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The PLAN to Promote Empathy and Reduce Bullying During The First Few Years of Life/2 Ways to Get Involved

Updated: Jun 4


The first way to get involved is to join us as a community member. Community membership is free and open to the public.


Early Childhood Rocks! is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting empathy and discouraging bullying during the first few years of life.


When you join as a free community member, you'll get:

  • Our weekly Mini-Conference delivered to your inbox every Saturday. Each conference is designed for the busy provider and/or parent and includes, one article with an idea that you can use right away with young children, one idea that will help you feel like the professional you are, and one article focused on self-care because you deserve it.



  • Plus, our eBook, Magic Words/How To Get Kids To Listen And Like It!

  • Dozens of articles on boundary setting, cleaning up, tattling, biting, feeling professional and self care etc.


The second way to get involved is to join us as a VIP member.


VIP members get:


  • The PLAN. Forever access to our digital training, All Together Now! The Significance of Empathy, Inclusivity, and Boundaries as Substantiated by Research and the option to earn 5.5 CEUs for your work after an online or facetime assessment

  • The weekly Mini-Conference plus the option of receiving 1 continuing education unit per conference (up to 10 CEU's)

  • Exclusive access to our epic post, Creating Empathy Through Play

  • Plus access to our eBook on What To Do When a Child Hits or Hurts



VIP membership is available at a special price by clicking the poster or the button below!


Nanci J Bradley is a level 16 trainer on the Wisconsin Registry, an early childhood and family educator, author, teacher, family aerobics instructor, and an all-around fun-loving person. She believes in the power of sleep, healthy eating, lifelong learning, and most of all, PLAY!  She studied early childhood ed at Triton College and received her BS in education in 1986 from NIU. She received her MA in human development from Pacific Oaks College in 2011. She has presented at state and nationwide conferences. She lives and teaches in Madison WI.






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