Carrie Jones, Region 2 Child Care Consultant

Play is important for learning, and the adult’s role is to encourage play.
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Looking to make improvements to your business? Hear what these child care providers say on why you should "Go NAP SACC"!
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We challenge you to take a break from circle time and reflect on what goals you have for children. Do children have time to think, plan, problem solve, ask questions or make discoveries in their play?
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Children of all ages learn through free play. They learn about their bodies, how to interact with others (and how not to), the excitement of making a discovery, how to be part of a group, and how to be by themselves.
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In my work as a Child Care Consultant, I find time-out to be a commonly used technique. While time-out may seem to work for some children, let’s think about what time-out accomplishes.
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/24/2019
T.E.A.C.H. scholarship for early childhood educators.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/15/2019
Recognizing the Workforce Behind the Workforce - Why increasing compensation for the early childhood workforce should be one of your priorities.
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