exploration

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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It doesn’t matter if you can’t name a bird, a bug or a tree. You observing and wondering alongside a child will increase their interest and engagement!
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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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Gardening with children offers many opportunities for hands on learning and lessons about nature. The setting lends itself to wonderment for children and adults alike.
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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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