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My family recently went to a guest ranch on vacation. Every night, they have family-style meals. Everyone sits down for a meal at the same time around a table in the kitchen or dining room...
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Current research shows that in young brains, social and emotional development has priority over cognitive development. Children need a strong foundation of social and emotional experiences to develop into healthy, resilient, and successful lifelong learners.
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Stop and remember the thousands of times you heard your mom say, “Wash your hands” when you came in after playing outside. “Keep your hands away from your face” was another favorite “mom” expression.
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With young children, the magic of the holidays starts with Halloween and continues through the New Year. Thanksgiving is a perfect time to slow down the fast pace of the holiday season and focus on the things you remember in your favorite Thanksgiving memories.
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Did you know that there are items that you are using with your infants that can hinder their development?
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 8/12/2019
DHS releases an update to Commm 204 for Child Care Centers.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 8/9/2019
Iowa CCR&R announces release of new data report that should be beneficial to communities and economic develpment programs in Iowa.
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