CCR&R Blog

Play is important for learning, and the adult’s role is to encourage play.
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Many early care and education programs rely on some form of grants to stretch their dollar and make a bigger impact. Here are a few secrets funders do want you to know, so you can prepare a solid application.
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Children learn skills in their early years that will allow them to develop good friendships.
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Protect your family and the children in your care and have your home tested for radon!
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Posted by Sarah Harson, Guest Blogger in CCR&R Blog on 1/31/2019
So often we make assumptions about what children have created and we display it so high that they can’t continue to tell us about their creativity because they simply can’t see it. We need to step back and ask open-ended questions so they can explain their works of art.
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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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