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Being the Bearer of Bad News

By Rachel Reid, M.Ed As a teacher of young children, I think one of the most difficult parts of the job is having to tell parents that their child did not have a great day. We care very much about … Continue reading

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Child Care and Development Research Overview 2015

Here is a research overview of child care and development research stories that we featured in the Child Care Lounge newsletter in 2015.       How does type of toy affect quantity, quality of language in infant playtime? Parent … Continue reading

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Preschool Graduation

Does your preschool graduation program look like the Ziegfried Follies or maybe a production from Cecil B. Demille? After years of planning and staging elaborate graduation shows and preschool pageants, I have learned some valuable lessons I would like to … Continue reading

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