June 10, 2020 Infant/Toddler Movement as a Foundation for Learning Are you interested in exploring movement as the foundation of learning? Join the National Center on Early Childhood Health and Wellness (NCECHW) on June 23 for their webinar, “Tummy Time: Infant/Toddler Movement as a Foundation for Learning.” About Infants enter the world prewired and primed to move. In this session, participants will learn about the impact tummy time has on brain and muscle development and its influence on developmental milestone progression. Additionally, participants will learn their role in how to create an environment that stimulates, promotes, and supports motor development. This webinar is best suited for early childhood education teachers and administrators; family child care providers; infant/toddler coaches, consultants, and specialists; Child Care Resource and Referral leadership and staff; parents; and guardians. Featured Topics Topics include the following: gross motor development, tummy time best practices, creating an environment that supports an active child, and the caregiver/parent’s role in tummy time. Registration To register and learn more, visit the event webpage. More Information For questions, contact NCECHW at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888.227.5125.