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Child care providers invited to join CCRC's virtual story time

Child care providers invited to join CCRC's virtual story time

When children hear a story, they’re not only entertained but they sharpen their cognitive skills. Child Care Resource Center is hosting a series of free virtual story time sessions that take place four days each week.

Setting resolutions for the New Year with your child

Setting resolutions for the New Year with your child

1-6-2021

The New Year is a time when many people make resolutions to improve themselves or achieve new goals.

Kid-friendly ornament activities to liven up your home this holiday season

Kid-friendly ornament activities to liven up your home this holiday season

12-8-2020

The holiday festivities this year are a bit different due to California’s stay-at-home order but that doesn’t mean you can’t inspire some holiday cheer at home.

Invite your children to be holiday meal helpers

Invite your children to be holiday meal helpers

11.23.20

Though the Thanksgiving tradition of bringing friends and family together around the dinner table may look a little different this year, that doesn’t mean the occasion can’t still be warm and memorable.

CCRC's Winter Wonderland bingo night is SOLD OUT

CCRC's Winter Wonderland bingo night is SOLD OUT

11.18.20

The holiday season is all about giving and this year, helping others is as fun and easy as a single five letter word: B-I-N-G-O!

Write a message in a bottle with invisible ink

Write a message in a bottle with invisible ink

If you want to wow your kids with a simple but fascinating project that gets them excited to practice writing, try this invisible ink message in a bottle project.

Fun and safe Halloween activities to do from home

Fun and safe Halloween activities to do from home

Halloween is fast approaching but this year, California health officials are advising against trick-or-treat due to the pandemic. But there are still a number of fun, festive activities your child can do safely from home.

This project is for the birds

This project is for the birds

If you and your family enjoy seeing nature outside your window, invite some feathered friends to your yard and get creative at the same time by making a bird feeder with your child.

Pumpkin treats your kids will love this fall!

Pumpkin treats your kids will love this fall!

For many of us, celebrating the Harvest season means cozy cardigans and lots of pumpkin-themed snacks. While many of the common treats – pumpkin bars, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin ice cream – can be packed with sugar, there are many tasty alternatives that your kid (and you!) will not only love to eat but help prepare.

Virtual paint night - Día de Los Muertos theme

Virtual paint night - Día de Los Muertos theme

Whether you celebrate Halloween or Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the month of October is a time to be festive and get in the spirit of the holiday. California health officials are recommending against trick-or-treat due to COVID-19 but this fun, safe alternative gives you and your children a night to remember without the sugar.

Virtual Bingo Night for the Whole Family!

Virtual Bingo Night for the Whole Family!

If you’re starting to feel the boredom of spending more time at home, you’ll want to check out this fun Child Care Resource Center Bingo Night B4 (get it?) – you decide to watch reruns on TV.

Catch some sun with this colorful craft

Catch some sun with this colorful craft

Where we live in southern California, the sun’s rays are out in full effect 284 days of the year. That’s 80 more than the U.S. average! What better way to capture that warmth than with a cosmic sun catcher?

Ways to Succeed with Virtual Learning

Ways to Succeed with Virtual Learning

Due to health concerns presented by the novel coronavirus, students of LA and San Bernardino County schools must begin the new school year remotely. Though distance learning will surely challenge parents and students, we at the Child Care Resource Center have some doctor-recommended tips for making the most of this safer home-based option.

Latest Resources for Child Care Providers

Latest Resources for Child Care Providers

Child care is a necessity and thousands of essential workers need child care during this pandemic. COVID-19 has changed the way we live, interact with others, learn and operate our businesses. We are here to help you, by providing information and tools to keep your staff and children you serve healthy and safe.

Take the Learning and Fun Outside

Take the Learning and Fun Outside

Summer is here and our beautiful southern California weather makes it hard to stay inside. While shelter in place is still in effect for Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties, you can safely set up activities in your backyard that your children will love! Here's a list of activities we love because you can use what you have at home and you can change them up weekly.

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SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

20001 Prairie Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311

818.717.1000

Monday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

ANTELOPE VALLEY

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

250 Grand Cypress Avenue
Palmdale, CA 93551

661.789.1200

Monday: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

SAN BERNARDINO

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

1111 East Mill Street, Suite 100
San Bernardino, CA 92408

909.384.8000

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

VICTORVILLE

CCRC Lobbies are closed.

15456 West Sage Street
Victorville, CA 92392

760.245.0770

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm