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How to Incorporate SEL at Home

Using the SEL (Social-Emotional Learning) curriculum at home is good for children. When you include SEL activities in your everyday schedule, you create a caring space that helps your child not only do well in their early childhood setting, but also learn important life skills for their overall happiness and health.

Here are some easy ways you can include social-emotional learning at home!

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The Battle of Bedtime – Methods for Managing the Struggle

The Battle of Bedtime – Methods for Managing the Struggle

Bedtime – a time that should feel peaceful and inviting. Yet, for many parents, convincing a child to embrace the tranquility of bedtime can feel like trying to tame a tornado. We understand the unique challenges that can turn this routine into a battlefield, but fear not, for there are solutions to turn the nightly chaos into a peaceful lullaby.

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Why They Should Play

Why They Should Play

Play is such an important part of a child’s life. Why? Because through peekaboo, tea parties, and playing house, children learn to be creative and interact socially. Play helps children to develop cognitively, physical, socially, and emotionally.

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The Benefits of Storytelling

The Benefits of Storytelling

The early stages of childhood are full of questions and imagination. As children grow, they become curious to learn more. Storytelling is a perfect way to foster your child’s imagination and teach them about life, the world, and themselves.

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The Benefits of Mindfulness in Children

The Benefits of Mindfulness in Children

Mindfulness allows us to observe our surroundings, thoughts, and feelings, and to develop self-awareness. When we teach mindfulness to children, we give them the tools they need to build confidence, cope with stress, and relate to uncomfortable or challenging moments.

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The Who’s Who at Your CDC

The Who’s Who at Your CDC

Wyoming’s Child Development Centers are dedicated to helping your children and your family thrive. Many people in varying roles make up the teams of early childhood professionals who care for your children through screenings, developmental services, and personalized relationships.

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What is a Child Development Center?

What is a Child Development Center?

Child Development Centers in Wyoming are dedicated to helping your children and your family thrive by offering free developmental screenings and developmental services for children ages birth through five as well as preschool or child care.

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What is Part C?

What is Part C?

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law that makes free public education available, and it’s tailored to the individual needs of all eligible children with disabilities.

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What is Part B?

What is Part B?

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law that makes free public education available, and it’s tailored to the individual needs of all eligible children with disabilities. Federal grants allow these free services …

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We Are Screen For Success

We Are Screen For Success

Screen for Success is a campaign from the Wyoming Department of Health on a mission to spread awareness about all the positive elements of early childhood developmental screenings. We’re here to show families, child care providers …

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