Child Care Cleanliness
Teaching Kids Cleanliness
Have you made your child cleanliness-conscious? Think of cleanliness as a habit of keeping clean. Who
would enjoy encountering an unflushed toilet? Who would enjoy finding that someone had spit on a floor? We need to teach children
to be clean.
on child care cleanliness.
Information on Influenza A:H1N1 (swine flu)
" . . . the child care home can be made clean enough that disease organisms do not multiply . . ."
three-year-olds do well with potty-
training, although bed-wetting (while in
sleep) is common."
Whitcomb Family Daycare is not an institutional preschool center but an established family child care home,
licensed by the state of California . . .
Three factors . . . in safety in child care: The surroundings .
. . practices of the child care providers, and the behavior of the children.
In Whitcomb Family Daycare,
cleanliness is a high priority. With frequent hand washing (child care providers and children), disease germs have a really hard time
"Just as a garden needs tender nurturing, a young child needs to be nurtured in tenderness,
in preparation for kindergarten."
Jan 6, 2010