reading

Interactions an infant has with books, listening to lullabies and with other’s voices, are the building blocks for language and literacy development.
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Support brain development in ways that have long term benefits for academics and personal well-being, include these activities in your daily routine.
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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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By inviting children to fall in love wth books, you are helping them begin a lifelong love of learning.
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December is “Read a New Book" month! Have each child in your program bring their favorite book to share with the group. You could compile a list and share it with everyone!
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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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