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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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WOYC celebrations this year will be the week of April 8-12.
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Parents and providers working together to solve things will equal a successful bond that will allow for you both to meet the goal of a great experience for the child. That is a win-win for all!
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Babies are born wired to speak and understand every language in the world, but by their first birthday they’ve learned all the sounds that they’ll need to speak the language or languages they’ll need.
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 2/19/2020
IFCCA's Annual Seminar, the only training event held solely with family child care provider's in mind. There will be a mix of topics that pertain to family child care providers, lots of great networking, and time to relax and refresh yourself. Bonus event, Friday, March 6, 7:00-9:00p.m. Networking Reception Hilton Garden Inn.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 1/31/2020
Center Director/Manager/Kitchen Staff are invited to attend the FREE Team Up for CACFP Success workshop on March 12th in Altoona.
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