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the current newsletter and training calendar.
Connections for
Caregivers
A Newsletter and Training Calendar especially for Child Care Providers
Inside this Issue:
July-September 2016
In the Library
It has been a busy quarter in our Toy library here at CCRC. We’ve
added new toys from many different sources.
Pop over and visit on the third Thursday until
8pm to see our new props boxes and toys. You
can see our selection online if that is your
preference (www.ccrctulsa.org). We have a
Sweet Shoppe box and a Pizza Restaurant prop
box. These are great for dramatic play and the
kids really enjoy the variety the props offer.
In the Library...……….…..1
Welcome………..…..…….1
Lego Printing...…………...2
Poison Ivy.…..……………3
A World to Explore.………3
Fun With Food…...……….4
Story time on the second Thursday will also
continue each month from 10a.m. to 11a.m. and we
will save you a spot! Stories are read in English and
in Spanish. You can always reach me at 918-8317299 if you have any questions – see you soon!
Car Seat Checks…….…...5
Trainings……………..…....6
Tulsa Tech Trainings….....9
Who To Call………………15
-Sam
En Español…...…………..16
Other Training Flyers…….19
Welcome...
We are pleased to welcome our new employee, Jessica Smith, from
Tennessee. She will be joining our group as a Child Care Consultant.
Jessica has worked with childcares for over 10 years. She has
experience as a teacher working with most age groups, working to
enhance quality child care for children, and with parents. If you need
help with any of the following: health and safety, behavior and guidance,
room arrangement, or curriculum needs, please call 831-7240 or email
[email protected]
Jessica is looking forward to learning more about child care in Oklahoma and working with each of
you to improve child care.
CCRC is a program of the Community Service Council, a United Way Member Agency. Funding is also
provided by the Oklahoma Child Care Resource and Referral Association.
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Lego Printing
Materials:
Duplos and/or Legos (only use Legos with 4 years & up)
Washable tempera paint
Paper plates
Heavy paper (construction paper, cardstock, etc.)
Directions:
1. Pour a variety of colors of washable tempera paint on the
paper plates
2. Have the children dip the Duplos and/or Legos in the paint and
print on the paper
3. Discuss the different shapes and designs the different blocks
make
4. If desired, roll out butcher paper and have the whole class
make a mural for a cooperative process art activity
Ask the Nurse - Poison Ivy
The blistering rash of poison ivy is caused by the skin developing an allergic reaction to the oil in the
leaves of poison ivy plant. The rash typically occurs within a few hours to days after having contact
with the plant, depending on how sensitive you are.
The poison ivy plant has a characteristic three leaflets with notched edges. It can grow as a shrub
or vine in the grass or on trees and it is found throughout the United States. Once the oil from one
of these plants comes into contact with the skin, it does not spread and you can not catch poison ivy
by touching someone's rash. It is possible for it to spread if the oil remains under your child's nail or
on his clothes. You can also have a reaction to the oil of poison ivy if your pet had contact with the
leaves and its fur is contaminated.
The rash usually begins as red bumps and blisters that are very itchy and can last for up to one to
three weeks. While the best approach to treatment is educating your children to avoid these plants,
if your child does have a reaction there are some steps you can take to make him more
comfortable, including:
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Quickly wash any areas of your skin that
have come into contact with poison ivy.
You have about ten minutes to remove
the oil before a reaction will develop.
Also wash any clothing that has come
into contact with the plants to prevent
spreading the oil and scrub under your
child's fingernails.
For mild reactions, you can use
calamine lotion, hydrocortisone cream,
an oral antihistamine, oatmeal baths and
cool soaks.
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Poison Ivy (Continued)
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More severe reactions will require evaluation by your doctor, who can prescribe an
oral steroid or a stronger topical steroid cream. Oral steroids will need to be taken
and slowly tapered over two weeks to prevent recurrence of the reaction.
Carefully remove poison ivy plants when they are found. Avoid burning them, as
the smoke can cause a very severe reaction to anyone who is exposed to it.
