Washing Hands

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Children practicing healthy habits.

NAEYC

NAEYC: 

Curriculum Content Areas for Cognitive Development: Health and Safety

2.K.01- Children in Ms. Huinker's class are provided varied opportunities and materials that encourage good health practices such...hand washing...

As part of the daily routine in Ms. Huinker's classroom, children wash their hands. The sink area has all of the essential items required for the routine within easy reach of the children. A step stool provides easy access to the sink with a soap dispenser nearby. The paper towel dispenser is on the wall next to the sink and the garbage can is also close so children have everything they need to independently complete the routine.

IELS

IELS: 

7.1-Healthy and Safe Living

Children understand healthy and safe living practices.

Children in Ms. Huinker's class follow healthy self-care routine(...washing hands).

A girl shows independence in a hand washing routine. The procedure has been effectively modeled for the children in Ms. Huinker's class and the children can follow the routine without further guidance. Another girl begins the hand washing routine after the first girl has finished and more children form a line to wait for their turn to wash their hands.

IQPPS

IQPPS: 

Curriculum Content Areas for Cognitive Development: Health and Safety

2.33- Children in Ms. Huinker's class are provided varied opportunities and materials that encourage good health practices such...hand washing...

As part of the daily routine in Ms. Huinker's classroom, children wash their hands. The sink area has all of the essential items required for the routine within easy reach of the children. A step stool provides easy access to the sink with a soap dispenser nearby. The paper towel dispenser is on the wall next to the sink and the garbage can is also close so children have everything they need to independently complete the routine.

 

HSPS

HSPS: 

 

1304.21(a)(3)(i)(B) -  Ms. Huinker encourages development which enhances each child's strengths by fostering independence.

A girl shows independence in a hand washing routine. The procedure has been effectively modeled for the children in Ms. Huinker's class and the children can follow the routine without further guidance. Another girl begins the hand washing routine after the first girl has finished and more children form a line to wait for their turn to wash their hands.

1304.22(e)(1)(i) – Children in Ms. Huinker’s classroom must wash their hands with soap and running water.

As part of the daily routine in Ms. Huinker's classroom, children wash their hands. The sink area has all of the essential items required for the routine within easy reach of the children. A step stool provides easy access to the sink with a soap dispenser nearby. The paper towel dispenser is on the wall next to the sink and the garbage can is also close so children have everything they need to independently complete the routine.

 

HSCOF

HSCOF: 

Physical Health and Development

Health Status and Practices

  • Shows growing independence in hygiene, nutrition and personal care when eating, dressing, washing hands, brushing teeth and toileting.
  • Builds awareness and ability to follow basic health and safety rules such as fire safety, traffic and pedestrian safety, and responding appropriately to potentially harmful objects, substances and activities.