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Shelbypoole

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Providers can limit screen time and allow the child to explore toys and learn how to use them. Providers can also be interactive with children to help them learn to communicate.
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Providers can support early brain development by ensuring that the children are challenged to explore and stay engaged. 
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rjfranklin23

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Providers can support early brain development by promoting language, providing children with age appropriate materials, giving children new challenging opportunities that build off concepts they have already learned and giving children a wide range of engaging materials.

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SierraKowalski

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Providers can best support brain development by building relationships and providing resources to parents for at home. Of course what we do in school is important but we're required to have many trainings that educate us.
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2017207

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- build strong, healthy relationships
- keep children away from screens
- nurture connections
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devfreim

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limiting screentime while providing the child with a positive and supportive caregiver are excellent steps in supporting early brain development.
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stormymcphail

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Abc games, counting and reading to/ with them.
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srambow

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Giving loving and nurturing care, building up a relationship with the child and challenging them through games, work. Communicating positively.
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Seattle206

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Be carving and understanding with the children and building a positive and strong relationship with the children. Communicate positively and provide good education and challanges that are age appropriate.
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SelenaGreen86

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Providers can support brain development by avoiding or minimizing toxic stress exposure by providing loving care and support, and by avoiding screen time in the facility.

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AmberCColter

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Providers can support healthy brain function by not having any screen time while at the childcare. Having a variety of activities and toys that help develop the brain is helpful. By reading to children everyday is also good. Pay close attention to children if abuse is suspected. Watch to see if their are any developmental delays.
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