By Joyce Reynolds RN, BSN
A World to Explore
Infants and toddlers learn by doing. They are sensory-motor beings. It is
important that they have an environment that supports this concept. Infants
and toddlers need space to explore where they can use both large and small
muscles. They need sensory experiences and cognitive experiences.
Infants and toddlers need to hear language and have social interactions. We
must get to know individual children through observation so that we can plan
activities accordingly. Infants and toddlers with freedom of movement do not
need to be taught how to sit, stand, or walk. They will learn these things by
themselves when ready. Magda Gerber once said, “Every baby moves with
more ease and efficiency if allowed to do it at his own time and in his own
way, without our trying to teach him. A child who has always been allowed to
move freely develops not only an agile body but also good judgment about
what he can and cannot do.”
Resource: Primetimes by Jim Greenman and Anne Stonehouse
CCRC Staff:
Director...Karen Smith
Communications Coordinator...Amy Peters
Resource and Referral Coordinator...Melinda Belcher
Referral Specialist...Sam Stephenson
Child Care Consultants...Stephanie Howard, Jessica Smith
Infant Toddler Specialist...Jessica Ruggles
Child Care Health Consultant...Joyce Reynolds
Child Care Food Program Coordinator...Casey Moore
Quality Enhancement Initiative Coordinator...Paige Whalen
Accreditation Specialists...Cynthia Mooney, Collette Sawyer, Retta Seger
JumpStart Coordinator, a Smart Start Oklahoma Community...Shauna Meador
Sprouts Child Development Initiative Coordinator...Lesley Gudgel
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Fun With Food
Popsicles!
Homemade popsicles are easy and fun
to make with all ages! This creative
snack can be healthy and keep the
kids cool in the hot summer days.
Ingredients:
Popsicle molds
Popsicle sticks (if molds do not
come with plastic sticks)
Creamy Pops:
1 banana
(1) 6 ounce container of vanilla
yogurt
Berries
Fruit Pops:
10 ounces of juice (your child’s favorite)
Fruit (pick 2-strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, blackberries)
Directions:
For both types of pops- In a blender mix all the ingredients together until smooth. Then pour into
molds until frozen.
Our Contact Info:
Mailing Address: Child Care Resource Center
16 East 16th Street, Suite 202
Tulsa, OK 74119
Physical Address: 1601 S. Main Street - Tower 1
Tulsa, OK 74119
Phone: 918-834-CARE
FAX : 918-834-9339
Website: www.ccrctulsa.org
Like us on Facebook: The-Child-Care-Resource-Center-ofTulsa
Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest: CCRC_Tulsa
View videos on our YouTube channel: Community Service
Council
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Car Seat Checks
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Trainings in July 2016
MONDAYS – 1, 2, 3, 4 PARENTS! (Presented by Family & Children’s Services; Jennifer & Lauren)
3 week class for parents of children ages 1-4. Family & Children’s Services, 650 S Peoria, Tulsa.
6:00pm-8:00pm. $20 each session and $5 for each additional family member. Contact number for
registration: 918-560-1114.
TUESDAYS – ACTIVE PARENTING NOW (Presented by Family & Children’s Services; Tracey,
Leslie, Lauren) 6 week class for parents of children ages 5-12. Family & Children’s Services, 650 S
Peoria, Tulsa. 6:00pm-8:00. $20 each session and $5 for each additional family member. Contact
number for registration: 918-560-1114.
MONDAYS (Jul 11-Aug 15) – COOPERATIVE PARENTING AND DIVORCE (Presented by Family
& Children’s Services; Leslie, John) A six week class where you learn to co-parent. Family &
Children’s Services, 650 S Peoria, Tulsa. 6:00pm-8:00pm. $20 a session or $25 for two people.
Contact number for registration: 918-560-1114.
JULY 12 – TUESDAY – EXTREME MAKEOVER: PLAYGROUND EDITION (Presented by CCRC;
Joyce Reynolds, RN, BSN) Taking the classroom outdoors. Fun free or nearly free ideas for your
playground. Community Service Council, 1604 S Baltimore. 6:30pm-8:30pm. 2 training hours. Free.
Class size is limited to 15 participants. To register please call 918-834-2273.
