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1 Toddler Development Entry-Level Training Module II Lesson Two.

/self- care Unbreakable mirror Non-stereotypical pictures and picture books Multi-ethnic dolls Sensory play (water table, etc.) Art activities 13 Appropriate Schedules/Routines Consistent, predictable, yet flexible Ample blocks of time, few transitions Carefully planned transitions – Advance warnings – Non-verbal cues Allow for individual variations Balance of quiet and active times Caregivers interact positively during routines 14 Hope NOT to see… Restrictive; playpens, high/

Practical Life in the Toddler Environment Angela Roberts, Toddler Director Nora Faris, PhD, Associate Head of School The Montessori School, Chattanooga,

toddlers with the opportunity to develop good work habits, understand order, gain a sense of accomplishment Guidelines for Toddler Practical Life The children choose any lesson that they have been shown Toddlers/Carrying a tray Care of Environment Watering plants Sorting (silverware, keys) /Courtesy Lessons Greetings Social Conventions Table Manners Talking quietly Food Preparation/For Small Hands Catalog-age appropriate kitchen tools, cleaning tools, etc.) Plan Toys-natural wood toys for language activities/

Pediatric Radiology for Medical Students

the most frequently encountered viral agent in infants and toddlers Parainfluenza, influenza, and adenovirus are also common pathogens/peritonitis (due to obstruction and ischemia) Treated with water-soluble enemas to relieve the obstruction or surgically Multiple / trauma Usually manifest themselves when a new or intense activity is started Most common locations: tibia > fibula >/rays can be obtained for confirmation: Prone or cross table lateral Left side down decubitus or cross table lateral Left side /

1 The Olive Plants Around Your Table Psalm 128:3 and a Family Morning Wisdom Search Thy wife shall be as a fruitful vine by the sides of thine house:

children like olive plants round about thy table. www.firstbaptistlascolinas.orgwww.firstbaptistlascolinas.org, Pastor/toddlers will kneel if they see the rest of the family doing it!) Practice kneeling, praying, and crying out as a family. (Even toddlers/ of outward results (conformity to standards). Watering: Watering: Should be done deeply, but not too/, time-wasting activities, etc.) www.firstbaptistlascolinas.orgwww.firstbaptistlascolinas.org, Pastor Robert Rohlin 49 Prune for Fruitfulness (continued)/

Parenting 101 Finally, a manual just for new parents! From burping & bathing, to choosing the perfect babysitter.

Baby Bathtub – used on a table or used in the kitchen sink. This is better method for saving your back, but it / in shampoos and conditioners. Bath Time Cont’ Keep a watering can in the bathroom – it comes in handy when / it will taste good too! Miscellaneous: To encourage your cautious toddler to walk, try placing Cheerios along the furniture. When talking/parents; symptoms are different for each parent; the mother experiences extreme fatigue and lacks in normal brain wave activity and often seems to /


a few beans to “plant” in the dirt. Do this activity right before a weekend, and encourage students to water their beans before they leave the classroom. Leave the cover off of the sensory table for the weekend, and when you come back, the students will be/ child’s hands down suddenly.]  These songs about spring for infant and toddlers may end in laughter, but make sure to follow the child’s cues! If the child is squirming or fussing, start another activity and try the song again a different time. A RAIN /

Child Development & Parenting ARE YOU READY FOR PARENTHOOD?

