As much as we plan and have routines in place for the children within our settings, sometimes there are moments when we have to preform non-routine physical care with children. A sick child will require different care than a well child, a child may come down sick while attending the …Read More »
All children and babies need adults to take care of them and show them how to develop their personal care. And as the care providers we also need to work in partnership with their parents and carers to follow routines the child is use to at home. It is expected …Read More »
Children needs regular exercise to keep them healthy and smart, and this can be both indoors and outdoors through different ways. Exercise helps to maintain a healthy lifestyle along with good mental, physical wellbeing, confidence, self-esteem, better memory and performance in school. If children don’t get enough exercise and are …Read More »
Evaluate the effectiveness of your setting in providing inclusive indoor and outdoor provision. What recommendations would you make?
There are lots of great things children can do whilst indoors and outdoor. Indoors there is home corner, where they can learn about life skills and at the same time playing together. Also indoor they can play with lots of cars, trains, blocks for fine motor skills. The indoor provisions …Read More »
There are national and local initiatives that encourage exercise in both children, parents/carers. These local initiatives are really important because they offer support for people to find out ways to improve their children’s health and well being , and to participate in activities in their locality. All these organisations have …Read More »
It’s important that children can play both indoors and outdoors in a safe environment that is accessible both when sunny and raining, so taking into consideration shade and shelter from adverse weather is very important when planning any outdoor activities for children . Most councils and schools set up a …Read More »
Explain the impact on health and development of food choices during pre-pregnancy ,pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Explain the impact on health and development of food choices during pre-pregnancy ,pregnancy and breastfeeding. The significance of a healthy diet before a women gets pregnant, while pregnant and breastfeeds, are well known to have health benefits in the long and short term for both the women and baby growing …Read More »
How to Outline the reasons for special dietary requirements and why it is important to record and share information regarding those requirements.
Outline the reasons for special dietary requirements and why it is important to record and share information regarding those requirements. Some children may have certain food they cannot eat due to illness, cultural beliefs, allergies or personal preference it’s important to know and understand what they can and can’t eat …Read More »
Unit 1:Outline the food and drink requirements in relation to current frameworks. Children should be offered healthy food and drinks within the setting, the early year’s practitioner must talk with the parents or carers before a child starts at their setting to find out if they have any food or …Read More »
Unit1 :Give a clear and detailed account of what constitutes healthy eating. Healthy eating is maintaining a balanced diet with the appropriate amount of food that also has the essential nutrients within the diet. As you grow your nutritional needs within your diet will change as your body changes and …Read More »