JULY 14 – THURSDAY – STORYTIME! (Presented by CCRC; Sam Stephenson) Stories read
aloud to children in English and Spanish. Child Care Resource Center, Toy Library, 1601 S. Main.
10:00am-11:00am. Free. Class size is limited to 12 participants. To register, please call 918-8317299.
JULY 16 & JULY 23 – SATURDAYS – BRIGHT START RIGHT START II (Presented by CCRC;
Stephanie Howard, Karen Smith & Kathryn Black from Crosstown Learning Center) Follow-up to
Bright Start Right Start science workshop. The focus of this workshop is to continue to support early
childhood teachers as they implement science activities. BSRS II builds upon the ideas from year 1
and add new ideas and materials. Priority will be given to people that completed BSRS 1. Contact
number for registration: 918-834-2273.
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JULY 19 – TUESDAY – DINERO, PLATA O INGRESOS? DÓNDE Y CÓMO? (Presented by
CCRC; Sam Stephenson) Este curso es para proveedoras de cuidado infantile para encontrar
dinero y apoyar sus programas. Community Service Council, 1604 S Baltimore. 6:30-8:30pm. 2
training hours. Gratis (free). Class size is limited to 18 participants. To register, please call 918-8317299.
JULY 21 – THURSDAY – POISON CONTROL: LOOK ALIKES (Presented by CCRC; Jessica
Smith) To teach about medicines & toxic products that look like candies and other foods children
may ingest. Discuss preventable ways to keep children safe from ingesting and/or touching these
poisons. Community Service Council, 1604 S Baltimore. 6:30am-8:30pm. 2 training hours. 2 CEU’s.
$10 per person. Class size is limited to 30 participants. To register, please call 918-834-2273.
Trainings in August 2016
TUESDAYS (Aug 2-Sept 6) – ADHD PARENT COACHING (Presented by Family & Children’s
Services; Leslie, Adam) A six week coaching class for parents of children who have ADHD. Family &
Children’s Services, 650 S Peoria, Tulsa. 6:00pm-8:00. $20 a session or $25 for two people. Contact
number for registration: 918-560-1114.
AUGUST 9 – TUESDAY – MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION (Presented by CCRC; Joyce
Reynolds, RN, BSN) Learn how to properly give medications in the childcare setting. Community
Service Council, 1604 S Baltimore. 6:30am-8:30pm. 2 training hours Tier 1 Training. Free. Class
size is limited to 15 participants. To register, please call 918-834-2273.
AUGUST 11 – THURSDAY – STORYTIME! (Presented by CCRC; Sam Stephenson) Stories read
aloud to children in English and Spanish. Child Care Resource Center, Toy Library, 1601 S. Main.
10:00am-11:00am. Free. Class size is limited to 12 participants. To register, please call 918-8317299.
MONDAYS (Aug 4-Aug 18) – BABY CARE (Presented by Family & Children’s Services; Lauren,
Jennifer) A three week class where expecting parents and parents of newborns learn how to
respond to infant needs. Family & Children’s Services, 650 S Peoria, Tulsa. 6:00pm-8:00pm. $20 a
session or $25 for two people. Contact number for registration: 918-560-1114.
AUGUST 22 – MONDAY – ENHANCING LITERACY WITH HOMEMADE BOOKS (PRESENTED
IN ENGLISH & SPANISH) (Presented by CCRC; Stephanie Howard) Participants will learn to use
homemade books to encourage a variety of literacy skills in young children. Child Care Resource
Center Library, 1601 S. Main, Suite 102. 6:30am-8:30pm. 2 training hours Free. Class size is limited
to 10 participants. To register, please call 918-834-2273.
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Trainings in September 2016
SEPTEMBER 8 – THURSDAY – STORYTIME! (Presented by CCRC; Sam Stephenson) Stories
read aloud to children in English and Spanish. Child Care Resource Center, Toy Library, 1601 S.
Main. 10:00am-11:00am. Free. Class size is limited to 12 participants. To register, please call 918831-7299.
