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Promoting Play in Early Childhood

Play accelerates children’s brain development and promotes learning in all domains. You can play an important role in promoting the benefits of children’s play by selecting appropriate play materials, providing an exciting learning environment, and being responsive to children’s interests.

What is Wrong with Time-Out?

Although time-out may sound effective in that it removes a child from a challenging situation, it does nothing to prepare the child for navigating such situations in the future.

New Childcare Training Course: Child Abuse and Neglect

Looking for a new childcare training course or annual training hours? Take our new five clock-hour course Child Abuse and Neglect: A Caregiver’s Guide to Adverse Childhood Experiences. Take this course to learn ways to recognize forms of child abuse, neglect, and other adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) including household dysfunction and exposure to racism, asContinue reading “New Childcare Training Course: Child Abuse and Neglect”

How to Plan a Successful Circle Time

Gather round! It’s circle time! Circle time is a ritual that early childhood programs often use for setting up the beginning of the day and marking the end of the day. So, how do you plan a successful circle time?

Can I Use Care Courses To Get My Florida Staff Credential?

Credential and how to use Care Courses to get the credential. First, Care Courses can be used towards the 120 clock hours of training you need to get the National CDA issued by the Council for Professional Recognition. Once you obtain your CDA from the CDA council, you will meet the requirements needed to obtain your Florida Staff Credential!


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