Intergenerational Day (June 1) In honour of Intergenerational day, we want to remind families that you can invite your child’s grandparents to join programs! Even if you're with your child, their grandparents can join in on the fun and learning. This includes online...
What’s On This Week – May 7-13
You and Your Baby
Come chat with other moms about topics like birth experience and challenges in adjusting to parenthood.
Gore Meadows EarlyON Centre
10100 The Gore Road, Brampton
Beginning Friday, May 26th
10:00am to 11:30am
This program is for first time moms with infants birth to 9 months. Register here!
Thursday, May 11
Understanding Baby Sleep
Thursday, May 18
What’s On This Week – May 21-27
Infant Massage In this program, you and your baby can explore a fun way to bond and connect through Infant Massage! There is also a discussion component to help you build confidence and connect with other parents! Gore Meadows EarlyON10100 The Gore Road,...
What’s On This Week – May 14-20
Closure Reminder Brittany Glen and Gore Meadows will be open on Saturday May 20th but will be closed on May 22nd. All other sites will be closed from May 20-22. Growing Family Adjusting to life with a new baby or child in a multi-child family requires time and...
Now Hiring! Early Years Educator (RECE) – EarlyON (Part Time)
BridgeWay is the largest provider of EarlyON Child and Family Centres in the Region of Peel. We provide free prenatal services, early learning programs and supports to pregnant women and families/caregivers with children birth - 6 years of age. We are looking to...
Now Hiring! Support Services Specialist – Technology (Full Time, Hybrid)
BridgeWay Family Centre provides free prenatal services, early learning and family support programs to pregnant women, and families/caregivers with children birth - 6 years of age. We are committed to providing the best support to our clients and sharing in their...
LGBTQ2S+ Books for Children Birth to 6 Years
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...
7 Children’s Books Celebrating Asian Authors, Stories and Cultures
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...
Trash to Treasure: 6 Recycled Materials to Add to Your Child’s Play
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...
Creative Ways to Build Ramps
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...
Jeu risqué : pourquoi est-il important pour le développement de votre enfant?
« Les enfants sont des personnes compétentes, capables de réflexion complexe, remplies de curiosité et ayant beaucoup de potentiel » - ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario, Comment apprend-on? Nous sommes nombreux à savoir de la difficulté à accepter le jeu risqué....