Child Care Providers/Preschool Teachers use WINGS to organize a quality learning environment and implement developmentally and culturally appropriate curriculum for infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Child Care Program/School Administrators refer to WINGS for guidance on implementing a quality early care and education program based on national standards.
Family/Group Child Care Providers use WINGS to organize a quality home learning environment specific to the children they serve at a given time.
After-school Care Providers use WINGS to plan and organize fun and engaging learning activities for children in pre-k and kindergarten reinforcing the regular classroom curriculum after school.
College Faculty use WINGS as a college textbook or guide for teaching early childhood education or child development students how to organize and implement developmentally and culturally appropriate practices in family/group or center-based settings.
Early Childhood Education and Child Development Students refer to WINGS in their quest to learn strategies for appropriately guiding and educating young children.
Parents read WINGS to learn the characteristics of a quality early learning environment and to discover how their children learn best in the early years.