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There are five (5) main points to be considered when planning a safe and reassuring child care environment by • Creating big space
• Knowing the age and stage of children
• Keeping all equipment’s safe
• Doing a risk assessments for an outdoor activities
• Suitable resources to carter for multi-cultural students.
One physical need is food (for a balanced diet). Children need a balanced diet because so that they can stay healthy and so they won’t get fat, it's also makes them grow. For example children needs to eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains and diary foods each day (milk and chocolate) to make them stay balanced and it also gives them energy. Another physical need is sleep and rest, children need to sleep and rest because they can have energy to do an activity at school and be ale to listen, at least children should sleep for 9hours or rest for a little while, if children didn't sleep or rest they may be tired, not paying attention and moody.
One health need is immunisations. Children need immunisation because it protects them from getting disease and it's very safe, immunisation work by strengthening the body own immune system, without immunisation children may easily get an infection.
Another health need is hygiene. Children need it because it protects them from getting germs by washing their hands after using the toilet or before eating and also after an outdoor activity
One way to meet the individual needs of babies understands their feeding patterns. For example by knowing the time they eat, what they are allergic to, the types of milk they drink and amount of drink they drink. This meets their needs because they get their milk at the time they are supposed to eat. For example if a baby is suppose to eat at 9am, give the baby his/her food at 9am. It also meet their needs by making sure all the babies get their milk at the right time.
Another way to meet the individual needs of babies is planning activities to suit their age and stage. For example a 5years old should be able to “throw a large ball to a partner and catches it” (Pg 34 2007). If the child can’t throw the ball I should get a smaller ball for the child and this meet their needs by including every child in it.
One way to meet the individual needs of young children is meeting parent's wishes for example if a child is a Muslim and the child is not allowed pork, would tell the cooker to give the child an halal sausages, so the child won't feel different from other children. This meets their need because they are all eating sausages, but different types.
One more way to meet the individual needs of young children Is allergies for example if the child is allergic to nuts, I should let the cook know about it and also tell the cook to make the same food for the child like the rest of the children but without nuts.
If a child is been naughty, the first thing I need to do is by calling the parent and book an appointment with the parent to see the parent and have a meeting with the parent. In the meeting I need to look more professional and re assuring, I have to welcome the parent and also while I'm talking to the parent I have to smile and use an eye contact, I also need to speak to the parent in a nice and calm voice, I will use a body language by using gesture. I would talk to the parent about we are going to help the child and also as the parent, I also need to reassure the parent that I'm going to be responsible for the child and try all my...