Agenda for Children Literacy Initiative
Free early literacy program for all families in Cambridge with children birth to 8 years.
Offering parent workshops, one-on-one literacy visits, playgroups, StoryWalks, programs especially for dads and book giveaways through three programs: 1) Let's Talk! which helps parents and child care providers support the early literacy development of young children 2) Cambridge Dads which supports dads and 3) Pathways to Family Success which helps immigrant parents understand the U.S. school system, support learning, and connect to services.
119 Windsor St.
Cambridge, MA 02139
Cambridge Dads was created to increase fatherhood engagement in programming. The program strives to ensure dads are engaged, informed, and feel supported in their role as parents.
Playgroups at Home Series!
Join the Center for Families and the Agenda for Children for our Fall 2020 Playgroups at Home Series!
Pathways to Family Success
A free program that supports immigrant families to better understand the U.S. school system, support their children's learning, and connect to community resources.
Let's Talk! One-on-One Literacy Visits
We visit moms and dads of young children at home or another convenient location to share information about early literacy development, talking and reading with children, and community resources.
Managing Screen-Time with Young Children
A 2-part series for Cambridge dads and moms with children birth to 5 years.
VIRTUAL: Cambridge Dads Talk!
Join us virtually on Saturday mornings for a cup of coffee or tea and discussion with other dads!
Dads & Kids Cook
Come have a great time cooking with your kids and meeting other dad and their kids!
Cambridge Family Literacy Fun Day!
Come celebrate National Family Literacy Month at the 23rd Annual Cambridge Family Literacy Fun Day at City Hall!
Dads & Kids Reading Challenge
Starting January 13, Cambridge Dads will be hosting a virtual winter reading challenge!
Dads & Kids BBQ
Hold the date for a day of fun, arts & crafts, BBQ, and fatherhood! Connect with other fathers in the community as the summer winds down into a new school year for the kids.