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Learning at Home

Learning at Home

Emotional and physical environments matter because they affect how we feel, how we relate to others, and our ability to focus on tasks. High-quality environments are free from hazards and dangers, and they support children to feel empowered, respected and ready to...

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Quality Child Care: What to Look For

Quality Child Care: What to Look For

There’s a lot to think about when choosing a child care or early educational environment for your family, because it’s an important decision! Thinking about quality of care will help you narrow down your choices. Consider this checklist of quality characteristics....

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Adapting to Digital Learning

Adapting to Digital Learning

The first thing you should know while your kids are learning from home is that you are already doing things right! The foundation for all learning is caring and supportive relationships in an environment that is safe, predictable, and nurturing, and home provides each...

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Early Childhood Transitions

Early Childhood Transitions

Early Childhood Transitions – An Overview Transition means to change, and there are a lot of changes that happen in a child’s life. From everyday transitions like going to bed at the end of the day to more disruptive transitions like welcoming home a new sibling or...

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