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Commonly used Child Care and Early Childhood Education forms available to download.
Saskatchewan's Early Learning and Child Care Program supports high-quality care for children in healthy, safe and nurturing environments.
To make sure that all Saskatchewan children get a good start in life, the Government of Saskatchewan has developed Saskatchewan’s Early Years Plan 2016-2020.
The Early Childhood Intervention Program is a network of community-based supports for the families of children aged 0-6 years that experience developmental delays or are at risk of delay.
Find a licensed child care provider in your community using a searchable map of Saskatchewan.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about child care in Saskatchewan.
Information about KidsFirst supports that helps families in vulnerable situations become the best parents they can be.
Learn more about running a child care business in Saskatchewan with links to forms and the Early Learning and Child Care Program.
Families can apply for a monthly subsidy to help with the costs of licensed child care.
Learn more about the structure and benefits of Prekindergarten programs in the province as well as how to apply for your child's spot.
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