SEPTEMBER 12 - MONDAY – MEMBERSHIP DRIVE DINNER (Presented by Tulsa County Family
Child Care Association; Susan Stufflebean) Annual membership dinner. Meet other members and
get information about the association. OU Schusterman Innovations Commons Dining Room, 4444
E 41st St, Tulsa. 7:00pm-9:00pm. Free. Maximum number of participants is 30. Contact Susan
Stufflebean for registration: 918-835-5894.
SEPTEMBER 13 – TUESDAY – INFECTION CONTROL (Presented by CCRC; Joyce Reynolds
RN, BSN) Learn how easily germs are spread and what you can do to decrease germs in your
classroom. Community Service Council, 1604 S Baltimore. 6:30am-8:30pm. 2 training hours. Tier 1
Training. Free. Class size is limited to 15 participants. To register, please call 918-834-2273.
CCRC Training...Please Read!
CCRC is just off 15th & Main and we conduct trainings in BOTH of our buildings.
Tower I is where the Toy Lending area is located (1601 S Main). Trainings for Tower
I are generally in the Resource room.
Tower II (1604 S. Baltimore) is the home of the Community Service Council. There
is a detailed map on our website at www.ccrctulsa.org or you can call during
business hours to speak to someone at 918-834-CARE.
The trainings listed in this calendar do not necessarily reflect the views of the Child Care Resource Center.
To find the entire list of training opportunities in the Tulsa area, please visit the CECPD registry at
http://www.okregistry.org
CCRC will be closed on Monday, July 4th and Monday, September 5th for the holidays.
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American Heart Association Pediatric CPR & First Aid
Tulsa Technology Center
Spring/Summer 2016
Health Sciences Center
Owasso Campus
3350 S Memorial Drive, Tulsa
Class times: 8:00am-2:30pm
Saturday’s
10800 N 140th E. Ave, Owasso
Class times: 6:30pm-10:00pm
1/23/16
1/19/16- & 1/21/16
2/20/16
3/22/16 & 3/24/16
3/26/16
5/17/16 & 5/19/16
4/23/16
7/19/16 & 7/21/16
5/21/16
6/18/16
7/23/16
8/20/16
Tulsa Tech’s Early Care & Education Program
Want to Enroll or Need More Information? Call 918-828-5000.
Tulsa Tech Early Care and Education Course Locations:
Peoria Campus (PEO) at 3850 North Peoria and the Training Center (TC) at the Lemley
Memorial Campus 3638 South Memorial Drive.
Child Development Associate (CDA) Training
You may enroll in any of the CDA block campus classes in any order (with the exception of
the CDA Block 5, which must be taken last) to accommodate individual schedules as well as
preference of campus location.
College credit option available for CDA Block classes. Book purchase of $90 required for series.
Tuition $109.
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CDA Block 2: (Competency 3)
32 hours
PEO
Tuition: $109
7/11 – 8/10
6:30 – 9:30pm
M/W
5 wks
CDA Block 3: (Competency 2)
32 hours
Tuition: $109
TC
7/12 – 8/11
6:30 – 9:30pm
T/TH
5 wks
PEO
8/22 – 9/26
6:30 – 9:30pm
M/W
5 wks
T/TH
5 wks
M/TH
4 wks
CDA Block 4: (Competencies 5 & 6)
32 hours
TC
Tuition: $109
8/23 – 9/22
6:30 – 9:30pm
CDA Block 5: (Application & Assessment)
16 hours
TC
Tuition: $95
9/1 – 9/29
6:30 – 8:30pm
Early Education: Pathway to Your National Credential Online
SECC scholarships may be available. Call 1-866-343-3881 to inquire.
You must enroll in person at the One Stop on the Lemley Memorial Campus. Required book fee $28.
Call 918-828-5000 for more information.
