To Establish and Maintain a Safe and Tiealttry H, Arning Environment.

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COMPETENCY GOAL 1
TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A SAFE AND TIEALTTry H,ARNING ENVIRONMENT.
In order to establish and maintain a safe and healthy learning environment for childreo certain elernents af,e necessary. Classroom equipment needs to be app,rop,riate for the childs age group. The space needs to provide adequate room for developrnental$ appropriate learning centsr$ and pfoper storage for equipment. Quiet af,eas are ssrential for re*t and as a personal ohoice for children whe,tr teeded- Children need to know where the fire exits are and have regular fire drills to ensure safe exit in case of an emergency. Children also need to be tauglrt about personal hygiene and good eating habits.
In order to provide this for the children I teach them that it is important to bnrsh their teeth after meals and to wash their hands before meals and after toileting. IVe shown the ctrildren the basic food groups and discrxsed with thern the inrpo'rtance of each of these groups to their bodies. lVeVe discussed the nufritious value of the meals they are serued at the center. I also plan exercises to teach them about keeping fit physical$. While walking to the park I show them the proper way to cross the street using the stop, look and listen technique before they cross. I have taken them tc the fire deparfinent so they cau leam fire safety &om the fiiremen. The centers in my cla$sroom are cleaq tables and equipment is wiped offdaity with a water and bleac,h solution. The material is kept on tow shelfs allowing children, to use by choice. I keep *re area well vented througfuout the day. Tables and equipment is wiped offdaily, with a water and bleach solutian.
My goals are to teach the childern lifo long habits to keep thom safe and healthy. To make sure they know how to exit a building when needed, or how to protect themselves in an open area during an electical…...

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