An Opportunity for Learning “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” Maya Angelou When my children were young, I used to sit and listen to them talk to each other. I wasn’t only interested in what they were saying, but the knowledge behind the words. What had they learned in school and life that brought them to say the words being said? I was always fascinated by the conversations. Today, I do the same with my grandchildren… I’m still fascinated. Recently, I had a conversation with my five-year-old granddaughter. We
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How to Clean Baby Bottles, Sippy Cups, and Pacifiers GERMS, GERMS, GERMS… they are everywhere! So, how do we try to keep them away from our little precious jewels without going overboard and sealing them in a plastic bubble? Below is a list we will cover the next few weeks: Proper handwashing… yes, even the infants need their hands washed before and after each bottle feeding and after each diapering. Proper cleaning of baby bottles and sippy cups. Have you ever witnessed a child in the park packing a baby bottle or sippy cup? The child lugs the cup all
Daycare from a Child’s Perspective Today, I introduce you to Mr. Zay. He is currently a 2nd grader, but he spent his early years in daycare from the age of a few months to five years old. So, what does it mean to a child to attend daycare? How does it help them? It’s hard to get those answers from our children at those young ages, but how about with just a couple more years on them. Let’s see if Mr. Zay can give us the experience of daycare from a child’s perspective. A Child’s Perspective Hello, Mr. Zay. Kidz
When & How to Wash Your Hands Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water. If soap and water are unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to clean hands. At , we work very hard on keeping the germs at bay. We do a lot of handwashing throughout the day. The procedure below, recommended by the CDC, is the one we
Internet Security The age of cyber predators has arrived and there sits your child fully enthralled in playing that educational game. The child has not a worry in the world but lurking behind the scenes a predator could be monitoring your child. Not only is the child at risk but so is your computer and everything you have stored on it. In one click you could open the door wide open to hackers and viruses. How do you keep your both your child and your computer safe… internet security. Tip #1: Never leave your child unattended while they are on