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H&H Child Care Training Center LLC

H&H Child Care Training provides pre service and continued eductation for child care professionals. We offer online continued education text (exculding media) in multiple languages including Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Farsi and others. Online classes are suitable for viewing on computers as well as mobile devices like iPad, Android tablets and most smart phones.

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Importance of Routine in Child Care

Having a set routine is important for children to have in the child care setting. H&H offers many unique trainings to help plan for daily routines and activities which are available for online or inclass trainings. Included below please find information from the Maryland State Department of Education Licensing Branch this very interesting Resource Document: Importance of Daily Routine for Child Care  A set routine is used by children and providers as part of their internal clocks.  It is used as way of keeping time.  It helps them to be assured of what will happen next.  Everyone moves through the day more smoothly when they know what to expect next. They ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 01/14/2014

Reading and Talking About Feelings With Preschoolers

The preschoolers in our classroom bring their questions, thoughts, and worries to class with them. To help the children cope with their feelings about sensitive issues—we call them tender topics—the teachers carefully choose books to read and discuss. You can do this with your child at home. Find the “right” book. Ask a teacher or a children’s librarian to recommend a picture book to fit the situation. There are books about everyday challenges such as eating and getting along with siblings. And, there are books about tender topics such as moving to a new home, divorce, illness, and military deployment.  Read an...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 08/08/2013

Summer Safety Tips

As the days get warmer and longer, help children stay safe by following these simple tips. Obtain written permission from parents or guardians to administer medicine, lotions, or sprays. Prepare and take a first aid kit wherever you go. Always include medication children need and emergency contact information. Regularly replenish Band-Aids and other materials for cuts and scrapes.  Schedule outdoor play time to avoid the sun’s peak hours, which are generally between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Make sure children have access to shade and plenty of drinking water when outside. Use broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30. Appl...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 06/26/2013

Bullying, Harassment, Intimidation

    WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREVENT BULLYING AND IT’S HEALTH RISKS? 1. Be aware about bullying and its serious ill effects and explain them to your children.2. Share this information with other parents, friends, and neighbors.3. Be encouraged and supported to continue your efforts to nurture a home environment that promotes mutual respect, understanding and support of each other, while it disapproves use of physical or verbal aggression, threats to safety, being made fun of, called derogatory names or being ignored, unwelcomed, or left out.4. Advocate for the development in your child’s school of a program which has been proven by previous research to be e...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 06/03/2013

Transitions to Kindergarten

With many preschool classes getting ready to wrap up and send their student off to kindergarten, I thought this was a great article to share. Going to kindergarten is an important life event. Preschoolers can feel excited—and a bit worried, too. Families have similar feelings, knowing their child is going to the “big school.” Preschool teachers want the children in their classrooms to be ready for kindergarten. In this article, we’ll give you some tips to help children prepare. Some ideas are for children who will move to a new elementary school. Others are for children who will stay in the same building, usually a pre-K to elementary setting. You’ll also ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/13/2013

TYC Cover Teacher Nominations

TYC Cover Teacher Nominations Teaching Young Children features an outstanding preschool teacher in each issue of the magazine. Teachers who are selected appear on the cover of the magazine and are profiled through a corresponding feature. If you know of an exemplary preschool teacher who deserves to be honored in this way, please complete theNomination Form. Nominations are accepted year-round.   Information obtained from the Naeyc.org website   ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 05/13/2013

One in five children is overweight or obese by age 6. You can help.

One in five children is overweight or obese by age 6.  You can help.  As child care and early education providers, you are a powerful force in children's lives and can help them learn habits that prevent childhood obesity and can keep them healthy for life. Focus on five goals to get your kids off to a healthy start. 1. Physical Activity: Provide 1-2 hours of physical activity throughout the day, including outside play when possible. 2. Screen Time: No screen time for children under 2 years. For children age 2 and older, strive to limit screen time to no more than 30 minutes per week during child care, and work with parents and ...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 04/17/2013

H&H Refund Policy

February 2013 Effective immediately, H&H will not be able to refund any payments made for training sessions.  If there is a true emergency and a student is not able to make the session they have registered for then as a one-time courtesy.  H&H will give the student the option to attend the next scheduled class for the same training, otherwise their deposit/tuition will be forfeited....Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 02/19/2013

Physical Activity Guidelines

As a commitment to children’s health the following Physical Activity Guidelines have been developed by the Maryland State Department of Education:   Preschoolers (ages 3-5) are provided with at least 60 minutes of structured and at least 60 minutes of unstructured physical activity per day. Toddlers (ages 1-2) are provided with at least 30 minutes of structured and at least 60 minutes of unstructured physical activity per day. At least one provider joins children in active playat least one time per day. Children are provided outdoor active playtime at least two times per day. Child care providers do not withhold active playtime as punishment. T...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 02/15/2013

Winter Weather and Indoor Air Quality Tips

For many of us, wintertime means cold, snowy weather.  Before sending the children in your care outside, you’ll want to review our tips for ensuring their safety.  In cold weather: Children should wear layers of loose-fitting, lightweight clothing. Outer garments such as coats should be tightly woven, and be at least water repellent when precipitation is present, such as rain or snow; Children should wear a hat, coat, and gloves/mittens kept snug at the wrist; Caregivers/teachers should check children’s extremities for maintenance of normal color and warmth at least every fifteen minutes. More information in Standard 3.1.3.2: Playing Outdoors. Don&rsquo...Continue Reading >>>
By: Hwaida Hassanein , on 01/21/2013