May 122017
 

by Maritza Rodriguez…….

SAFETY
Activities, meal times, and lessons should always be planned taking safety in consideration to avoid injury, illness or harm to any child in your care.
Safety extends into nearly all aspects of a registered home daycare, or a facility.

FIRST AID
All childhood educators should have up to date First Aid and C.P.R. qualifications in order to provide the best possible care.
The emergency kit should always be accessible, it should be checked on a regular basis and restocked if needed. Be sure to check for expired supplies.

NUTRITION
A healthy diet helps children grow and learn. Nutrition is a significant factor in the growth of a child. Good nutrition provides energy and nutrients essential to life and promotes ongoing physical, social, and emotional development. Healthy diet also prevents obesity and weight.

Give your child a nutritional diet, limit fast food, especially junk food.

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