Gwen receiving dyslexia proclamation from Governor Pete Ricketts
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We believe parents are the first teachers of their children. We believe professional early childhood childcare professionals and parents can work together to ensure children succeed academically and in life.
Safe Haven offers and Early Childhood & Parent Network to support early childhood childcare providers and parents by inspiring, empowering, advocating and educating through educational services, conferences, training workshops, meetings, policy and legislation.
The Early Childhood & Parent Network Reading Literacy & Healthy Education conferences are held to provide professional development, educational training, and to raise awareness about learning disabilities, dyslexia. The conferences share educational ideas and activities that can be used in the childcare setting and home. The conference provides and opportunity for childcare providers and parents to connect in one place to learn about childcare businesses education and daycare services. The conference provides and opportunity for childcare providers and parents to learn how they can work together to ensure children succeed academically and in life.
In 2015 the Early Childhood & Parent Network began raising awareness about 115 childcare businesses being forced out of business in the North Omaha area after being sabotaged and monopolized by the Omaha Public School System and Educare, Learning Community Center Partnership. Early Childhood & Parent Network also worked to stop LB 773 Workforce bill that would have affected all childcare business across Nebraska. The Early Childhood & Parent Network believes that parents are their children first teacher and have a right to decided who educate and takes care of their children. We must work together to protect the In-home, and childcare centers so that parents have a choice and are supported so their children can succeed academically and in life.
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Preparing Children Early for Kindergarten
Story & Activity time; Teacher ask open and ended questions about farm animals and preschoolers ask questions and discuss how many animals live on the farm, the name of the animals, color of that animal and the kind of food animals eat. The idea is to help children think about the farm animals and ask question to build their language, vocabulary, counting and social skills. (Pictures courtesy of Safe Haven Early Childhood Preschool Education Academy)
(Pictures courtesy of Safe Haven Early Childhood Preschool Education Academy)
Gwen Easter has been appointed by Governor Pete Ricketts to be a member of the Early Childhood Interagency Coordinating Council, representing family home child-care operators.
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Safe Haven offers the Early Childhood & Parent Network to support early childhood childcare providers and parents by inspiring, empowering, educate, and advocating through educational services and resources, conferences, training workshops, meetings, policy and legislation.