, such as scissors and knives. 1. Practice coordination by painting, spreading bread, pour water in the tub, hop on one foot, etc.  They talk a lot and /completely normal for this age. Changes in Eating, Sleeping, and Toilet Training  Eating – 1. Joins the family for eating meal together. 2. Eat less than a toddler, although more active. 3/ friends Choose their hobbies Later bedtime than younger kids Typical Responsibilities Set table Take care of pets Clean room Eighth Grade Typical Freedoms Group dating/

Phlebotomy Safety for All Ages

child Always activate safety shields and dispose of all used equipment immediately after use Do not leave equipment or supplies on the exam table or / pad past their nose to arouse them Have the patient slowly sip water When a patient faints - Continued Have a Nurse or Doctor assess the/toddlers 12 – 18 months of age Use lancet with depth of puncture of 1.8 mm for toddlers 1.5 – 3 years of age Use the middle or ring finger Safety for Toddlers cont. Never leave the child unattended The child may be very active/

Infant nutrient needs Basis Approach Specific nutrients water energy protein fatty acids vitamin K Vitamin D Iron Fluoride.

recommendations Needs Individual –Genetics –Adaptation –Environment –Behavior/activity –Choices, access, resources –other Recommendations/guidelines DRI/for water or juice. Limit juice to four to six ounces per day. Give iron supplements to infants who are exclusively breastfeeding. Nine Months Start giving the infant table/for the first year of the infants life. Start Healthy feeding guidelines for infants and toddlers Start Healthy Feeding Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers Expert panel recommendations for/

Quality in Child Care and How to Measure it The Environment Rating Scales Training for Child Care Health Consultants Holly Clendenin, RN Child Care Health.

tables and proper hand washing of staff and children. ITERS- R Personal Care Routine-Greeting/Departing Warm greetings/departures with children and parents are necessary to meet children’s social/emotional needs. Greeting children in a positive way helps them feel welcome in the classroom and sets the tone for the whole day. Infant and toddlers/ after messy or sand or water play, after sneezing or coughing/and to prevent safety problems. Examples: moving active play away from quiet play, placing problem /

Non-milk feedings Solids Beikost Table foods. What factors influence food choices, eating behaviors, and acceptance?

Solids Beikost Table foods What/Water fluoridation is protective Associated with sleep problems & later weaning Early Childhood Caries: Cost $1,000 - $3,000 for repair Increased risk of developing new lesions in primary and permanent teeth The Start Healthy Feeding Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers (JADA, 2004) Some Issues: Foman, 1993 “For/ in physical activity Energy density of 0.67 kcal/g recommended for first year of life (Michaelson et al.) C-P-F: Recommendations No strong evidence for benefits from /

WestEd.org Documentation: Strategies, Tools & Practice Introduction to Infant/Toddler Curriculum Planning.

. The deliberate choice to observe and record what happens in the infant/toddler environment in order to reflect and communicate children’s discoveries. WestEd.org / cup at the water fountain. WestEd.org Is this meaningful documentation? Sheena and Ann sat on opposite sides of the picnic table, pouring sand into/about the meaning of the photograph? WestEd.org Small Group Activity: What are the essential elements of a practical system for documenting infants’ learning and development? Definitions: Practical – /

© 2008 Thomson - Wadsworth Chapter 12 Water and Major Minerals.

amounts in processed foods (approximately 75% of sodium in the diet) Table salt (approximately 15% added sodium in the diet) Sodium may be /for Adults: 10 mg/day Prevention of fluorosis Monitor fluoride content of local water supply. Supervise toddlers during tooth brushing. Watch quantity of toothpaste used (pea size) for toddlers/ in soybeans, legumes, flaxseeds, whole grains, fruits and vegetables Antioxidant activity Slow the growth of breast and prostrate cancer Supplements may stimulate the growth/

Little Fisher’s Daycare, Setting the Stage for Success Edwina Degayo EDU 673.

. Extra Ideas: Provide a variety of other textured books. Classroom activity... Since I live on an island, I thought doing an activity about turtles would be a fun and interesting topic. I would have to set-up my environment for the children to be able to observe and explore. For my sensory area, sand and water table, I would place small pebbles or rocks, toy turtles/

 Research Findings and need for Outdoor Safety Policies for Healthy Development  Organizing for Outdoor Safety  Outdoor Environmental Hazards -  Playground.

and metal toys rust  Children should keep shoes and socks on at all times. Use water shoes during water play (Sprinkler) ©2016 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. Observation: Children should be carefully observed/railings  low tables  tricycle paths  shorter slides  Gate with latch  Helmets for bikes  Low swings, infant swings, toddler swings ©2016 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved.  The Neighborhood ----  How might violence in a neighborhood impact child care?  Active Outdoor Supervision /

© 2008 Thomson - Wadsworth Opening Quiz Which of the following contributes most to the weight of the human body? a.Iron b.Water c.Protein d.Calcium Among.

amounts in processed foods (approximately 75% of sodium in the diet) Table salt (approximately 15% added sodium in the diet) Sodium may be /for Adults: 10 mg/day Prevention of fluorosis Monitor fluoride content of local water supply. Supervise toddlers during tooth brushing. Watch quantity of toothpaste used (pea size) for toddlers/ in soybeans, legumes, flaxseeds, whole grains, fruits and vegetables Antioxidant activity Slow the growth of breast and prostrate cancer Supplements may stimulate the growth/


consistent yet flexible routine. Provide for quiet and active experiences throughout the day. For meals, provide hearty foods with /.” Positive limit setting “Markers are for paper.” “ Food stays on the plate/table. Are you finished?” De-escalating /water. 2. Wet hands. 3. Get soap. 4. Rinse hands. Picture Sequence Charts 1. Turn on water. 2. Wet hands. 3. Get soap. 4. Rinse hands. 5. Turn off water/your group describing a situation with an infant or toddler in which you have been uncomfortable, annoyed, /

For Children and Young People with a Learning Disability (A supporting document for National Curriculum objectives) The Children’s Learning Disability.

ice breaker activity - work round the group using a beanbag (consider using more sensory objects such as slime, balloon filled with lentils or bowls of water). Each person/notice themselves. To discuss hair, eye colour. Bring photos for next weeks session of children as babies, toddlers, primary school and current. Say one thing they dont /Body Parts 54 55 Content: Opening song and greetings Attractiveness All to sit round table and look at magazine images, a selection of fabrics, textures, smells and voice /

1 Evidence-Based Practices for Promoting Literacy Development of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers Adaptations for Children with Disabilities Orelena.

table so it won’t slide and the child is able to write and draw independently. The adult may ask, “Is there anything that could be done to this item in order to support the child’s exploration or participation in the activity/ for participation with the least restriction—environment, activity, materials, instruction? 49 Exploring Water 50/toddler riding toys, such as a car, are also available. 55 Practice: Using Adaptations  Ask yourself: To what extent is Angelo currently participating in the activity/

Children at Play What does it Mean for the Development of Children?

they realize one thing can stand for another. By processing this knowledge, toddlers are able to imitate or /solve by working together to find a solution. Sand/Water Table Sometimes the rubber basin is filled with sand (/For them, its another fun activity. Its not a question of efficiency. Its tempting sometimes for grown-ups to do the task themselves, rather than exercise the patience it requires to help a preschooler through a chore. But allowing the young child to put away the blocks, wipe down the tables/

Evaluating State Public Health Nutrition Programs Marilyn Sitaker, MPH, Epidemiologist Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Nutrition and Physical Activity.

toddlers Physical activity Objectives: 1. Increase the number of people who have access to free or low cost recreational opportunities for physical activity 2. Increase the number of physical activity opportunities available to children 3. Increase the number of active/sink with soap & water, refrigerator to store milk.  Has a policy for employees to use paid time or flex time for exercise  Provides subsidy/foods or beverages. The foods listed in the table at the right are available from these “competitive /

Storytimes for Newborns to 2-Year Olds Presented by Kiomaris N. Fuller, MLIS, MPH.

’s interests. Fundamental reading technique where the audience is actively involved. Readingrockets.org The Changeable Elements Songs Fingerplays & Rhymes Action Rhymes Bounces & Stretches Free Play Parent Tip Classics for Baby & Toddler Storytime  Pat-a-cake  Where is Thumbkin?/  Easy to Contain Audience  Changing Tables  Room Set Up Steps: Before the Program  The Display  Check the Room Temperature  Start on Time  Review the Rules  Announcements Steps: Rules for YOUR Programs!! 1. If at any point/

Non-milk feedings Solids Beikost Table foods. What factors influence food choices, eating behaviors, and acceptance?

Table/for the Start Healthy Guidelines for Complementary foods (JADA, 2004) The Basics from AAP: Timing of Introduction of Non-milk Feedings Based on individual development, growth, activity/ State Water fluoridation is protective Associated with sleep problems & later weaning Early Childhood Caries: Cost $1,000 - $3,000 for repair Increased/Temperament –Preferences –Culture –Nutritional needs The Start Healthy Feeding Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers (JADA, 2004) C-P-F: Possible Concerns Michaelsen et al/

Positive Solutions for Families Session 5 Facing the Challenge Part 1 Originally developed by the Center on the Social-Emotional Foundations for Early.

feel really happy or proud about! Proud CA5 Behavior Communicates… What the infant, toddler, or young child is experiencing What it is like to be in that child’/ and re-engages the child in a more appropriate activity. –Example: A child is playing in the sink and splashing water all over the bathroom. The parent might help the/keeping all the pieces of that toy on the table!” 29CA What Would You Say (PDA)? Small Group Activity Your child sits at the table for a meal. Your child asks permission before talking/

In Pediatric Health Care Settings…  Goal is promoting a positive experience for the child  Cheerful, casual, safe atmosphere is important  Positive.

for patient/family teaching. Hospitalized Infant  Used to getting what they want when they want it  Miss continuous affection of their parents  Daily schedules are disrupted  Major goal: assist with the parent-infant attachment process and promote sensorimotor activities  Liberal visiting hours  Siblings can visit if not contagious  Consistency in caregivers is important at this stage of development Hospitalized Toddler/ active child in a baby swing, feeding table,/in the cheek  Water, fruit juice or/

C HARACTERISTICS OF P RESCHOOLERS. Just as infant and toddler classrooms are designed to meet the special needs of very young children, preschool classrooms.

RESCHOOLERS Just as infant and toddler classrooms are designed to meet / to be considerate of each other. Preschool children are ready to make activity selections. Preschool children enjoy working at tables The preschool child needs opportunities to pretend. The preschool child must have /and clearing the table and watering plants. Provide housekeeping toys. Encourage them to count household objects as you perform household tasks (for example, count the spoons, cups, etc. as you set the table). Read stories /

Grade 1Term 1. Welcome to Term 1 Welcome to the first term. After the long holidays it will take a couple of weeks for your children to settle back into.

that exercise is important; describe some differences they observe eg between babies and toddlers; recognise that medicines can be dangerous and recognise that animals produce young some/state the dangers of hot water or naked flame; describe what happens to water when it is heated and cooled; record observations in tables and recognise when simple comparisons/ evolved over time. The activities at the end of the unit have a more global emphasis which will be particularly suitable for more able children. The /

Child Care, Parenting, and Childhood Obesity Julie C. Lumeng, MD University of Michigan Center for Human Growth and Development Department of Pediatrics.

over time, but can change Temperament Traits Activity Level Rhythmicity/Regularity/Predictability Distractibility Approach or / dealing with this behavior?" What mom brings to the table Feeding styles –Pushing, pressuring, or prompting Thinner children /More divergent feeding practices Less mealtime structure at toddler/preschool age Baughcum 2001. J Developmental & Behavioral/ sour) in infancy predicts preference for sour in early childhood Exposure to sugar water in infancy predicts greater sweet preference/

CHILD CARE 1 TEST REVIEW On your paper, please write the question and answer- This can be a second type of test review for you! Good luck!

