Balancing Food and Play: Flip Charts
- Date of Publication
- August 5, 2021
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The Balancing Food and Play curriculum reinforces the importance of daily physical activity, consumption of fruits and vegetables, limiting screen time, and encouraging youth to drink milk with meals and water with snacks. These flip charts are TEKS summary charts to ensure this curriculum is teacher-friendly.
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Learning environments and intentional teaching are key aspects to any successful early childhood program. Home-based child care has unique settings and specific requirements to ensure the daily activities are conducive to positive learning outcomes for children in your care.
Many parents work nontraditional hours, meaning their children need access to early care and education programs outside typical operating hours. In the absence of qualified early care and education programs that offer nighttime care, these families may have to make challenging and precarious choices, choosing between maintaining their employment and leaving their children without the appropriate care.
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