Born Learning Trail

Born Learning: Shape a Child's World

The Born Learning Trail is a community change strategy developed by United Way Worldwide that is designed to boost children’s language, literacy, social, cognitive and emotional skills – and encourage families to get active. It’s a great way to elevate awareness of early childhood education, connect volunteers more deeply to early learning and support year-round community engagement strategies with local employers and community partners. Located in community parks, schools and public locations Born Learning Trails provides opportunities for parents, caregivers, and educators to use everyday moments to boost school readiness of children in their preschool years. 

The trail’s theme of Watch! Stop! Learn! Play! encourages parents and caregivers to follow the child’s lead, building the child’s curiosity and confidence, and reinforcing learning already underway in their everyday lives. 

It's easy and fun to provide early learning opportunities for your young child.  You can do it anytime, anywhere - it's learning on the go! Visit Born Learning for more information or watch our video below!

Born Learning Trails in Williamson County, TX

Berry Springs Park in Georgetown, TX

Champion Park in Cedar Park, TX sponsored by the Honest Company

Lake Creek Park in Round Rock, TX 

United Way of Williamson County is partnering with local parks, schools and organizations to bring Born Learning Trails to other areas of Williamson County. With a goal of installing one Born Learning Trail in each community within Williamson County, United Way is seeking community partners to support these efforts.

For more information on sponsorship and branding opportunities, contact Clarena Tobon by email or (512) 255-6799.