Budgeting For 2024 and Beyond
To provide program flexibility, we offer a variety of training options. To get a quote for your specific needs, contact us today.
General Ordering Inquiries
- Growing Great Kids Next Generation Prenatal – 36 months Curriculum and Certification
- Growing Great Kids Next Generation for Preschoolers Curriculum and Certification
- Integrated Strategies for Home Visiting Certification
- ENGAGE- Effective Communication Training
- Growing Great Families Next Generation Cuuriculum
- GK Together Parenting Group Curriculum
Next Generation P-36 Transition
Growing Great Kids – Next Generation P-36 curriculum features significant enhancements based on your valuable feedback, the latest research, and best practices with a focus on parental voice & choice.
We offer existing partners an introductory package to support your program’s transition to this updated curriculum.
Order your GGK Next Generation P36 Transition Set Materials today.
Next Generation Preschool Transition
Great Kids is proud to present the Next Generation for Preschoolers Curriculum. This new version of the Growing Great Kids Curriculum puts research into practice!
The GGK Next Generation for Preschoolers Curriculum is relationship-focused, play-based, parenting, and child Development Curriculum. FREE enrollment in a GGK Next Generation for Preschoolers Transition Asynchronous Course is included with this order.
Order your GGK Next Generation for Preschoolers Transition Set Materials today.
Play With Me
Play with Me! Manuals include over 400 development activities for three and four-year-olds and their families. Each manual contains activities that are aimed at enhancing parent-child relationships while supporting child development across all learning domains.
Order Play with Me! today.
THRIVE: Substance Use Recovery Series
SOAR... The Effective Home Visitor Series
SOAR…The Effective Home Visitor Series is an e-learning series which includes a collection of mini-courses designed to give participants foundational knowledge needed to grow their skills as an effective Home Visitor. Through this evolving library of courses, Home Visitors will have access to training topics like the science of attachment, strengths-based approach, observing parent-child interaction, and many more! Each course in the series is designed for any home visitor who supports families with young children. No background knowledge is necessary.
ELEVATE...The Advanced Practice Series
ELEVATE…The Advanced Practice Series is a series of asynchronous mini-courses designed to give staff an in-depth look at topics that will elevate their practice. Staff will have access to training topics such as a deep dive into the GGK GPS Tool, using the Fidelity and Core Competencies Assessment Tools, and many more!
This series is designed for any home visitor, supervisor, or coach who is certified in the Growing Great Kids curriculum and has completed Next Generation P-36 Tier 1 or P-36 Classic and is transitioning to Next Generation.
Growing Great Families® Next Generation
Growing Great Families NEXT GENERATION is the updated family and facilitator favorite! It equips you to support families to grow their resilience through strengths-based conversations that enhance family functioning and build protective factors.
The Next Generation of GGF is designed to be a stand-alone product. There is no need to be GGK certified. Order GGF today!
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