Egg Allergies Stickers

Egg Allergies Stickers

Food allergies in children are common and can be due to peanuts, other tree nuts (brazil, cashew, hazelnuts, almonds), fish, shellfish, eggs, wheat, milk, milk products, soy, seed and some fruits. Food allergies are more common in children under 5 years of age than in older children because young children may grow out of food allergies. The commonest food allergies are due to milk, egg and peanut. Peanut allergy is the most likely allergy to need availability of adrenaline. Other substances to which children can have a severe allergic reaction are drugs (especially antibiotics and vaccines), bees, other insect stings, and some plants. The most severe form of allergic reaction to any substance is anaphylaxis and effective immediate management requires adrenaline. Where a child is known to have a susceptibility to severe allergy or anaphylaxis to a particular food, have a “food free policy” for that particular food, e.g. a...
Kelly Huntley - Jul 28, 2016
Different sinks have specific purposes

Different sinks have specific purposes

For health and safety reasons sinks have different uses within an Early Childhood Service.  PDF have created a range of vinyl sticker to show the ONLY purpose of a particular sink and water will run off them so they are perfect for wet areas. www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au * Dishwashing only sink * Paint only sink * Handwashing only sink   
Kelly Huntley - Jun 25, 2016
Have a safe waving point in Childcare

Have a safe waving point in Childcare

Separation anxiety in children is when children fear being parted from their parents or guardians. It’s common and normal among babies and toddlers. A very small number of preschoolers and school-age children develop a more serious form of the condition, called separation anxiety disorder. There are things you can do if you have a child with either of these issues. Identifying separation anxiety in children Separation anxiety reaches its peak in babies aged 14-18 months and typically decreases throughout early childhood. Stranger anxiety is similar to separation anxiety and involves wariness and distress in the presence of unfamiliar people. It can occur from 7-10 months and usually decreases after the child’s first birthday. These anxieties are a normal part of development, and are nothing to be concerned about. After all, these anxieties happen when children are becoming more mobile, so they make sense from a survival point of view. That...
Kelly Huntley - Jun 24, 2016
Acknowledgement of Country

Acknowledgement of Country

An Acknowledgement of Country is a way of showing awareness of and respect for the traditional Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander owners of the land on which a meeting or event is being held, and of recognising the continuing connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to their Country. Show respect to the Traditional Owners of our land the Aboriginal people with our weatherproof corflute, UV printed sign  www.pdfeduationsupplies.com.au This  PDF Education Supplies resources aim to support Quality Area 6  Element 6.3.4
Kelly Huntley - Jun 24, 2016
Visitors Press door bell

Visitors Press door bell

Do you have the door locked for safety? Create a professional first impression with our new metal Door Bell sign.  Complete with 4 drill holes this sign will last forever outdoors and creates a professional look and lets visitors know that their visit is important to you.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Jun 24, 2016
Heal The Past and Build The Future

Heal The Past and Build The Future

Closing the Gap, Reconciliation, and Sorry Day we need to work together. We should always respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. This latest sign from PDF Education Supplies is our sign of respect.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au "As Australians, we are all here, woven into this country. As part of our reconciliation journey, there are truths to tell, stories to celebrate, and relationships to grow. Reconciliation is at the heart of our nations’ future. Join us on our nation’s reconciliation journey." Reconciliation Australia
Kelly Huntley - Jun 24, 2016
OUTDOOR PLAY BENEFITS IN WINTER

OUTDOOR PLAY BENEFITS IN WINTER

OUTDOOR PLAY BENEFITS IN WINTER www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au  During the warm spring and summer months, it seems natural to allow children to play outside. When winter comes along, parents may be more hesitant to send children outside. However, there are plenty of ways to make sure children stay safe and healthy outside in the winter and there are health benefits that accompany this outdoor playtime.  1. Children Can Escape Indoor Germs, Bacteria It is impossible to shield children completely from all viruses or bacteria that can make them ill, especially in the winter when they are more prevalent. However, allowing children to come into contact with some of these pests and bacteria in a natural way can actually make them less likely to develop autoimmune disorders and allergies, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).   "It strengthens the immune system by allowing your child an escape from indoor germs and bacteria...
Kelly Huntley - Jun 22, 2016
EMOTIONS MIRROR

EMOTIONS MIRROR

Acrylic safety mirror  to help children identify what emotions look like on themselves particularly useful for children with Autism (ASD).   This mirror has safety round corners and will not shatter www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Apr 26, 2016
Garden Grown with Love

Garden Grown with Love

One of the best  and probably the most fun ways to teach your child about going green is gardening. And really, what better way to ‘grow’ family memories and teach them about sustainability than in a garden? In addition to teaching them about where fresh food comes from, it’s a great way to teach respect and an appreciation for Mother Nature. Gardening can also foster communication, build strong relationships and offer an opportunity to work towards a common goal. Our weatherproof outdoor sign is perfect to display in the garden to show adult and visitors just how proud children are of their garden.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Apr 13, 2016
MUD PLAY BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN

MUD PLAY BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN

There is evidence suggesting that mud play is a basic biological need, and this type of play has many physical, psychological and emotional benefits for children. MUD MAKES YOU HAPPY – New research has shown that exposure to friendly soil bacteria (Mycobacterium Vaccae) stimulates the immune system causing the brain to release serotonin, the endorphin used to regulate mood.  MUD REDUCES  DEPRESSION – Given the link of the friendly bacteria in mud and its ability to make you happy, scientists say that regular exposure to mud will reduce a child’s vulnerability to depression.  MUD REDUCES ALLERGIES & ASTHMA SYMPTOMS – There is increasing evidence that today’s society is “too clean”, and that this is a contributor to increased levels of childhood illnesses, including immune disorders and allergies. We have made a series of corflute weatherproof signs titled "OUTSIDE" they show the benefits children receive from playing outside eg: in Mud, Sandpit...
Kelly Huntley - Mar 22, 2016
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