Kidex for Infants: Practicing Competent Child Care for Infants, Volume 1

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Thomson/Delmar Learning, Nov 1, 2005 - Education - 98 pages
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Kidex for Infants: Practicing Competent Child Care offers you the opportunity to keep an individual record for each infant with instructions for proper documentation of the infant s day, a sample of charting, and a reproducible charting template. Individual profile sheets insure that you the professional are aware of all important details necessary to care for each infant such as type of formula, bottle and nipple, sleeping and playing habits, etc. Suggestions for best practice care are integrated throughout the resource coupled with information to acquaint you with typical and atypical infant behavior. Kidex for Infants: Practicing Competent Child Care assists you in developing a Kidex class book similar to a classroom operating manual that includes individual profiles for each child, group schedules, monthly checklists for important milestones of development, and planned activities to accompany each month. Many other documents to help manage the classroom are provided. These documents pertain to safety, hygiene, sanitation, communication, providing for children and their families, and articles for parents. Maintaining current information assures all children will receive consistent, competent care every day.

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About the author (2005)

Adrienne Boyd is a Registered Nurse, author, and owner of Child Development Service, Inc., a company that specializes in developing books and tools for early childhood education directors, teachers, and assistants. Adrienne has self-published a series of books for preschool and child care settings and travels frequently with her husband providing in-services using her books.

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