Theme: Keeping food safe.

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Age-Appropriate: School-age, Toddlers, and Preschoolers. The three groups can be able to develop the right tendencies to ensure they eat clean and healthy foods.

Objectives: The children will have to estimate the content of germs that will be present after twenty-four hours in the following environments. The fridge, room temperature, and oven. They will as well have to know how to keep food safe from other contaminations like the germs. They will have to know the steps in keeping food safe. For instance, how to wash the fruits and other food stuff before eating.

Materials: Board containing what types of food should not be consumed, books, Magazines, Food Thermometer, Hot water, Measuring cup, and calculators.

Lesson: Students to imagine functional germs after every six hours in the fridge. Students to learn steps of keeping food safe and to evaluate various food-borne diseases and their causes. Students to write a report on how to maintain the food safe after all the discussions are made.

Follow-Up: Offer children handprints and boards containing the steps to be followed in keeping the food safe. Have the children wash foodstuffs like fruits. Produce handouts of food safety measures to the parents so that they observe the right health precaution. Children to respond to verbal questions concerning the foodborne complications and food security.

Health Book Review

Title: Consumer food safety knowledge and practices in the home in Turkey.

Age Range: 2007 to date.

Author: Nurhan Unusan.

Publisher: Copyright (c) 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Category: Health

Summary: The article contains knowledge relating to food safety at home and how children can be aware of food safety.

Objective: This book is to help children improve their knowledge in food safety at home. It shows how to practice food safety

Finger play or song

1. http://naturallearning.com/fingerplays.html

Safety Lesson Plan

Theme: Injury Prevention.

Age-Appropriate: Preschoolers

Objectives: The young ones should be able to identify and avoid things that are dimmed harmful and injurious.

Materials: Books, magazines, warning signs, safety board, and even dangerous objects like razor blades.

Lessons: Talk about how hazardous materials and behaviors. Staying away from dangerous objects like razor blades, fireplaces, and even harmful plays. Talk of various injurious materials and how to stay away from violence. Point out how to keep away from this materials and how to use them safely.

Follow-Up: Have children respond to questions on harmful materials and how to use them. Examine the precautions taken by children to avoid the harmful plays.

Safety Book Review

Title: World Report on Child Injury Prevention

Age Range: 2008 to date.

Author: M. M. Peden.

Publisher: World Health Organization, 2008

Category: Safety.

Summary: Talks about how child survival is at risk and the measures that are to be taken to prevent child injury.

Objectives: This article contains injury prevention measures set by World Health Organization.

Finger play

Source: http://www.stepbystepcc.com/rhymes.html

Title: One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

Nutrition Lesson Plan

Theme: Strong Bones and Teeth.

Age-Appropriate: School-age children and preschoolers.

Objectives: Children will know the meals that ensure they have healthy teeth and bones. Help them know how healthy bones and teeth help their immunity and the general health. Show the pictures of strong looking teeth and children with healthy bones.

Materials: Magazines, a board containing a list of foods to consume and those not to consume, Board providing the effects of weak bones and teeth. Finally pictures of foods appropriate for teeth and bone maintenance.

Lesson: Have children name all the foods that help maintain healthy teeth and bones, and talk about the importance of strong teeth and bones by showing examples and pictures.

Follow-Up: Ask the children to mentions the right foods in maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Ask the meals children ate at different occasions.

Nutrition Book Review

Title: Enamel defects in primary and permanent teeth of children born prematurely

Age Range: 2000 to date.

Authors: L. Aine, M. C. Backstom, R. Maki, A. L Kuusela, A. M. Koivisto, R. S Ikonen, M. Maki.

Publisher: Journal of oral pathology & medicine 29.8

Category: Nutrition.

Summary: Looks on enamel defects and what meals are important in preventing them. It highlights the vitamins right for bones and teeth protection.

Objective: This article states how the teeth are affected and how to protect the teeth. It as well contains how teeth and born are affected by certain meals. It has points on how children can have healthy teeth and bones.

Finger play

Source: http://naturallearning.com/fingerplays.html

Title: Mix a Pancake

References

Aine, L., Backstrom, M. C., Maki, R., Kuusela, A. L., Koivisto, A. M., Ikonen, R. S., & Maki, M. (2000). Enamel defects in primary and permanent teeth of children born prematurely. Journal of oral pathology & medicine, 29(8), 403-409.Aine, L., Backstrom, M. C., Maki, R., Kuusela, A. L., Koivisto, A. M., Ikonen, R. S., & Maki, M. (2000). Enamel defects in primary and permanent teeth of children born prematurely. Journal of oral pathology & medicine, 29(8), 403-409.Peden, M. M. (2008). World report on child injury prevention. World Health Organization.Unusan, N. (2007). Consumer food safety knowledge and practices in the home in Turkey. Food Control, 18(1), 45-51.

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