Unformatted text preview: Hannah Hayes
Early Childhood Education
1. The difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting are cleaning with soap
and water removes organisms, it also removes any of the dirt that can be on the hand
from touching different things. Sanitizing reduces bacteria to a safe and low level. They
are registered as EPA. Disinfecting eliminates the bacteria and the disinfectants.
2. Proper cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting is so important because, it removed dirt
and organisms, it alleviates the bacteria problem and it also reduces the risk of a child
getting an illness while they are in the center. Workers should always be cleaning the
classrooms and bathrooms properly.
3. Caregivers a Children should wash their hands when they get to the facility, after they
use the bathroom, after they sneeze or cough, after playing outside, after touching
pets and before touching pets, before and after meals, and before they leave the
center to go home. Caregivers should wash their hands when they get to the facility,
before touching any food or feeding any food, before and after coming into any contact
with children, before and after touching anything, like if a children had a cut on them
and they needed a band aid. Lastly before they leave the facility.
4. The appropriate infant feeding for babies that are too young to sit upright including
food storage and preparation is you should hold the baby against your chest and hold
their head up supportively and feed them the bottle. The storage and preparation is not
leaving it unrefrigerated for more than one hour, putting the infant's name on it with a
date, or putting it in the freezer with the infant’s name and date. If the bottle is
refrigerated it must be used within two days, where if the bottle is put in the freezer it
must be used within three months.
5. The safety measures that are essential to deal with children climbing is if there are
children climbing present it is essential to make sure that the furniture or selfing is
secured to the walls or the floor to keep it from falling over on them. Also if the children
are playing outside it is essential that there is padding. ...
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- Fall '15