Description: Children are learning all the time not only when they are engaged in planned activities. While activities provide learning opportunities, they are not more valuable than routines and interactions. With this understanding, we offer unstructured, enjoyable experiences that foster natural development. Activities are mostly open-ended and emphasize process over product. Children are free to choose which activities they want to participate in and are offered encouragement to try new experiences. Children are engaged in discovery of the properties of materials and items in their environment. They need repeated experiences before they are able to use materials symbolically. At Little Feats, children have many opportunities to pursue in-depth investigations of materials. Only with this kind of knowledge can they begin to use materials to represent their world and express themselves symbolically. The teachers are aware of each child throughout the day and how the childs day flows. They will let children figure things out for themselves whenever it is constructive to do so and will become more actively involved when it seems appropriate. We are helping children learn to exert control over their own bodies and to solve their own problems. This applies to social skills as well as cognitive and physical areas. Children feel good when they know they have some control over themselves and have an impact on their environment.
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|Type||Create Date||Due Date||Corrected Date||Status|
|Regulation/Restriction: 3.4.3: A system for taking attendance, including documentation of the time when each child arrives and departs each day he/she attends the CBCCPP, shall be established. The licensee shall save all daily attendance records identifying the hours of children's attendance for at least twelve (12) months from the date that care is provided.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 22.214.171.124.1: There shall be a safe outdoor play area with a minimum of seventy-five (75) square feet per child to provide opportunities for vigorous play and large muscle activity on the premises or within a safe walking distance of the CBCCPP approved by the Division.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VF4: There shall be a sturdy, easily cleanable structure, of adequate height with a non-absorbent surface for diaper changing.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VE7b: The evacuation plan, including a system to account for all children at a predetermined safe place, shall be practiced and recorded at least once a month. Practice drills may be pre-announced.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIIB17: The facility shall meet all applicable requirements of the Department of Labor and Industry and the Agency of Natural Resources, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Federal ProChildren Act of 1994. (Note that the Department of Labor is now the Division of Fire Safety).|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIIC16: Daily attendance records, listing the dates and hours of attendance for each child, shall be maintained on the premises and kept up-to-date for a period of at least the previous 12 months.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIIC13i: Prior to admission, each child's file shall contain the following: a completed immunization form listing types and dates of immunizations. The immunization form must attest that the child has been immunized in accordance with the schedule of immunization determined by the Vermont Department of Health, or a statement which attests that: I. the child has not been immunized because the immunization is medically contraindicated, or II. the child has not been immunized because to do so would interfere with the child's or families moral or religious beliefs, or III. the child has been immunized according to the schedule except for specifically named immunizations listed in the statement. The statement shall attest that these immunizations will be given within a reasonable stated period of time. A child shall not receive care at the facility after the stated period of time has lapsed unless there is a written statement that the child has received all immunizations required by the schedule.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VA23: There shall be a safe outdoor play area that provides a minimum of 75 square feet per child. This play area shall be fenced or otherwise protected from traffic and other hazards and includes a provision for shade. The play area shall be inspected regularly for removal of dangerous and hazardous materials.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VG4: Children shall wash their hands with soap under warm running water: upon arrival, before eating, after using the toilet or having their diaper changed, after handling animals, and after playing outside.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VG6: Staff shall wash their hands with soap for at least 10 seconds under warm running water: upon arrival at the facility, before preparation of food or bottles, before feeding a child, after diapering a child, after using the toilet or helping a child use the toilet, after cleaning up after a sick child or injured child, after handling items soiled with blood or body fluids, after handling animals, and before and after giving medication.|
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