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One of the most important components of infant brain growth and development is sleep! Read more about safe sleep practices, developmental differences in sleep, and creating a positive sleep environment for children.
Using real-world examples from classrooms in Idaho and incorporating lessons learned from currently practicing teachers we will share a toolkit for supporting high-quality outdoor classrooms.
While we all need reminders to slow down from time to time, some days are just so packed that there are only a few spare minutes to connect with the children we care for. Make a point of taking time to connect with every child in your care each day using these 10 quick tips.
We’ve been thinking of you. We wanted to let you know that personally from our entire organization. So, we came up with this video to try to express what we are thinking and feeling. The faces you see here are just a few of the many behind the phone calls and emails of our organization. This video isn’t fancy or high-tech, it’s homemade from our homes to you.
Early communication on the Governor's March 25th order asking for a state wide stay-at-home order.
No caregiver ever wants an accident to happen. Here are some tips to help avoid some of the most common and critical injuries that can happen in an early care and education setting.
There are a number of things your program can do to limit the spread of head lice.