Keeping children healthy involves more than just nutritious meals and exercising. One activity you can do with your children involves bubbles!
The NC Infant Toddler Quality Enhancement Project (NC ITQEP) Management Team has just finished the pilot of the New Infant Toddler Teacher Orientation (NITTO) course on the Division of Child Development and Early Education’s Moodle site with overwhelmingly positive feedback!
Supporting the development of self-regulation in young children, here are six tips for working with infants and six tips for working with toddlers prepared for the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) by the Duke Center for Family Policy and the UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.
It is time to rethink NC’s approach to child care subsidy, and especially how families with infants and toddlers are supported in accessing quality care.
Did you know that brain science can be crazy fun? Talking with babies can be fun and it builds their brains! Learn more here.