Chapter 3 Infant Feeding

Some infants (often those born prematurely) do not give cues that are very easy to read.

If you have difficulty understanding an infant's signals, talk with the parents about ways their baby communicates with them, or consult with a public health nurse.



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Assignment A

Tips and Ideas

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How does your child care program handle allergies?

Assignment B

Food Safety Scenario

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Assignment C

Family Style Dining

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Chapter 3: Infant Feeding




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  2. Forum Discussion Board Assignments:

                   C. Family Style Dining


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Preventing Choking

Dishwashing Procedures

Food Handling Scenario

Food Safety Rules

Making Mealtime Meaningful for Children over 3

Making Mealtime Meaningful for Infants and Toddlers

Meal Planning Guide

Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Infants

My Centers Food Handling Meal Time Procedures



Child Care Licensing Guidebook Resources


Food Allergy Statement

Child Care Emergency Plan for Food Allergic Reactions




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