Black History month February is Black History Month! This month is dedicated to learning about, reflecting on, and celebrating Black history. Here is a list of picture books about Black history, that...
What’s On This Week – December 3-9
Just For Dads
Being a dad has its highs and lows, and it can be challenging to find help or to connect with others. Come share your thoughts and concerns about parenting, ask questions, and meet other dads in your community.
Just For Dads is open only to fathers of children from birth to 6 years old.
Turtle Creek EarlyON
Monday December 11
Join BridgeWay and The Indigenous Network for Journey Together, where families and children can experience and participate in Indigenous activities while building their awareness of Indigenous culture.
December 5 and 19
11:30am – 12:15 pm
December 6 and 20
11:00am – 11:45am
9:30am – 10:15am
3:00pm – 3:45pm
When looking into introducing new foods to your baby, the information available can be very confusing! In this free online workshop with Ashley Pickett IBCLC, we will discuss all that you need to know about adding complementary foods to your baby’s milk diet. Topics include how to tell when your baby is ready, what the best first foods are, textures, timing, and amounts to serve, Baby Led Weaning, pureed foods, preventing fussy eaters and recognizing sensitivities, and how to create a positive eating experience and a healthy relationship with food
Introducing Solids – Online
Thursday, December 7
You and Your Baby Come chat with other moms about topics like birth experience and challenges in adjusting to parenthood. This program is for first time moms with infants birth to 9 months. Brittany Glen EarlyONTuesdays, 1:30pm-3:00pmFebruary 20 – March 26Register...
Black History month February is Black History Month! This month is dedicated to learning about, reflecting on, and celebrating Black history. Here is a list of picture books about Black history, that include some ways to help your child further engage with the books....
Prenatal Classes If you, or someone you know, are expecting a baby, BridgeWay offers free prenatal classes! Come get your questions answered with the most current information so that you can feel confident and prepared for this exciting time. Online (through...
Become a Member of BridgeWay! Signing up for membership is FREE and shows your support for the work we do. As a member, you will be invited to: Help us shape the direction of our organization with members-only surveys; Vote at our Annual General Meeting on June 2024;...
BridgeWay staff have read and reflected on some children's books by Indigenous authors and/or illustrators. Below is a list of books and what stood out to each staff member as they read through the story on their own or with children and families. We hope you enjoy...
We’ve put together a list of books celebrating LGBTQ2S+ children and families! These books are perfect for children with queer parents/caregivers to see families like theirs, for children to see themselves and their peers, and for everyone to learn about and celebrate...
Picture books are a great way for children to learn about cultures as well as celebrate themselves and their family. These 7 books are written by authors of Asian descent with themes we can all relate to – feeling loved and connected, showing love and of course loving...
Learning through play can happen with the simplest materials. Before you recycle your plastic bottles and cardboard boxes, try adding them to your child's play! Objects like these are open-ended, which means there's no limit to what they can become when your child...
Ramps are a fun and interactive tool for children to explore math and science concepts. When they roll a toy down a ramp, they're learning to make predictions and problem solve while also learning about concepts like motion, speed, and cause and effect. There are fun...