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a. Demonstrates hygiene practices. Completes personal care tasks, such as dressing, brushing teeth, toileting, and washing hands independently from adults. Demonstrate healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve personal health. Participates in physical care routines. b. Demonstrates healthy practices: 1) Nutrition; 2) Physical Activity and Rest Eats a variety of nutritious foods. Gets sufficient rest and exercise to support healthy development. Identify that healthy behaviors affects personal health and overall well- being. c. Awareness of the functions of body parts. Recognize what the human body is and what it means to be healthy.
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Arizona Early Learning Standards – May 2013 Physical Development, Health, and Safety Standard | P a g e STRAND 3: SAFETY INFANT & TODDLER GUIDELINES AZ EARLY LEARNING STANDARD HEAD START CHILD OUTCOME AZ KINDERGARTEN STANDARD Physical Health and Well- Being Safety and Injury Prevention Health Knowledge & Practice Comprehensive of Health Promotions and Disease Prevention Concepts Begins to understand safe and unsafe behaviors. a. Identifies and follows basic safety rules with guidance and support; e.g., sun safety, animal and plant safety, outdoor and indoor safety. Follows basic health and safety rules and responds appropriately to harmful or unsafe situations. Demonstrate healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve physical health. b. Demonstrates Transportation and Street Safety Practices. Communicates an understanding of the importance of health and safety routines and rules. c. Enforces personal boundaries (Safety, Self Advocacy and Boundary Awareness). Follows basic health and safety rules and responds appropriately to harmful or unsafe situations. Uses sounds, signs or words for a variety of purposes. (LDC) d. Knows personal information. Begins to understand safe and unsafe behaviors. e. Demonstrates Emergency Safety Practices. Follows basic health and safety rules and responds appropriately to harmful or unsafe situations. Demonstrate healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve physical health. f. Identifies how adults help to keep us safe. Identify trusted adults and professionals who can help promote health.
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Arizona Early Learning Standards – May 2013 Fine Arts Standard | P a g e FINE ARTS STANDARD For Young Children from Three to Five Years Old Overview The arts nurture the imagination and creative spirit of all children. Sensory awareness (sight, sound, touch, smell, taste) is the foundation for all imaginative activity and creative expression. For young children, the importance of the arts is in the process of creating rather than the end result. As children are involved in the arts process they develop independence, self-esteem, and self-expression. The arts connect all areas of learning and are fundamental to children’s development and education. The arts enable all children to discover more about who they are and gain insight into their own culture and the cultures around them.

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