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CHILDREN MATTER. The Leelanau Children's Center provides high-quality early childhood educational programs & advocates for children, parents, and families.
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LeelanauChildren Aug 16
While LCC offers better than average wages/benefits, they're not a kindergarten teacher's salary. Child Care Aware America explains why, even though parents in the US pay a lot for care, not enough is left for adequate provider salaries and benefits.
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LeelanauChildren Aug 8
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The Leelanau Children's Center - Northport seeks a GSRP teacher. Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development with a specialization in preschool teaching/teaching certificate with ZA endorsement/Early Childhood - General and Special Education (ZS) endorsement.
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LeelanauChildren Aug 8
How does American culture impact parenting?
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LeelanauChildren Jun 24
Early education has economic impact. Or, what EC providers already knew :)
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LeelanauChildren May 11
We're hiring! Join us for a great summer of sun and games. Toddler teacher - Northport Support staff - Northport & Leland summer/school year, part/full time.
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LeelanauChildren May 10
LCC is hiring! Summer toddler teacher in Northport and support staff in Leland and Northport. Join us for summer up north!
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LeelanauChildren May 3
Simple: Good People + Lots of Toys and Materials + Adequate Space = Happy Kids Realistic: Qualified, Educated, Observant Staff + Loose Parts, Non-Determinant Parts, Natural Materials + Ample Space, Sensory Exploration, Places for Safety/Risk = Quality Early Care & Ed Jim Greenman
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LeelanauChildren Apr 11
Compound Word riddles at morning circle. How many can you think of? This activity involves symbolic representation (reading skill) and math (parts of a whole)!
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LeelanauChildren Apr 4
We humans - babies - are wondrously designed.
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LeelanauChildren Mar 21
When was the last time your child was allowed reasonable, unsupervised play or time alone? Resiliency and fragility are both taught by adult action.
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LeelanauChildren Mar 12
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LeelanauChildren Mar 8
We can, and must, do better Michigan.
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LeelanauChildren Mar 5
The case is clear: Investments in young children have enormous payoffs for society. The U.N. Sustainable Development Goal 4 is “ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development.”
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LeelanauChildren Feb 26
Companies will save an estimated $1.3 trillion over the next decade thanks to the new tax bill. Child care, one of the biggest costs and sources of stress for most American working families, isn’t even on the table.
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LeelanauChildren Feb 19
The amount of close and comforting contact between infants and their caregivers can affect children at the molecular level, an effect detectable four years later, according to new research.
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LeelanauChildren Feb 13
Pediatrics journal links “early exposure to television was associated with subsequent attentional problems.” Limit screen time, and take your kids and head outdoors :)
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LeelanauChildren Feb 6
Early childhood experiences change the way children's brains are wired and how they learn learn - for life.
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LeelanauChildren Feb 2
This is what high quality early childhood programs look like - check out the article and film featuring LCC in the 2nd issue of the Boardman Review!
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LeelanauChildren Jan 31
The best classroom and the richest cupboard is roofed only by the sky. -Margaret McMillan
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LeelanauChildren Jan 30
Lack of childcare has a negative impact on parents & economic development. Poor quality care negatively impacts children. Advocate for high quality early childhood education and care to support children, families and the economy.
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