Recently several of these families have had the opportunity to take part in an unusual early childhood education program called Comienza en Casa | It Starts at Home. We first heard about Comienza en Casa in 2012, its founding year, when we interviewed one of its co-creators, a gregarious teacher and Maine resident named Bonnie Blagojevic. Blagojevic described a program in which a home visitor—who happened to be her daughter—arrived at homes with armfuls of learning materials and guided families in lively learning sessions that involved iPads, iBooks, podcasts, print books, toys, cardboard boxes, cooking recipes, and art supplies. It sounded like a blast. Better yet: almost every bit was offered in both English and Spanish.