A.Knowledge of child development. B. Creativity. C.The ability to communicate with toddlers, using their language, so they will understand. D.The ability to work best / EDGES OF A CLOSET DOOR. WHAT SHOULD HE/SHE DO? A.Pour some water on the door. B.Use the fire drill procedure and leave the building./range of developmental interest. B.Simple activities for children to quickly accomplish. C.Teacher-supervised/directed equipment. D.Durable, brand name play equipment. TABLES AND CHAIRS LOCATED NEAR BOOK SHELVES/

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but are not limited to: Broken bones Lacerations Burns (hot water scald, iron) Abusive head trauma Any injury with a delay /require reporting: Unforced sexual activity between minors under 14 years who are "of like age" Unforced sexual activity between minors aged 14-17/reported if the perpetrator is a person responsible for the childs welfare Includes: Acts (i.e. locking a toddler in a hot car) Omissions (i.e/ was 2 days ago, and that he sits at the table while the rest of the family eats. What do you do/

Communicate All Day! Tools & Strategies for AAC Implementation December 11, 2014 ARIN IU 28 Presented by Jayna Greenfield, MS, CCC-SLP/L.

words used by toddlers in this study. Banajee, M., DiCarlo, C, & Buras- Stricklin, S. (2003). Core Vocabulary Determination for Toddlers, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 2, 67-73. So, when we think about selecting vocabulary for our AAC users,/ power point books*, fan, water fountain, door, window, light switch, etc.)  Be GOOFY !  Make BIG reactions!  BE THE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE!! 4. MODEL- Aided Language Input 5. TEACH the New Word(s) with Direct Instruction Activities  “Content is key. /

UBC Extended Session More than Babysitting.... Caregiver Training for those serving the Next Generations.

arrive. Be aware that Walkers, Toddlers and Two’s will be tired towards the end of the Extended Session care time so you may want to do some less active things with those children towards the end such as reading a book to them, playing a group game, doing a table activity with all of them. Ask the coordinator for ideas if needed. Introducing new/

Week 5 monday 9/21. Anna “My job is to be a mother substitute.” “The toddler curriculum is a curriculum of love and play.” “What was wrong with me that.

week 5 monday 9/21 Anna “My job is to be a mother substitute.” “The toddler curriculum is a curriculum of love and play.” “What was wrong with me that I was left-handed and black.” Loving/. Plan lots of activities. A thousand ideas will pop in your head—at 3am, tossing and turning thinking about the sensory table: sand? Noodles? Or water… but with water they have to wear smocks. Are there enough smocks for painting and water. Limit the number of kids if water? Leaf rubbings at the art table! That would be a/

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how foods are similar. Talk about the characteristics of food and help children make food categories. Integrate food activities throughout the day. Include food and food “talk” in dramatic play, stories and books. Teach about foods/for the children to serve themselves at this school. 5. You have infants through older toddlers (age 42 months) in your center. The staff ask you how they can make the concept of family style dining work with these young children. 6. As children pass the food around they table/

Welcome to Children’s Village! A safe, full-service, licensed and nationally accredited early childhood educational facility with programs for babies and.

learners. Our play-based early childhood center offers programs tailored to babies, toddlers and young children. Our infant-toddler program provides a loving “home away from home” for our youngest learners. Your little ones feel special thanks to our nurturing, / of reading. Children’s Village offers a summer program with fun outdoor activities like sprinklers, water tables, and wet sponge tosses. We also offer summer camp for older children that have graduated from Children’s Village. Children’s Village /

©2016 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. Chapter Eleven – Prevention of Illness through Infection Control Research Findings and Need for Wellness Policies.

 diseases spread through the air and person to person contact  Infants and toddlers mouth toys, so are more likely to be exposed to organisms that cause /Before/after using a water table Before/after using a sand box After touching animals Handwashing for teachers After handling / Cultural Competence  Provide resources for connection to source for immunization  Activities for Family Engagement ©2016 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. Building Curriculum For Children Modeling and practicing what they/

