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  1. Health and safety considerations caring for young children with exceptional health care needs (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:402727) by Betty Presler, 1996
  2. Poison prevention: A guide for teaching poison awareness to preschool children by Lorraine L Murray, 1992

41. Health Nutrition And Safety Newsletter For Preschool And Healthkick Nutrition Ce
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Lot of interesting information about healthkick nutrition center y to get a solution if you pick foods). Click Search in this topic. Your place for diabetes information, diabetic support, and diabetes news and research. Diabetes. Food and dietary resources, including information on carbohydrate counting, exchange lists, diabetic has the best price comparison shopping information for Dr. health nutrition and safety newsletter for preschool for you only here -Fast Foods, announced in July that US profits had dropped 23 percent, it quickly pointed an accusing finger at the Atkins diet, the trendy Celebrity Diet Match Game. Some celebrities follow simple, commonsense diets to stay in shape, but others rely on quirky rituals to keep the pounds off. Special Diet Cookies. More useful information about nutrition for newsletter safety and preschool health
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42. Head Start Information And Publication Center: Transportation Safety Bibliograph
for the transportation of preschoolage children in to Federal Motor Vehicle safety Standards and For information requests contact
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Transportation Safety Bibliography
Missouri Safety Center. National Standards for School Buses and School Bus Operators. Central Missouri State University, 2000.
This 2000 revised edition provides recommendations for standards for school buses and their operation. It covers standards for bus chassis and body, alternative fuels, pupil management, special needs student transportation, and infants/toddlers and preschool children.
Missouri Safety Center
Central Missouri State University
Humphreys, Suite 201
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Internet: National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. Guidelines for the Use of Child Support Safety Restraint Systems in the Safe Transportation of Preschool Age Children in School Buses. U.S. Department of Transportation, 1999.

43. HSIPC - 1999 Head Start Information Memorandum: Child Safety Restraints (in Vehi
SUBJECT New NHTSA Guideline for the Use of Child safety Restraint Systems in The Safe Transportation of preschool Age Children in School Buses . information
Administration for Children and Families U.S. DEPARTMENT
Administration on Children, Youth and Families 1. Log No. ACYF-HS-IM-99-07 2. Issuance Date: 06/11/99 3. Originating Office: Head Start Bureau 4. Key Word: Child Safety Restraints (in vehicles); Transportation INFORMATION MEMORANDUM Attachment 1 Attachment 2 (links to NHTSA) TO: Head Start Grantee and Delegate Agencies SUBJECT: New NHTSA "Guideline for the Use of Child Safety Restraint Systems in The Safe Transportation of Preschool Age Children in School Buses". INFORMATION: An increasing number of pre-school age children are being transported to and from early childhood development programs, including Head Start and Early Head Start. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the Federal Agency responsible for assessing and improving the safety of transportation. In February 1999, NHTSA issued the "Guideline for the Safe Transportation of Pre-School Age Children in School Buses". NHTSA recently conducted tests to determine the safest method to transport pre-school children on school buses. The use of seat belts, child safety seats, and available spacing between bus seats were considered. Based on the results

44. Health Education Database | Health & Safety Resources | Child Health & Safety |
Health safety » Health safety Resources » Health child care, after school care, or a preschool. For more information, contact Child Care Resources, (206

45. Health Education Database | Health & Safety Resources | Child Health & Safety |
Child Health safety » Health safety Resources » Health toddler (03 yrs), and preschool age (3 For more information contact Children s Hospital Regional

46. Preschool Education Resources And Information Online
com preschool Presents advice and information relating to Forum for parents and teachers of preschoolers offers articles, health and safety tips, and

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47. Wiradjuri Preschool And Child Care Centre. - Enrolment Information
Enrolment information. Wiradjuri preschool and Childcare Centre has received three years are Interactions; Program; Nutrition, Health and safety; and Management
Enrolment Information
Adult/Child ratios
Adult/Child ratios as set out in the conditions of license are maintained at all times. Currently this is set as 1:11.
Fees (as of 2003)
Weekly Daily Session Fees are payable fortnightly, and in advance.
Fees are paid for the days your child is booked into the centre, including Public Holidays and when your child is absent due to illness. If your child is unable to attend please notify the Centre. Two weeks notice is required to withdraw your child from the program once a permanent place has been confirmed. Child Care Benefit (CCB) is available through application to the Family Assistance Office (FAO). The minimum CCB is available to all families.
Business Hours
8.00 am - 5.30 pm Monday to Friday
Arrival and Departure Times
The Centre opens at 8.00 am and closes at 5.30 pm. Late Fees are payable for the collection of children beyond their booked sessions unless prior arrangements have been made with the Director.
Entry and Exit Requirements
Age Range: 3-6 years with toilet trained 2 year olds considered under some circumstances, e.g. siblings.

