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who we are

Ready At Five is dedicated to elevating school readiness for all Maryland children...

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school readiness

83% of Maryland's kindergarteners are fully ready for school...

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What is school readiness? Click here for FAQs about school readiness.


 

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Our Annual Development Campaign and the United Way Campaign are now open! 

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what's new

Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year! Thanks to our teachers, families, business partners and funders who understand that children who enter school ready for kindergarten have a better chance of succeeding in their school careers and throughout their lives. We are happy to introduce Social Studies Learning Parties and ParentTips - the seventh and final Learning Party Series. From birth, children are exploring their world and learning about social studies. Social Studies involves learning about people, places, government and good citizenship and history. A “family” is a group of people who are related, connected, or care for each other. Families give children a sense of belonging and help children learn about people and the broader community. Click here to learn more about our September ParentTipon Learning About Me and My Family.  
The United Way Campaign is now open.  Please help us continue to make school readiness a reality for all Maryland children by supporting our vital work.  Designate your donation to Ready At Five on your United Way 2014/15 Pledge Form - our designation number is 2997617.
Click here to view the Getting Ready publications.  

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Mail
5520 Research Park Drive, Suite 150
Baltimore, MD  21228

Phone
410-788-5725

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voices from the field

“My child’s Head Start teacher at Overlook Elementary School gave parents the Parents Matter brochure and I wanted to thank you so much…I appreciate the information you have shared and all that went into preparing and getting that literature out to us!  Continued success to your organization!”

-Parent