child Development / Education

Helping Your Child Grow (Birth to 3years)Spanish Language Version

Helping Your Child Grow (3 - 5years)Spanish Language Version

What can I do about the Acheivment Gap-(Spanish)

ColorinColorado! A bilingual site for families and educators of English language learners

Talking is Teaching!

Dr. Jean

Too Small to Fail


A great site for all kinds of questions Zero to 3

Family Literacy

The Blount County Library

The Maynardville Public Library

Tennessee Electronic Library

Reading Rockets

A good interactive ebook site that translates everything to Spanish is Storyplace:

Language and Literacy Activities for Infants & Toddlers

Supporting Early Literacy in Natural Environments

Curious George

Nutrition / Dental Health

Cocke County Nutrition Assistance

USDA Food and Nutrition Service

Childhood Obesity Facts

10 Tips for picky eaters.

Children’s Oral Health

Oral Health Resourses for Families

Healthy Habits for Happy Smiles

Family Services

All Things Baby

Tennessee Department of Human Services

Child Abuse Reporting

Kid Central

Mental Health & Disabilities

Learn the signs act early!

Drug Abuse, Effects, & Prevention

Substance Abuse & Mental Heatlh Adm

Financial Literacy


Free tax help

Tennessee Saves








Tennessee READS



Dolly's Imagination Library




See us on Pinterest








Health & Safety

Keep your family safe from opioids

Shaken Baby Syndrome

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome


Lead Exposure

Tobacco Use

Gun Safety

Cosmic Kids Yoga for Kids

Disaster Family Readiness Kit

TennCare Kids

Healthy Children

Healthier Tennessee

Safe Kids Worldwide

Parents Central (car seat help)

Child Passenger Safety

Ray Ray’s Story



Male Involvement

How to be a good dad.

Strong Fathers