48. Parent Advisory Council/SCCC
Dear preschool Community, As the new year begins, so does the season of searching for a Kindergarten Recalled Items Here is some safety information to check on

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*On Time Enrollment period for Seattle Public Schools is
February 1-28 June 2004 S M T W T F S Click Here for Full Calendar Members List:
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Lakewood: TBD Queene Anne: TBD Capitol Hill: TBD Seattle Central: Pam M Madison Park: Kirsten W Links Section KING 5/CHOOSING A SCHOOL SEATTLE LIBRARY SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SEATTLE TIMES SCHOOL GUIDE ... 11/15/00 SEATTLE TIMES:PRIVATE VS PUBLIC Parent Advisory Council/SCCC
    The Schools how to understand them. Teaches you how to know what schools are really telling you when you visit schools. Provides you with specific things to look for so you can get what you want in a school. Parental Considerations -your educational values and factors. Evaluating your educational values. Clarifying the factors you need to consider as the parent. Your Child as a Learner
You might also want to look for their popular talks at the Seattle Public Library where they give a 1 hour general overview of the search process. This is followed by a presentation by the Seattle Public Schools about their registration process. Please share this information with the families in your school. Recalled Items Here is some safety information to check on. There are many items on The Consumer Product Safety Commission website that have been recalled. Please refer to it before you buy or use an item that came from a garage sale or a well meaning friend. Many standards have changed recently and we all want to keep our children safe. Check it out

49. Riley Hospital For Children
the Community Education Department, includes information and recommendations large floor mat water safety game available for loan to preschool and kindergarten

50. San Luis Obispo County Nutrition, Family And Consumer Science Programs - San Lui
residents to obtain foods safety information provided by Click Food safety and Preservation Educators to see TakeAlong Lunches for preschool Childrenthanks,_Family_and_Consumer_Science208/
Main Menu Nutrition, Family and Consumer Science Programs Nutrition, Family and Consumer Science Programs Links Staff ... Weather Nutrition, Family and Consumer Science Programs
pyramid The Cooperative Extension Nutrition, Family, and Consumer Science program in San Luis Obispo County offer programming to consumers and professionals. Our programs include work in nutrition and food safety, parenting, and family resource management.
Food and Nutrition Programs
The Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (FSNEP)
is designed to assist Food Stamp recipients in purchasing the most nutrition for their food dollar. Classes emphasize the importance of a balanced diet, food shopping, and food safety. Funded by the USDA, this program is provided in 41 California counties through a contract with the California Department of Social Services.
Youth FSNEP is offered free to public schools that serve free or reduced lunches to 50% or more of the student body, school staff is provided curriculum and hands-on training to implement nutrition education in the classroom. Cooperating teachers select from several curriculum options to best meet the needs of their students, including curricula that combine nutrition and gardening. The Ag Education Committee and CE Master Gardeners partner with this project to provide in-school gardening education. On-going teacher support, program updates, and a loan program for cooking equipment and nutrition-related children's books are popular components of this program. In return for the educational resources, teachers are asked to provide a minimum of 6 hours of classroom nutrition education during the school year. More than 80 local teachers are currently enrolled and participating. Available curriculum is the

51. Nurturing Grandparent Links -
A to Z Everything about childcare, daycare, preschool, many childcare For all child care providers with information on health, safety, government agencies

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52. Links To Further Information
from the Food and Nutrition information Center. and Nutrition Resources for Grades preschool Through 6 cover topics including foods, food safety, food science

Nutrition Links
List of links Resources Organizations Publications/books ... Food Safety New sites!
5 A Day For Better Health Program

The National Cancer Institute 5 A Day for Better Health site contains material for promoting the positive message of the health benefits of eating 5 servings of fruits and vegetables daily. America's Children 2000 At this site you can access a Federal report which provides a composite picture of the well-being of the Nation's children. "America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being," presents, in a single document, 25 key indicators on critical aspects of children's lives, including their behavior and social environment, economic security, education, and health. The report is the first in a planned annual series that will monitor the overall health of the Nation's children. American Cancer Society
The Society has joined other health, education and social service agencies to promote comprehensive school health education and National School Health Education Standards. Comprehensive school health education is the best way to deliver a planned health education curricula from pre-school to Grade 12. The Standards describe for schools, parents, and communities what our children should know about health and what health education should enable them to do. American Heart Association
This site is the American Heart Association's main homepage. It contains valuable information on the circulatory system, heart disease prevention and prevention of strokes.