Unit 1: Providing for Children's Safety. Flex entry. $43.50. (Student scholarship co-pay at time of
enrollment: $13)
Unit 2: Providing for Children's Health. Flex entry. $43.50. (Student scholarship co-pay at time of
enrollment: $13)
Unit 3: Providing an Environment for Learning. Flex entry. $65.25. (Student scholarship co-pay at
time of enrollment: $19.50)
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Unit 4: Child Growth and Development Concepts. Flex entry. $130.50. (Student scholarship copay at time of enrollment: $39)
Unit 5: Ensuring Developmentally Appropriate Practice. Flex entry. $108.75. (Student scholarship
co-pay at time of enrollment: $32.50)
Unit 6: Guiding Children. Flex entry. $65.25. (Student scholarship co-pay at time of enrollment:
$19.50)
Unit 7: Involving Families and the Community. Flex entry. $43.50. (Student scholarship co-pay at
time of enrollment: $13)
Unit 8: Program Plans and Record Keeping. Flex entry. $43.50 (Student scholarship co-pay at
time of enrollment: $13)
Unit 9: Developing as an Early Education Professional. Flex entry. $43.50 (Student scholarship
co-pay at time of enrollment: $13)
Unit 10: Putting it All Together. Flex Entry. $65.25 (Student scholarship co-pay at time of
enrollment: $19.50)
Need More Training Hours?
Looking for New Information and Ideas?
Supporting English Language Learners
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
7/23
9:00am – 2:00pm
S
1 day
8:00am – 3:00pm
W
1 day
Defensive Driving
6 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
7/20
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Valuing Differences in Living Colors
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
9/14 – 9/21
6:45pm – 9:15pm
W
2 wks
9:00am – 2:00pm
S
1 day
Music & Movement & School Agers
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
9/24
The Caregiver’s Toolbox for Behavior and Guidance
Presented in partnership by Tulsa Technology Center and DHS Child Care Licensing
Module 1: Positive Guidance Techniques
2.5 hours
Tuition: $19
TC
9/6
6:45pm – 9:15pm
T
1 day
Module 2: Ages & Stages of Early Childhood Behaviors
2.5 hours
Tuition: $19
TC
9/13
6:45pm – 9:15pm
T
1 day
T
1 day
Module 3: Challenging Behaviors
2.5 hours
Tuition: $19
TC
9/20
6:45pm – 9:15pm
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Module 4: Stopping Behavior Problems Before They Start
2.5 hours
TC
Tuition: $19
9/27
6:45pm – 9:15pm
T
1 day
Early Childhood Special Needs Certificate Program
Behavior Strategies for Children
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
7/11 – 7/18
6:45 – 9:15pm
M
2 wks
M
2 wks
M
2 wks
Children & Speech & Language Disorders
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
8/15 – 8/22
6:45 – 9:15pm
Young Children Who Are Highly Active
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
9/12 – 9/19
6:45 – 9:15pm
Director’s Certificate Program
This series of classes can be counted toward meeting the required administration and management training
criteria for earning a Bronze Level Oklahoma Director’s Credential.
Leadership Strategies for Behaviors
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
7/14 – 7/21
6:45 – 9:15pm
TH
2 wks
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Women Managing Women
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
8/18 – 8/25
6:45 – 9:15pm
TH
2 wks
6:45 – 9:15pm
TH
2 wks
TH
2 wks
Train & Motivate Your Staff
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
9/1 – 9/8
Arranging Early Learning Environments
5 hours
Tuition: $29
TC
9/22 – 9/29
6:45 – 9:15pm
The Tulsa Tech Early Care and Education program can bring the
classroom to you!
We can offer almost any of our early care and education courses for your staff. We can bring the
training to your facility or reserve a space at a Tulsa Tech campus location for your group.
Group sizes can range from 5 to 75 participants, offering you the opportunity to provide training
to all or just part of your staff. Training must be scheduled at least three weeks in advance of
your projected start date.
