December 17, 2020 DAP Series Parts II and III Now Available Trying Together is excited to announce Parts II and III of the Developmentally Appropriate Parenting (DAP) Series. Through these Parts, information and resources on Childhood Physical Health and Child Care were added to the Series. About As an early childhood nonprofit, Trying Together recognizes that a child’s parent is their first and most important caregiver. That’s why we created the Developmentally Appropriate Parenting (DAP) Series to assist parents and caregivers in creating high-quality learning experiences at the earliest stages of their child’s life. The series features digital and print content that provides information on critical early childhood topics. As of December 17, 2020, three Parts have been published, including: Part I: Developmentally Appropriate Practice, Part II: Childhood Physical Health, and Part III: Child Care. Resources will continue to be added through 2022 as additional Parts are finalized. Featured Resources The Series features many helpful resources for families. To help you get started, Trying Together compiled a short list of featured resources for each Part. Part I: Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Developmentally Appropriate Practice: A Guide for Parents Developmentally Appropriate Practice: A Guide for Caregivers of Infants and Toddlers Creating Play Rich Environments: Incorporating DAP at Home Play and Physical Activity Guide for Educators & Families Part II: Childhood Physical Health Supporting Childhood Physical Health: A Guide for Families Using Play to Support Children’s Physical Health Exercise Together with Darnell Campbell Childhood Physical Health: Resources Part III: Child Care How to Find, Choose, and Pay for High-Quality Child Care Child Care and Education Planning Tools Questions to Ask Early Learning Professionals Questions for Your Early Learning Provider During COVID-19 Navigating the Series The Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Series features a search bar and filtering options to connect parents and caregivers to content that is relevant to them. Caregivers can filter available content by Topic, Age Group, Relationship to Child, Resource Type, and Geographic Location. To test it out, visit the Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Series page. More Information To learn more and access the full list of resources, visit the Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Series webpage.