Play and Learn Strategies (PALS)

The PALS curriculum was developed to facilitate parents’ mastery of specific skills for interacting with their infants and toddlers that lead to better child outcomes, particularly in children from high-risk families. PALS was designed as a preventive intervention program to strengthen the parent-child bond and stimulate early language, cognitive, and social development. The PALS Infant curriculum consists of 10 sessions and is appropriate for parents of infants from about age five months to one year. The PALS Toddler curriculum consists of 12 sessions and is appropriate for parents of toddlers from about age 18 months to 3 years.

Children’s learning Institute, University of Texas, 2006

Evidence Rating: I

Cost: N/A

Additional Info: http://homvee.acf.hhs.gov/Model/1/Play-and-Learning-Strategies-PALS--Effectiveness/49

Topics:

Parenting Education Socio-emotional Development for Children

Perinatal Periods:

Parenting

Resource types:

Curriculums

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