Have questions or need more information? Call 918-828-5000 or
send an email to [email protected]
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Who to Call:
Director CCRC
Karen Smith, 918-831-7230 or [email protected]
Quality Enhancement Initiative
Paige Whalen, Coordinator - 918-831-7237 or [email protected]
Director Resource & Referral
Melinda Belcher, 918-831-7223 or [email protected]
Director Food Program
Casey Moore, 918-831-7238 or [email protected]
Child Care Health Consultant
Joyce Reynolds, RN - 918-831-7245 or [email protected]
Child Care Consultant
Stephanie Howard- 918-831-7234 or [email protected]
Licensing Records Office
1-800-347-2276 or 405-521-2355
Reaching for the Stars
Linda Bradford, Tulsa, Creek, Rogers and Wagoner Counties
1-800-734-7520 or [email protected]
Misti Denton -1-800-225-9868, Northern Oklahoma
Marchell Newton -1-866-900-1659, Southern Oklahoma
Pathway to CDA
www.okhighered.org/scholars
Gina McPherson, Scholarship Administrator - 1-866-343-3881 or [email protected]
CECPD - Center for Early Childhood Professional Development
1-888-446-7608 or www.cecpd.org
REWARD OKLAHOMA
Jennifer Turner – 1-888-446-7608 ext. 280 or [email protected]
Scholars for Excellence in Child Care and Bridging the Gap Scholarship at Tulsa
Community College
Ashley Watkins - 918-595-8280 or [email protected]
Amber Chase - 918-595-8024 or [email protected]
Jill Davis - 918-595-8020
Melinda Bennett - 918-595-8109
Oklahoma Child Care Warmline - 1-888-574-5437
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Consultation and Technical Support Specialists
Tonja Lorenzo - 918-430-6420
Sandy Kimber - 918-633-1447
Jana LaHood - 405-708-9074
Tiffany McPherson - 918-348-8518
Kimberly Kerr - 405-420-5970
Oklahoma Child Care Resource and Referral (OCCRRA) 1-888-962-2772 or http://www.oklahomachildcare.org
Child Care Aware of America
1-800-424-2246 or http://www.childcareaware.org
En Español
En la biblioteca:
Ha sido un cuarto del año muy ocupado en nuestra ludoteca aquí en CCRC.
Hemos añadido nuevos juguetes de muchas fuentes diferentes. Ven y visita
especialmente el tercer jueves hasta las 8 de la tarde para ver nuestras nuevas
cajas de jugar representación teatral y juguetes. Te puedes ver a nuestras
selecciones en línea si esa es tu preferencia. (www.ccrctulsa.org) Tenemos una
caja llenado con juguetes para la Tienda de Dulces y una caja de accesorios por
el Restaurante Pizza. Éstos son grandes para el juego dramático y los niños
realmente disfrutan de la variedad que esta ofrecido por los juguetes.
¡La hora del cuentos, en el segundo jueves también esta continuando cada mes, de
10 a.m. a 11 a.m. y nos deseamos leer con los niños! Leímos los cuentos algunos en
las ingles y otros en el español. Tú puedes llamarme a las 918-831-7299 si tienes
preguntas. ¡Ojalá que te ver pronto!
-Sam
Bienvenidos!:
Nos complace dar la bienvenida a nuestra nueva empleada, Jessica Smith,
de Tennessee. Ella se unirá a nuestro grupo como una consultora de cuidado
de niños. Jessica ha trabajado con cuidados infantiles por más de 10 años.
Ella tiene experiencia como maestra que trabaja con la mayoría de los grupos
de edad, que trabaja para mejorar la calidad del cuidado infantil para los
niños y con los padres. Jessica está a la espera de aprender más sobre el
cuidado de niños en Oklahoma y trabajar con cada uno de ustedes para
mejorar el cuidado de niños.
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Impresión de Lego:
Materiales:
 Duplos y / o Legos (sólo utilizar Legos con 4 años o más de edad)
 Témpera lavable
 Platos de papel
 Papel pesado (cartulina, cartulina, etc.)
Direcciones:
1. Ponga una variedad de colores de pintura tempera lavable en los platos de
papel
2. Haga que los niños mojen las Duplos y / o Legos en la pintura y se imprimen en el papel
3. Analizar las diferentes formas y diseños hacen los diferentes bloques
4. Si lo desea, despliegue de papel de estraza y tienen toda la clase hacer un mural para una
actividad de arte proceso cooperativo
Pedir a la enfermera: la hiedra venenosa:
La erupción de ampollas de hiedra venenosa es causada por la piel
desarrollar una reacción alérgica al aceite en las hojas de hiedra
venenosa. La erupción se produce normalmente dentro de unas pocas
horas o días después de tener contacto con la planta, dependiendo de
lo sensible que eres.
