Task 4: List ways families become involved in learning activities at home. The families can help with learning like homework. The families can ask for extra work to help their children learning. The families can take the children for check-up and doctor appointment. Discuss the benefits and challenges of your selected approaches to ECEC.
Now a days, many parents do not have the option to work only while their children are at school. Most parents come home late from work tired and drained. Motluk feels that “ Because fewer households have a stay at home parent to prepare meals from scratch, families increasingly turn to highly processed convenience foods, take outs, or fast food restaurants.” ( Motluk p.1) Parents that work full time or work different hours every day don’t have time to prepare healthy meals for their kids that’s when the overly processed meals come in handy. When families begin to see the importance of healthy eating then they will find time to prepare healthy meals and just maybe obesity won’t be a problem
Every day, when coming back home, I had to breastfeed my baby again, cook the meal for the family and clean the kitchen, and off course, wash the dishes. My sink became messy with a pile of dishes that were tossed there until I got home. By that time, my husband was a stay home dad , as he had lost his job. I noticed that instead of helping me out, washing his own dishes, at least, he used all the cleaning ones until none was available. I started wondering why he would do that , when I was hassling between my job, the commute, the nights awake to breast feed my three months baby and the kitchen chores.
Some schools offer greasy pizza, unhealthy burgers, and in some cases, ice cream and cake. Some even say that these school lunches are even more unhealthy than today’s fast food chains. These lunches are not bad to offer every once and awhile, but when it is the daily meal a student is given at school, that’s where it starts to become a problem for most students. It’s also said that school lunches
According to “The New Rules for Food Allergies” by Kelley King Heyworth, 71% of kids with allergies have to buy their own snack during parties. Some kids have also been isolated during lunch time and had to sit far away from everyone else because of their allergy. We should be helping these kids while making sure they are still
I most certainly would utilize some pictures, and graphs to provide statistics on children diets. I would also make available reading resources for the moms to reference in their leisure. My high points would cover the buying and preparing of healthy foods and to encourage them to start early developing a pattern with the children to help guard against obesity. With the second audience minus the children and with professional moms, my speech would be a little more intense. Perhaps include a short video on “We Are What We Eat”.
Examples of strategies that teachers can use when creating an inviting and non over stimulating classroom is using classroom furniture such as desks, tables and chairs in a variety of ways that work with the size of the groups during group work activities as shown in appendix _____, displaying students’ work in various ways, utilising wall space in an orderly, yet varied way to display these pieces of work as ‘texts’, in a display of what the students have learnt and their own understanding and providing a well-stocked, easily accessible area for all resources needed throughout the day (Anderson, 2016; Roskos and Neuman,
For example, some of the students had the responsibility to clean up stations, and prepare the snack/lunch for the class. When giving students daily jobs, provides the students to methods to follow classroom while respecting their classmates and their classroom (Component
Mallie got a job washing and ironing and started making money, although she didn’t make enough. Sometimes, they could only afford two meals a day, and some days they wouldn’t eat anything at all if it hadn’t been for the leftovers Mallie would bring home from her job. There were also many times when the family lived on bread and sweat water. Jackie’s mother’s dream was to go have her kids go to school. While she was at work, Willa Mae took
Most kids rely on their parents to love, care and support them unconditionally. However, we see that this isn’t always the case for many of the kids at Sea Pines. An example of this is on visiting day, when Callie is told by her brother “ ‘If you’re looking for Dad, he’s not coming’ ”(20), which disappoints Callie because she genuinely hoped her father would visit her. Although this may not be intentional, parents of these kids end up making it seem as if they are a burden to take care of and visit. Most parents are working long hours to pay for the treatments given at Sea Pines and can’t find the time to come and see them.
The teacher discovered that the student was not eating while she was away from school. So, she gathered all of her “school snacks”, (food items that she ate while at school, microwavable macaroni and cheese, pasta bowls, etc.) and presented them to the student to eat during the school’s winter break. This incident made the staff “check on” other students that were suspected with having food-insecurity. Supplying students with basic needs such as: food items, addresses other unwarranted behaviors.
Going Hungry Hunger in America In Johnson County we are very privileged to have three meals a day, maybe even snacks in between. Mostly we don’t even think or even worry about paying for food, let alone what we will eat for dinner, unless you’re a picky eater. What would it be like if if your parents were always stressed about money and food? For some people that’s what life is like for them and their family, but it wasn’t always like that. Lots of families in the U.S. lose jobs unexpectedly, and don’t know what to do because it’s so new to them.
There are so many fast food restaurants in every town or city, they’re everywhere and the food is prepared and quick so the kids want that because it taste good and the parents buy it because they have no time to make them a meal at home. They may not be able to afford many good foods so their kids buy some junk food or something cheap from a fast food restaurant like McDonald’s. Fast food restaurants are always to blame though or the food companies. The parents keep their children away from that. When the kid asks for it they could simply say no.
Not every kid has a parents around the house all the time. Both parents might have bad work hours and can’t be around there kids very often. That’s where older brothers or sisters get involved. They can teach them too. The older siblings don’t necessarily have to have been taught about obesity.
First of all, kids have that day to be with their family that works every single day and that they are not in the house when they got home from school. I understand that school is very important for your education, but some kids don 't even have the time to say "hi" to their