Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry

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  • Ages and Stages

    Preschool Education - December 26, 2017

    Developmental milestones give a general idea about what to expect from children of different ages. However, there will always be differences between individual children. Some children begin to walk at 10 months, some at 15 months....Read More

  • Ways to Prevent Bullying

    AZ Early Childhood Network - December 22, 2017

    There have been decades of study and many programs claiming to be the solution to bullying, and few programs have actually proved to be effective. One of the main problems in preventing bullying is trying to decrease the already established behavior, instead of trying to stop the behavior before it begins....Read More

  • 16 Ways Loose Parts Can Ignite Curiosity

    Fairy Dust Teaching - December 21, 2017

    Loose parts and authentic play experiences for children are two vitally important initiatives at Fairy Dust Teaching....Read More

  • 10 Ways Babies Learn When We Sing to Them

    NAEYC - December 20, 2017

    Read the 10 way babies learn when we sing to them....Read More

  • "Be careful!": Teaching children to fear

    Rae Pica - December 18, 2017

    How many times do you imagine a child hears an adult say, "Be careful!"?...Read More

  • Dealing with Challenging Behavior During the Holiday Season

    Kaplan Early Learning - December 16, 2017

    The holiday season is a time of joy, but it can also be a difficult time of the year emotionally for many people. This is especially true for children who are being abused, grieving the loss of a loved one, living with grandparents or a foster family, or experiencing other tough situations....Read More

  • Ways to Help Deal with Separation Anxiety

    AZ Early Childhood Network - December 14, 2017

    Childcare drop off can be rough for children and their parents, and sometimes it can create challenges for childcare teachers. The wails and tears can cause guilt and anxiety feeding into parents and teachers concern about the child's emotional well-being....Read More