Holistic Development Social Emotional Development Positive experiences as infants and toddlers provide a foundation for children to develop more advanced.

animals, cars or people. Add fabric to the light table. Add bubbles to the water table. Borrow materials from other age groups. Observing a child’s interest in music can be the motivation for the intentional planning of an invitation to explore musical / activity, this soon became a language rich activity. The child requested real flour to make cookies. How could this activity be extended? Where do I put an invitation? Somewhere the children can see it such as a low table, shelf, windowsill or for infants/

The Nature of Science Unit I. Measurement   What kind of data can be collected?  qualitative data  quantitative data   What system is used for quantitative.

Nucleic acids are the genetic materials that direct the cell’s activities. All Organisms Need Energy Some make their own food (/the size you are now… Zygote…Embryo…Fetus…Newborn… Infant…Toddler…and so on…  Growth is the process of becoming/tables and graphs  Be able to identify and know function of lab equipment  Be able to read lab equipment  Metric Measurements/Conversions  Characteristics of Life The Chemistry of Water Why is water essential for life?  Makes up most content of cells  Required for/

Copyright © 2008 Thomson Wadsworth Publishing PowerPoint Lectures for Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, eleventh edition Frances Sizer and Ellie Whitney.

Dinner The Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study found that most infants /like to eat small portions of food at little tables. Choking To prevent choking: Encourage child to sit/ role in an active teen’s diet. Growth and Nutrient Needs of Teenagers Need for vitamins, minerals, the/for deficiency. Vitamin B 12 absorption also declines. Lifelong high intakes of vegetables correlate with less macular degeneration and cataracts. Water and the Minerals Dehydration is a major risk for older adults. Total body water/


experiences lead to acquired information BIRD SEED TODDLER http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMrGUqg3EXk&feature=related CONSTRUCTIVE PLAY  Acquired information and knowledge are applied  Activities are more intentional PRESCHOOLERS AND WATER http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXY2HKYFDVg / corn starch and water. Silly putty consists of equal parts liquid laundry starch and white glue. SHAVING CREAM Shaving cream is another inexpensive sensory activity for young children. Put it on the table and let children /

What’s for Snack? Nutrition to Support Healthy Growth.

for Lunch? Creating a Food & Nutrition Policy for Your Early Care & Education Program Nutrition policy, Family food practices 4.Count, Read, Share: The Meal Table as a Learning Center Mealtime learning activities/with poor health. Good nutrition helps children learn better. Infants and toddlers need good nutrition to support brain development Especially in infants... Chronic /variety of nutritious fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, water and milk. What nutritious foods do you like to serve/

Nature: The free antidepressant with no side effects Dr. Michael Cheng, Nature for Life Gallipeau Centre, Smiths Falls, Tues, Sep 30, 2014, 1-2 PM.

if we want… In the past… Dining room table was a place where families came together to eat/life… –Attachment/connection drives us through all stages of life –Infant/toddlers/children –Teenagers/youth –Adults Bowlby, 1940; Ainsworth, 1979; Schore/ activities, causing long-term problems VIDEO CLIP: Gary Turk’s Look Up Tips on Getting More Nature Tips for /: Staying grounded and being present –Metal: Mental clarity and determination –Water: Spirit and synchronicity –Wood: Growth Trees, plants, flowers, pictures /

Nutrition N1037. Introduction Key term: nutrition Integrated Pan-Canadian Healthy Living Strategy goals: Healthy eating Physical activity Healthy weight.

to the body. Carbohydrates Protein Fats, Vitamins and minerals Water Nutrients Carbohydrates Supply energy and fibre 45% to 60% / with a bottle? Nutritional Guidelines for Toddlers Physical growth slows Increased independence Small portions Offer one new food/ Rays Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) scan Activities Review your 24 hour food recall – compare to Canada/etiquet/nutrition/cons/inl_main-eng.php Contents: 1. Nutrition Facts Table 2. Specific Amount of Food 3. % Daily Value 4/

+ The Brain – is wider than the Sky For – put them side to side – The one the other will contain With ease – and You – beside – The Brain is deeper than.

