Research-based, strength-based, and solution-focused for engaging parents, cultivating secure attachments, and bolstering child development.
Growing Great Kids P-36
The Growing Great Kids Prenatal to 36 Months Curriculum provides practitioners with “home visit conversation guides” designed to motivate families and increase reflective capacity that results in positive growth for parents and caregivers.
All of the Great Kids® Curriculum series are built on foundations that focus on cultivating secure nurturing attachments between children and their caregivers. Practitioners are provided tools and materials that bolster child development in all development domains, while building parenting and family strengthening life skills. The curricula promote parent engagement and support practitioners to build relationship-based partnerships that result in nurturing resilient families and balancing risk and protective factors.
Growing Great Kids®
Why Choose Great Kids?
Never any recurring licensing fees
Over 37,000 people have been trained to use the Great Kids curricula
Protective Factors – GGK Constructs
Research informed constructs embedded in the Protective Factors Framework
Alignment with Head Start
The Growing Great Kids Home Based Curricula Series exceeds all Head Start Curriculum requirements
Evidenced Based Research
As evidenced by seven independent evaluations, the GGK Curriculum produces outstanding results
Specialized Training Programs
On-site and virtual training options available
Healthy Families America
The Growing Great Kids curriculum aligns with and builds upon the HFA model approach
What home visitors and parents are saying about Great Kids.
“The Growing Great Kids curriculum means that I have the opportunity of sharing such valuable information and lots of information with families that I serve. Information that has been researched and is evidence based, but not only that, information that is very supporting and encouraging in understanding parenting. Understanding the importance of parent-child interaction, bonding and attachment, understanding in what your child developmental milestones are and having them reach those milestones.”