53. Transportation Safety Tip #10
If your child s preschool uses tricycles, work with the school to make helmets available. For more information, call the NHTSA Auto safety Hotline 1888
Transportation Safety Tips
  • Tip #1
  • Tip #2
  • Tip #3
  • Tip #4 ...
  • Home Toddlers are often hurt by backing vehicles. B. Hold your child's hand so she doesn't dash into the street. C. Parks and playgrounds are safe places to play away from traffic. Start helmet use early - even when riding a tricycle or play vehicle. Only children over age one have the neck strength to wear helmets and ride on the back of bikes. Tip #10
    play it safe:
    walking and biking safely
    Dangers for young children on the move:
  • darting out into traffic from the middle of the block;
  • playing in or near the street;
  • riding a tricycle or bike in a parking lot, driveway, or street. Young children are NOT small adults!
    1. They move quickly and can run into the street without warning.
    2. They don't know safety rules and expect adults to watch out for them.
    3. They are small and hard for drivers to see.
    4. They cannot judge speed or distance of vehicles moving toward them. Children hit by cars can be hurt or killed, even when cars are moving slowly. Toddlers (one and two year olds) are most often hurt by a backing vehicle. If a child is playing in a driveway or parking area ( A ), a driver may not see him. Preschoolers (three and four year olds) are most often hit when dashing across a street near home.
  • 54. Early Childhood - Educational Preschool And Kindergarten Teaching Activities
    Tell them why it is important for them to know this information. Discuss some safety rules and encourage the children to offer some of the rules they know and
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      Classroom Experiences:
    • Include toys related to methods of transportation in play areas; Trucks, cars, buses, trains, airplanes and helicopters can be added to the block area, and boats and barges can be added to the water table. The teacher can help children focus on the concept of the necessity of transporting goods and people.
    • Children can take short walks in their neighborhood and identify structures (houses, businesses, churches and so on)
    • Children can be led to observe changes in their immediate environments, such as changes in the room, on the playground, or in the school building.
    • Encourage children to create structures with blocks that represent what they know of their community and neighborhood. They might construct a fire station, gas station, harbor, airport, etc.
    • Children can work together to move toys or materials that need to be moved or to clean up the materials and play area.
    • Teachers can keep a large scrapbook with records of important events in the children's experiences. Reviewing it with the children will teach them that we can keep records of events and that these records help us to recall the events accurately

    55. Scottish Road Safety Campaign - Education - Pre-school - The Children's Traffic
    There are Notes for Parents for each theme, which provide safety tips, extra information and ideas for both indoor and outdoor activities.
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    The club has been developed to help parents teach their young children how to stay safe when they are out walking, playing or travelling. Membership of the club is free to all three year olds resident in Scotland and take-up rate is currently around 60% (i.e. 35,000 new members per year). The format of the club has recently been updated and a new and improved club was re-launched in February 2001.
    How to Join
    The Books
    Each book contains pictures, stories and activities to help children have fun whilst learning to stay safe. Colourful balloon characters help children remember the main safety messages. There are Notes for Parents for each theme, which provide safety tips, extra information and ideas for both indoor and outdoor activities. There are checklists throughout the book to help parents see how much their child has learned. A sheet of stickers is included with every book which can be used as reward stickers and for children to play with. A membership certificate is sent out with the first pack as well as a plastic folder to keep all six books in.
    Other Resources
    Additional material is available through nurseries and playgroups to reinforce the road safety teaching that children receive at home.

    56. Caring For Kids: Playground Safety
    For preschool equipment, the fill should be at least 15 If you are concerned about the safety of your pages of your phone book for local contact information.
    Playground Safety Kids love playgrounds. But the playground is also a place where children can get hurt. Children are most often injured when they fall from the equipment. You can help make sure the playground is a safe place for your child. Check your child
    • Clothing can get trapped in equipment and strangle a child. Remove drawstrings and other cords from clothing. In the winter, use a neck warmer rather than a scarf. Use mitten clips instead of cords. Children should not wear bicycle helmets while they are on playground equipment because a child’s head may get stuck in narrow openings. Be sure that children younger than five years of age are supervised by an adult.
    Check your playground
    • Choose playgrounds that ‘fit’ your child. Children five years of age and younger should use only playgrounds that are designed for preschool children because the equipment is smaller. Look for proper surfaces. Grass, dirt, asphalt or concrete are not safe surfaces for playground equipment. Good materials for playground surfaces include sand, pea gravel (smooth, round, pea-sized stones), wood chips and synthetic (man-made) materials that are soft. These materials will help absorb a child’s fall.

