Last Reviewed: March 2017
Play is vital to the growth and development of children at all ages, starting from birth. Playing with your baby helps with their physical, emotional, cognitive (how they think), language, social and brain development. Learn about programs, services and activities that are available for you and your child in your community.
- Ontario Early Years Centres
OEYCs provide free activities, services, supports and information about children’s development and services that support that development for parents and caregivers and their children up to the age of six.
- Parenting Centres
The Peel Early Years Hubs and Readiness Centres help prepare children from birth to age four to enter kindergarten. These facilities are free for parents and caregivers and their children.
- Brampton Parks and Recreations
Information on recreational facilities, parks, services and programs offered by the City of Brampton.
- Mississauga Recreation and Parks
Information on recreational facilities, parks, services and programs offered by the City of Mississauga.
- Caledon Recreation, Parks and Trails
Information on recreational facilities, parks, services and programs offered by the Town of Caledon.
- Physical Activity Guidelines
Newly released Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for children 0-4 years.
For more information:
Region of Peel — Public Health
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Caledon residents call free of charge at 905-584-2216
To speak with a Public Health Nurse