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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

81. General Info
is held before school begins to provide parents with information about the preschool year. St. James preschool Parking Lot and Carpool safety Guidelines are James United Methodist Atlanta Website/Ministri
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SCHEDULE OF SESSIONS: The school operates five days a week from September 2, 2003 through May 19, 2004. The Preschool program begins at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at 12:00 noon. OFFICE HOURS: The Preschool office is open from 8:30 until 1:30 (404-237-7354). Before or after office hours, messages can be left on the Director's or the office manager's confidential voice mail. PARENT/GUEST VISITS AND OBSERVATION: We welcome parents to visit their child's classroom any time after the first month of school. This is a time for observation but not for discussing your child with the teacher. Parents of infants, toddlers, and two-year olds are asked to observe through the one way glass or doorway rather than in the classroom. Requests for observation by persons other than Preschool staff must be made in writing to the Director for approval. Both the Director and teacher must approve the time of observation. Visitors, other than parents of registered students, to the Preschool during hours of operation must sign in and out in the Preschool office. They will be given a visitor's name badge to be worn while in the Preschool building. Children are expected to be in attendance each school day. If it becomes necessary to withdraw a child, one month's notice should be given to the Director.

82. Ages & Stages - New Parent, Toddler & Preschool, Grade-school & Pre-teen, Teen &
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83. Themes
Fire safety Theme Ideas. Gayle s preschool Rainbow Early childhood education activities and lesson plans for preschool teachers.
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Find online lesson plans, thematic units , theme resources, literature activities, teacher tips, and ideas . I'm glad you stopped by... don't forget to bookmark this page! A+ Thematic Units The Activity Idea Place ... Back to School - Monthly Themes
This is a general schedule of what I pick and choose from during the year. I usually work on two or more themes at the same time, and there's a lot of overlap in some areas. Back to School Theme Buddy Pages Themes
Offers thematic units which include finger play, songs, crafts, circle time ideas, sensory area ideas, learning station ideas, felt board stories, and dramatic play ideas. - Activity Themes Clever Teacher Connecting Students through Themes and Units Creative Schoolhouse, Inc.
Find something please-in for the season! The owner's choice of material to help you "get in the spirit" Thematic classroom decor, bulletin boards, literature and more! Debbie's Themes Early Childhood Thematic Units ... Gander Academy's Theme-Related Resources on the World Wide Web
This site from Gander Academy is designed for primary and elementary students and teachers. It presents a series of web pages listing theme related resources on the world wide web.

84. Parenting And Parenthood Information -
Who Is It? A safety Activity for Preschoolers. We all know that it s our role as parents to do everything we can to insure the safety

85. Teaching Preschoolers To Be Fire Safe
flames. Activities for preschoolers. Identifying toys versus tools. plans. Make fire safety information part of meetings with parents.
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Teaching Preschoolers to be Fire Safe
Chilren at risk
Tragically, children five years of age and younger are more than twice as likely to die in fires as are older children and adults. Most fire fatalities involving preschool children fall into four categories.
  • Fires that preschool children start.
  • Fires started by heating or electrical systems equipment.
  • Fires caused by the careless use of smoking materials.
  • Fires that are set intentionally (arson fires).
Preschool and kindergarten teachers and parents can make an important difference by teaching fire safety in a way that young children can understand. It's a proven fact that providing these lessons early can save lives. To work, a preschool fire safety program should involve both the children and their parents. Through the activities described in this brochure, young children can encourage the adults in their households to be aware of home fire hazards and to know what to do if there is a fire.
Match and lighter saftey
Each year, many fires are started by children playing with matches or lighters. Young children should learn that matches and lighters can get hot and hurt children and that they are for grown-ups only.

86. AARP Webplace | Rules Of The Road For Grandchildren: Safety Tips
Supervising preschoolers at all times and other drugs create a serious highway safety problem Zero tolerance laws, with public information and education efforts
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ON THIS PAGE: What You Should Know For More Information
In every community, children must learn how to be safe around traffic, whether they are walking, biking, riding the school bus, or driving a car. If you are a grandparent, you can play an important role in teaching your grandchildren the "rules of the road." What You Should Know
There are many safety tips grandparents can pass along to grandchildren. On Foot
Grandparents taking care of preschoolers know how unaware of danger they often are. Tragically, each year, many children are injured or killed when they suddenly dart into the path of a car. Did You Know?

