play

Play is important for learning, and the adult’s role is to encourage play.
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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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Messy play activates all of a child’s senses and promotes self-expression, self-esteem, social skills, investigation skills, pre-math concepts and physical skills.
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Children who get physical activity daily get the benefits of improved fitness and cardiovascular health, bone and muscle development, improved sleep, mood and well-being. No matter what you end up doing, be sure to have fun with it!
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Water play provides children countless opportunities to develop fine and gross motor skills across age ranges and starts a framework for understanding several scientific concepts.
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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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