Child Development

Details: Teachers of young children are responsible for the safety of young children – indoor and out. Safety is always in three stages – preparation before, actions during, and follow-up reporting.

Please respond to this dilemma that could happen in any child care facility. The guidelines that you can use for this dilemma are good common sense and Title 22. Please use a citation from Title 22 to back up your handling of the dilemma.

What would you do if this happened?

You visit the school’s kitchen and observe that there is a huge 50-pound bag of flour sitting on the floor. You notice that the bag is ripped open and is not in a closed container. Bugs, ants, etc. are known to be in the kitchen often. The kitchen staff has left for the day. In addition to the open bag of flour, there are two bottles of disinfectant sitting on the edge of the counter. Children are known to sneak into the kitchen to check for leftover fruits.

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