87. CSU SafeFood Web Links Menu
National Food safety information Network The National Food safety information Network brings together the Federal Government s primary mechanisms for providing
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
SafeFood Rapid Response Network
This page provides links to other food safety sites, including Cooperative Extension government HACCP , and organizations
Cooperative Extension Sites
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension fact sheets on food safety . Also Nutrition News and Consumer Connection weeky columns, Healthy Aging monthly column. The National Center for Home Food Preservation from the University of Georgia. This is a source for current research-based recommendations for most methods of home food preservation. The Center was established with funding from the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (CSREES-USDA) to address food safety concerns for those who practice and teach home food preservation and processing methods. Many state Cooperative Extension Web sites have food safety publications available online.
Government Agencies
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  • - Regulations, releases, office locations, local departments of public health, water quality, lab services.
National Food Safety Information Network The National Food Safety Information Network brings together the Federal Government's primary mechanisms for providing food safety information to the public. The "Network's" goal is to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the government's food safety information dissemination activities.

88. Proper Use Of Child Safety Restraint Systems In School Buses
For more information on CSRSs and their use, product recalls, and a listing of Child Passenger safety Technicians available to assist you, check NHTSA s
The number of pre-school age children transported in school buses to school and child care programs is at an all time high. Just as in other vehicles, these children need to be properly secured in Child Safety Restraint Systems (CSRS) when traveling in a school bus. This publication is designed to assist you in correctly securing pre-school age children in CSRS and properly securing the system to a school bus seat. It provides the basic rules of proper CSRS usage and illustrates the most common mistakes made when installing a CSRS. Use this brochure in conjunction with the instructions that come with the CSRS to assure each child is properly restrained each time they travel in a school bus. For more information on CSRSs and their use, product recalls, and a listing of Child Passenger Safety Technicians available to assist you, check NHTSA's website at . You can also call the Auto Safety Hotline 1-888-DASH-2-DOT (1-888-327-4236). Correct usage is key to the safety of all children!

89. Preschool Developmental Assessment - Childrens Hospital San Diego
preschool age children need close monitoring by their pediatrician and parents A developmental assessment can provide valuable information about a child’s
Preschool Developmental Assessment
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90. Human Kinetics - Products
familiarization and beginner swimming to infants and preschoolers. aspects of swimming and water safety.” Bill Sweetenham for outside US contact information.

91. Handbook For Public Playground Safety
Handbook for Public. Playground safetyU.S. Consumer Product. safety Commission. Washington, DC 20207Pub. No. 325U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT safety COMMISSIONWASHINGTON, D.C. INTRODUCTION1.1 ScopeThis

92. Science Stuff
preschool Science. Bill Nye, the Science Guy s site very cool! WATER PLAY? A LESSON A DAY! Welcome to our preschool Science Room!
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Preschool Science
Bill Nye, the Science Guy's site- very cool!
Click on "home demos"
Children are endlessly eager to learn about the world around them. Much of this learning involves things typically considered science related. It is not necessary to motivate children to learn science - their normal developmental trajectory means that they are already motivated - they are highly curious.
An Early Childhood Science Curriculum
Discovery Bottles Doing Science with Your Children Fun With Science Club Ideas for the Sensory Table
Sand, water and other materials provide children with sensory, small motor and eye hand coordination experiences. They are very inexpensive and have a natural attraction for young children.
Kidz Kingdom Science Links Mad Scientists Magnets Newton's Apple: Teacher's Guide ... Online Exhibits
What you will find here are online science exhibits presented by the Museum of Science. Plan to spend some time with the family at this site the exhibits and activities are remarkable. For example: Virtual Fish Tank design your own unique fish and see how it reacts in the Museum's Virtual aquarium; Discover the Secrets of the Ice explore Antarctica through the web; Explore Mount Everest follow an online tour of the path of hikers to the mountain peak; Learn All About Leonardo da Vinci an interactive section of the site that helps you explore the world of the most famous scientist, inventor, and artist; Check out a deer tick under an Electron Microscope; Explore fractals and nature's patterns on the microscopic level; See the artifacts unearthed in an Archaeology Dig; and much more!

93. The Best Preschool
print story email story last updated 5/14/2004. The Best preschool. May 17, 2004 early childhood education. What to look for a preschool
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The Best Preschool
May 17, 2004 If you've been looking around for a preschool, you know that with some of the top pre-schools parents get on a wait list as soon as their child is born. If you haven't done that, don't worry. You can still find a good program. You just need to know what to look for. Dr. Samuel Meisels, president of Erikson Institute in Chicago, is a leading expert in early childhood education. What to look for a preschool:
  • Interactions that make you feel comfortable, clean, safe environment - inside and out
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