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Iowa Public Television (a member station of PBS) does its best to bring the best educational content to all Iowa educators free of charge.
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No act of appreciation can be too big or too small for all child care providers do for children!
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Providing the opportunity for tummy time provides many sensory opportunities. It is a great way for infants to develop all their muscles, promotes healthy brain development and is important for social-emotional development.
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Sometimes it seems that children function in two distinct gears, happy and mad. They act in dramatic attention seeking ways to make us very aware of their feelings. They may hit, bite, scream, bang their heads or use a number of other creative ways to express themselves. Their tantrums and acting out can be very overwhelming to child care providers, teachers, parents and anyone else in their pa
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In our world of child care, we are encouraged to “advocate” and become involved in issues which affect children and families. But what exactly does that mean?
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 6/11/2019
DHS releases FAQ regarding changes to Mandatory Reporter Child Abuse and Dependent Adult Abuse training.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/31/2019
The strong storms and increased rainfall this spring is causing flooding and damage in many Iowa counties. Child care providers need to let the Department of Human Services (DHS) know if your child care business has been impacted and if so, the extent of the damage.
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