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Strand 5
Students will discuss and participate in activities regarding childcare services/early childhood education and its effect on families, communities and careers. (Pre-School, Kindergarten - Grade 3) (FACS Education Pathway)
Standard 2
Describe the developmental value of play.
  • Child Care Unit-Day 3
    This lesson will discuss the value of play for children.
  • Child Nutrition Unit
    This unit will teach students the importance of developing proper nutrition and eating habits early in life.
  • Preschool
    Play is the way a child learns. Students will experience various types of play.
  • The Value of Play
    This lesson will help students recognize the the value of creative play.

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