Sprout is a universal parenting program that contains six everyday scenarios and, specifically, targets the unique context of parenting children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old. This developmental period comes with many parenting joys and challenges. Sprout is designed to support parents as they foster their preschool child’s development and resiliency.

Everyday moments with a 3- to 5-year-old are full of adventure, fun, growth, and challenges. Sprout gives you the opportunity to take a peek into the daily routines of four families to see how they manage their everyday moments and learn new strategies that help them and can help you make everyday moments run a little more smoothly.

Sprout is available for parents of preschool children ages 3 to 5 in an online format.

Who is this program for?
Available for parents and caregivers.

How much will it cost?
Online program access is free.

How long will it take?
This program provides multiple scenarios from which to choose, and you may choose as few or as many as you like. Each scenario takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. You may pause and resume the course as needed.

Are you ready to Sprout?

Sprout welcomes you to follow four unique families through six everyday moments to learn strategies to help you do the following:

  • Understand age-appropriate expectations
  • Develop routines
  • Guide developmental milestones

 

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