This page contains all programs that have been entered on the The Early Childhood Colorado Framework website. Programs are listed in order of entry; use the categories to search for programs by the Framework Domains and Outcomes, as well as program Activities, Primary Role, Population Served and Service Area, as well as by Keyword.

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Art Encounters for Children

Sangres Art Guild (SAG) in conjunction with Custer County Kids Council is initiating art classes for children ages 3-6. Classes are held at a local art gallery with local artists and a retired preschool teacher. The 2-hour classes are held on Friday afternoons when preschool is not in session and include a variety of activities … Read more >


Qualistar’s assessments help providers identify areas of strength and areas for improvement in their learning environments and their interactions with children and families. Our menu of assessments targets the components of early childhood education that have been identified through research to positively impact children’s learning outcomes. Our quality rating specialists are experienced in using a … Read more >

Babies Ready for College

Babies Ready for College is an educational program for expectant parents and families, as well as Family, Friend, and Neighbor care providers of children birth to 3 years that provides strategies and skills to caregivers so they can more effectively support children’s healthy growth and development. BRFC is also the umbrella program for its complementary … Read more >

Back to Back Literacy Backpack Project

What is the Back to Back Literacy Backpack Project?  Each participating child care provider will receive one kit containing up to 21 take-home interactive and engaging early literacy and learning activities with examples including but not limited to animal tracks, counting and correspondence, five senses, incredible insects, life cycles, measuring, off to work we … Read more >

Be Ready

BE READY is a Larimer County-wide collaboration that creates Ready Children, Ready Families, Ready Schools and a Ready Community. Multiple partners…parents, the medical community, employers, childcare providers, libraries, school districts, community and government agencies, faith communities, service organizations…share in the responsibility to make certain all the children in Larimer County will be ready to be … Read more >

Bright by Three

Bright by Three, formerly Colorado Bright Beginnings (CBB), is an evidence-based program focusing on birth – 3 that includes an annual in-depth information session with parents, easy to use materials focusing on what to expect in the coming year, and developmentally appropriate books and games. Materials are organized in 3 bags, birth to 12 months, … Read more >

Building an Early Childhood System

Denver’s Early Childhood Council strives to ensure all children and families in Denver have equitable access to quality early childhood services and supports, and works strategically with community partners to align efforts and create more efficient and culturally responsive services. For example, the Denver Council serves as lead recipient for LAUNCH Together in Denver, a … Read more >

Child Care Outreach Services

ECCLC is committed to supporting providers’ ability to meet licensing requirements. The information in this section is intended to help you ensure you are in compliance with licensing rules and regulations. We also recruit those who want to become licensed Family Child Care Home Providers. We offer support with licensing applications, pre-licensing trainings, and financial … Read more >

Child Health Passport Program

This child health folder is issued by First Steps Early Head Start and Parents as Teachers Home Visitors during a “Welcome Baby” visit to all children born at St. Thomas More Hospital. Several health care providers participate in the project to promote early preventative health care. One purpose of the Passport is to help parents … Read more >

Child Maltreatment Prevention Framework for Action – Community Planning

Colorado communities are engaging in an eight-month local participatory planning process using the Colorado Child Maltreatment Prevention Framework for Action (Framework). The Framework is designed as a tool to guide strategic thinking, align strategies, and maximize shared outcomes to prevent child maltreatment and promote child well-being at the state and local level. The Framework will … Read more >

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