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9 Hour Communication Training for Child Care

9 Hour Communication Training for Child Care This course fullfills the Maryland 9-Hour Communication course requirement   MUST attend all 3 training dates: February 25, March 4 and March 11

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Exploring Math Concepts with Children's Books

Exploring Math Concepts with Children's Books Literature is an ideal vehicle to help young children see the importance of numbers and math concepts in their daily lives. This worshop explores the many ways of creating a classroom environment that stimulates mathematical thinking, and preparing fun math activities based on children's literature COK: 3 hours Curriculum

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Basic Health & Safety Training

Basic Health and Safety Training This workshop provides an overview of basic health and safety topics including the prevention and control of infectious diseases, SIDS, shaken baby syndrome and head trauma, food allergies, vehicle and transportation safety, child abuse, building safety and others. This workshop will satisfy the anticipated COMAR required training CCDBG/CCDFguideline MSDE Core of Knowledge: 3 Hours Health, Safety and Nutrition 

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9 Hour Communication Training for Child Care

This course fullfills the Maryland 9-Hour Communication course requirement MUST ATTEND all 3 Trainings: March 4, March 1 and March 18, 2019

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Creating Preschool Coding Stories and Games

Coding stories and coding games are playful, hands-on ways for children to explore and experiment with early coding. They offer opportunities for interactions and collaborative learning. If coding is new to you, you will find that it builds on many early math and literacy concepts you are familiar with. COK: 2 hours Curriculum

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Behavior Guidance for Infants and Toddlers

This training will outline the developmentally appropriate, yet sometimes challenging, behaviors of children, birth through age 3. Through the review of developmentally appropriate behaviors and strategies to prevent or redirect sometimes challenging experiences, providers will complete the training with new strategies to implement with children in their programs. Participants will begin to develop the knowledge and strategies necessary to properly redirect children's negative or challenging...

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Center Aide Orientation

Center Aide Orientation This class is created to meet the OCC requirement for center aide orientation.  This class will teach the participants how to be a professional in the workplace, how to appropriately supervise children and how to work with parents as well as validate the importance of their job.  These topics will lay a foundation for success as the aide begins their position in a child care program.

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Center Aide Orientation

Center Aide Orientation This class is created to meet the OCC requirement for center aide orientation.  This class will teach the participants how to be a professional in the workplace, how to appropriately supervise children and how to work with parents as well as validate the importance of their job.  These topics will lay a foundation for success as the aide begins their position in a child care program.

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Exploring Social Studies Concepts with Children's Book

Young children are naturally curious about the people and places in their world, this desire to learn about their world is what social studies is all about. Creating a learning environment that encourages exploration of our world and its people is an important component of early education. Children's literature that focuses on the various concepts of social studies is an ideal catclyst to help children learn about the world and its peoples.   2 hours Curriculum

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Infant and Toddler STEM

FREE Training

Infant and Toddler STEM From birth children are inquisitive. You can nurture early science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts and skills through daily routines and play and exploration activities that you provide for babies and children in your program. By talking, reading, singing, playing, signing, or using other ways to communicate- whatever works best for your infants and toddlers- you can help them purposefully develop STEM skills. COK: 2 hours Curriculum

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