    57. Child Care Resources, Preschool Curriculum: Hampden County, Western Mass.
    for people who work with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and/or schoolage children. The courses include indoor and outdoor safety, information about First Aid
    For Parents: Information and referrals

    For Providers: Professional resources
    Workshops / Entrenamientos ...
    Child Care Publications
    Working Together for Quality Child Care
    Child Care Resources: Trainings, Workshops, Courses
    With funding from the Office of Child Care Services, the Department of Education, the Department of Public Health, and through various collaborations in the community, we offer many training sessions at affordable costs. Our trainings offer Office of Child Care Services approved hours, CDA training hours, Professional Development Points and in some cases early childhood CEUs. More than 2400 providers participate in P.E.T. trainings each year. We hope you will join us. Click on a link below to find the area you are interested in, or take your time to read through the whole page!
    Training Topics Below you will find a list of training categories. Click below for the training you are interested in to find a full description. Please refer to the

    58. Medina Preschool PTA - Socials
    Seating is one a first come first served basis. For additional information contact THE ROSE via email link at http// safety Town.
    Community Information What's Going on in Medina? YWCA T-BALL Sign-Ups 3-4 years olds begin Monday, June 7th 5-7 year olds begin Tuesday, June 8th 3-7 year olds begin Thursday, June 10th FYI: The YWCA offers $10 memberships to all MPPTA members. Rose Theater Television Show Tapings On Saturday April 3, THE ROSE will begin producing a children's television
    show taped at THE ROSE for Medina public access television viewing. The show
    called Gertrude and Friends features Gertrude, a large blue birdlike puppet,
    a magician, skits, special guests and a world of interactive opportunities
    both on stage and in the audience for children ages 3 to 10. The concept was created by former County Commissioner Ferris Brown and has
    been presented in libraries and for children's groups throughout Medina
    County The presentation at THE ROSE will differ from previous shows by
    having a large and live audience reminiscent of children's television shows
    from the 1950's and 60's.
    Initially Gertrude and Friends will be taped two Saturday's each month
    however. the plan is for the show to become a weekly staple at THE ROSE.

    59. - News, Events, & Information
    and encourages all of our preschool friends from and learn these important life safety skills. For more information, contact preschool Extravaganza Coordinator,1145,3366,00.html

    Publications City Page Online Beach Online VBM@IL-City Info in Your Inbox! 3-Year Plan (198kb pdf) ... Connections for a Lifetime (360kb pdf) Media Contacts
    For Immediate Release

    Printable Version
    14th Annual Preschool Extravaganza "No Dragons for Tea" Tuesday, May 14, 2002
    4:30 p.m. Media Contact(s)

    Travis Halstead (757) 427-4923
    Tricia Behan (757) 437-4811
    Monday, May 13, started the Virginia Beach Fire Department’s 14th Annual Preschool Extravaganza which runs for two consecutive weeks, May 13 - May 17 and May 20th - 24th, from 9:30 -11 a.m., and is held at the Law Enforcement Training Academy located at the old Seatack Elementary School (411 Integrity Way - off of Birdneck Road). During the two week event members of the Fire Department’s Life Safety Education staff will be presenting the basics of fire safety and burn prevention in a hands-on format to approximately 2000 preschool children and their teachers as well as parents of students. This year’s theme "No Dragons for Tea, " is base on a storybook that covers basic fire safety practices. Activities for the event will include: stop, drop and roll – if your clothes are on fire, practicing fire escape planning by crawling under “Mean Old Mr. Smoke”, learning about cooling burns, being careful with hot things, and match and lighter safety. The goal of the event is to educate children through entertainment by “Firefighter Bruce”, “Wags” the robotic fire safety dog and “Freddie” the Fire Truck. Virginia Beach Firefighters will also be involved with the education of the preschoolers with a presentation showing their special turn out gear and showcasing different pieces of fire apparatus.

    60. Bicycle Safety And Skills For Infants, Toddlers, And Preschoolers
    Although preschool cyclists do not have the cognitive skills necessary to deal with complex cycling situations, it is learn about important safety information.

    ages 1-5

    ages 5-8

    ages 9-12
    FHWA bicycle safety education resource center

    Whether a child is still a bicycle passenger traveling with a parent or adult on an approved child safety seat or just beginning to try riding under adult supervision, it's never too soon to start teaching her or him the basics of bicycling safety.
    Although preschool cyclists do not have the cognitive skills necessary to deal with complex cycling situations, it is vital that this age group begin learning basic safety rules alongside fundamental motor skills. Getting a head start on safety now will put kids on the track to smart lifelong cycling.

    tools and skills

    learn about important safety information. more learn the fundamentals of good bicycling. more view an extensive list of resources on the web. more Cautions Children under the age of one should never be transported on a bicycle. Until a child is able to hold up his or her head independently, do not allow her or him to ride as a passenger.

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