La planta de hiedra venenosa tiene una característica de tres hojas con
los bordes con muescas. Puede crecer como un arbusto o enredadera
en la hierba o en los árboles y se encuentra en los Estados Unidos.
Una vez que el aceite de una de estas plantas entra en contacto con la piel, que no se propague y
no se puede coger la hiedra venenosa al tocar la erupción de alguien. Es posible que se extienda si
el aceite se mantiene bajo las uñas de su hijo o en su ropa. También puede tener una reacción al
aceite de la hiedra venenosa si su mascota ha tenido contacto con las hojas y su pelaje está
contaminado.
La erupción generalmente comienza como pápulas rojas y ampollas que son muy picor y pueden
durar desde una a tres semanas. Mientras que el mejor enfoque para el tratamiento es educar a
sus hijos para evitar estas plantas, si su hijo tiene una reacción, hay algunos pasos que puede
tomar para hacerlo más confortable, incluyendo:

lavar rápidamente cualquier área de la piel que ha estado en contacto con la hiedra venenosa.
Tiene unos diez minutos para eliminar el aceite antes desarrollará una reacción. También lave
toda la ropa que haya estado en contacto con las plantas para evitar la propagación del petróleo
y matorrales debajo de las uñas de su hijo.

Para las reacciones moderadas, puede usar una loción de calamina, crema de hidrocortisona,
un antihistamínico oral, baños de avena y compresas frías.

Las reacciones más graves requerirán la evaluación de su médico, quien puede prescribir un
esteroide oral o una crema con esteroides tópicos más fuertes. Los esteroides orales
necesitarán ser tomadas y disminuyan lentamente durante dos semanas para evitar la
recurrencia de la reacción.
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Retirar con cuidado las plantas de hiedra venenosa cuando se encuentran. Evitar de
quemarse ellos, ya que el humo puede causar una reacción muy grave a cualquiera que
esté expuesto a ella.

por Joyce Reynolds RN, BSN
Un mundo para explorar:
Bebés y niños pequeños aprenden haciendo. Son seres sensorio-motor. Es importante que tengan
un ambiente que apoya este concepto. Los bebés y los niños pequeños necesitan espacio para
explorar, donde pueden usar sus músculos grandes y pequeños. Necesitan experiencias
sensoriales y experiencias cognitivas. Bebés y niños pequeños necesitan
escuchar el lenguaje y tener interacciones sociales. Debemos conocer a los
niños individuales a través de la observación para que podamos planificar
actividades en consecuencia. Los bebés y niños pequeños con libertad de
movimiento no necesitan que se les enseñe cómo sentarse, pararse o caminar.
Ellos van a aprender estas cosas por sí mismos cuando esté listo. Magda
Gerber dijo una vez, "Cada bebé se mueve con más facilidad y eficiencia si se le
permite hacerlo en su propio tiempo y en su propia manera, sin nuestro tratando
de enseñarle. Un niño que siempre se le ha permitido moverse libremente
desarrolla no sólo un cuerpo ágil, sino también el buen juicio acerca de lo que
puede y no puede hacer”.
Recursos: Primetimes de Jim Greenman y Anne Stonehouse
Diversión con la comida :
¡¡Paletas de hielo!!
¡Paletas caseras son fáciles y divertidas para hacer con todas las edades! Este aperitivo creativo
puede ser saludable y mantener a los niños se enfríe en los días calurosos de verano.
Ingredientes:
Moldes de paleta
Palitos de madura (si los moldes no vienen con palos de plástico)
Cremosos Pops:
1 plátano
(1) 6 contenedor onzas de yogur de vainilla
Bayas
Pops de frutas:
10 onzas de jugo (favorito de su hijo)
Frutas (use -2 fresas, arándanos, piña, moras)
Direcciones:
Para ambos tipos de los palitos - En una licua
dora mezclar todos los ingredientes hasta que
quede suave. A continuación, se vierte en
moldes hasta que se congele.
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