It takes time for caregivers to learn the cues of the babies in their care. And babies need to get to know and trust their caregivers! This can’t happen if a baby has too many adults in their day or if they move to a new classroom every few months. Early childhood researchers suggest that infants and toddlers should spend their first three years in consistent care to allow secure attachments to develop. This article from Early Childhood News will help you to learn a multitude of techniques that help build attachment and security for infants in your care.