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Group care of children

Morris Fritz Mayer

Group care of children

crossroads and transitions

by Morris Fritz Mayer

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Published by Child Welfare League of America in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMorris Fritz Mayer, Leon H. Richman, Edwin A. Balcerzak.
ContributionsRichman, Leon H., Balcerzak, Edwin A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14607152M

  For example: sing a group time song at the beginning, read a story, group discussion/intentional teaching, group game/music and movement, group song and then transition song to the next task. Overall group time should be simple, interesting and engaging which enables all children to participate and feel a sense of belonging within the group. A person providing care and guidance of the children in a group day care/nighttime home, under the supervision of the licensee. 3. CAREGIVER. A person providing care and guidance of the children in the home. 4. CHARACTER AND SUITABILITY. The person maintainsFile Size: KB.

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