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Renshaw Early Childhood Center

Picture schedules used in the Renshaw Early Childhood CenterChild coloring at tableChild playing in the ball pitchildren having snack at ECCtoy bins in the Early Childhood Centerchild playing with the train tablechildren listening to a book at circle time

Picture schedules are used as visual supports to assist children with transitioning between activities.

Coloring and art activities help children develop writing skills.

Play in the ball pit provides sensory stimulation and gross motor fun.

Snack at the Renshaw Early Childhood Center enhances social skills as well as independence in adaptive development.

Picture labels help children learn to clean up and organize toys.

The train table is a favorite of children attending the Renshaw Early Childhood Center.

Circle time teaches children to listen and participate in group activities.

The mission of the Vickie & Dan Renshaw Early Childhood Center (RECC) is to advance the development and learning potential of children of all abilities through early childhood services and hands-on training for students who will be future educators, therapists, and/or early childhood professionals. The RECC serves children with and without disabilities.


The Vickie & Dan Renshaw Early Childhood Center will provide opportunities for students to: work on interdisciplinary teams with trained health and educational professionals while providing services to young children in inclusive settings, increase community partnerships to address the needs of young children in our community, advance research to increase understanding of child development and effective educational practices for children with developmental delays and/or disabilities, and link community and university resources to address service gaps within our own community.


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The Renshaw Early Childhood Center is pleased to announce that it has recently been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.  Click here to learn more about this outstanding accomplishment.

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