Early childhood education for low-income children ages 3-4 in the Bushwick and Bedford Stuyvesant communities in Brooklyn.

To support our parents and families, HCHCHIC has  developed a variety of  useful resources and web links for everyone to visit  and discover a wealth of information.

Early Childhood Nutrition

Good Health Guidelines

Tips, Tools and Resources for Parents and Caregivers


The website of the Let’s Move! for early care & education (ECE):

Let’s Move! Childcare

Pre-K preparation and readiness: Parents Are Teachers, too!

Talking is Teaching / Talk Read Sing is a campaign of Too Small to Fail in partnership with various organizations that are dedicated to improving early childhood development. See Program Resources for Parents and Caregivers.

City’s First Readers is a collaboration of nonprofit organizations fostering the literacy development of children, ages 0-5. By combining resources and best practices, more New York City children have greater access to the programs and services that will stimulate their literacy development.

NYC Dept of Education – Office of Early Childhood Education links for Parents

What to Look for in a Pre-K Program