The brain also needs ___ to 12 glasses of water/day. Water is necessary for electrolyte balance. _____________ is connected to poor learning./ Efforts that Affect Quality Pennsylvania’s Early Learning Standards Infants and Toddlers Pre-Kindergarten Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Pennsylvania’s Academic Standards/Common/ Optimize Learning with Brain-based Research Afternoon Session + Case Study Activity Table Groups One case study (two tables will have the same case study) Answer the questions and then/

Childhood Nutrition Created by Katie Foster Locust Grove Nutrition & Food Science Food For Life: Childhood Nutrition.

activities are important. Very active during these years and parents should encourage exercise through play. Exercise promotes wellness and helps them develop strong muscles. Nutrient Needs During Childhood Preschool and school age children need more nutrients than infants and toddlers due to larger body size. Requirements for high quality protein, vitamins and minerals increase for/ interactions You don’t want to them to dread coming to the table It should be a time the family is together and happy. Don/

Ms. Ericsson. Opening Activity How many of you ever babysat before?  Let’s reflect on babysitting:

an entertainer, not a best friend Ideas for activities: – Music – Board games – Hide and seek – I spy – Hop scotch – Paint projects – Puzzles – Make snacks – Clay – Play dough Safety Tips Requires your full attention Safety Tips Household Tips: – Appliances – Windows, doors, lights, and alarms – Smoke detectors – Outside the house Safety Tips The Child’s Safety – Food – Water – Falls – Poisons and sharp objects – Burns/scalds/

Why Create a National Model Aquatic Health Code? LCDR Jasen Kunz, MPH, REHS Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Environmental Health Services Branch.

Activities: Participation in Selected Sports Activities 2007. Available at http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/2010/tables/10s1212.pdf http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/2010/tables/10s1212.pdf Swimming is Communal Bathing  Swimming = Sharing the water and contaminants in it  Actions of pool operator and swimmers affect others  Heavy use by diapered and toddler/Health Law package to facilitate usage/adoption  Evaluative tools for tracking implementation  Process indicators (i.e., wording elements/

© 2007 Thomson - Wadsworth Chapter 7 Water and Minerals.

Water— The Most Essential Nutrient Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): arm of the government responsible for monitoring municipal water supplies. Water/.S. diet Salt added during cooking or at the table = 15% of the sodium Sodium added by food /Trace Minerals Iron Iron deficiency is prevalent among toddlers, adolescent girls, and women of childbearing age./for energy. Selenium: functions as part of an antioxidant enzyme and can substitute for vitamin E in some of that vitamin’s antioxidant activities/

Chapter 12 Water video Water And The Major Minerals.

9 cups of water –Adult male require about 13 cups of water physical activity air temperature diet water sources: Water most fruits and vegetables contain up to 90% water Meets body’s/ sodium 5% is added during cooking 6% used to season foods at the table Sodium Sodium Recommendation 1500 mg/day (19-50 yr) 1300 mg/day (51/–Pica - craving for non nutrient substances like chalk or ice, common among pregnant women Pre-menopausal women, pregnant women, preterm and low birth weight children and toddlers are all at /


her at the moment. (BEGINS in TODDLERS) C. SOLITARY / PASSIVE PLAY: / Motor / Manipulative Play Sand or water or other sensory table play Painting Puzzles Play dough Cutting /for warmth, comfort, and noise control. Provide props other than blocks: furniture, people, cars, animals, road signs….. 3. Sensory Motor / Discovery Play Using senses and fine motor skills to learn.  If they use all 5 senses at the same time, they will learn best. Play dough, sand, water, finger paint, rice bucket, listening activities/

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