We are in the fourth week of the 2015-16 Year and what a great start it is! Foods class have finished the Chapter of “The Amazing World of Food”, and Unit 1: Food in Your Life! Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 will be a great day for FOODS class so make sure that you are here
Early Lifespan Development classes are rapping up Chapter 1: “Learning about Children”. We had a great “taste test” activity last week! There will be several more to come!
Child Development Services I students have already started their Orientation I&II in class and Child Development Services II students have started at their placements today! Keep checking back for updates in Family and Consumer Sciences class Have a great year HCHS!!!!
Orientation training for students that have signed up for Child Development Services class will be in Mrs. Cracraft’s room on August 6th, 2014 from 9am-3pm. Please bring an ink pen, and a copy of either your birth certificate, drivers licenses, or social security card. AND you must know your social security number. If you are under 18, you will have a form for your parent or guardian to sign. Be on time and ready to go! This is a state mandated training. Pizza and drinks will be provided for lunch. Please feel free to e-mail me if you have questions. Thank you!
Child Development will do a project this week and we are in need of magazines and pictures of babies one year of age and younger. Please no valuable pictures of family, friends, etc.
We will be creating a “book” of pictures of babies including the month and a physical characteristic of that month. Your book must contain all 12 months, pictures for each month, and characteristic for that month!
120 points Due Friday morning 3-8-2013
3 points for each month, 3 points for each picture, 4 points for characteristic of that month.
Welcome back Thorobreds! Im excited for the 2011-12 Year! Keep checking back for updated content and important information!!!
4/12/11 Explain how you like working in groups.
4/13/11 Why do you need to know about spending plans?
4/11/11 How was the foods lab on Friday? What did you all do?
4/12/11 Descrive whey.
4/13/11 Explain how to properly store dairy products.
4/14/11 Describe the effects of heat on milk & cream.
4/15/11 Summarize reasons for using dairy substitues.
4/11/11 How might a childs early relationships influence his relationships in life?
4/12/11 Why do you think an infant needs to interact with adults?
4/13/11 What chapters are in Unit 3?
4/14/11 What factors influence a baby's growth and development ?
4/15/11 Explain if a parent should be concerned if their child's length or weight does not match the averages on a growth chart.
Describe the process of creating a spending plan.
Explain SMART goals and give an example
Describe the steps in creating a apending plan
Describe Net Worth
Explain the gumball analogy
Describe premature and false labor
Describe cesarean birth
Describe premature birth
Describe the newborns apperance
Explain Dairy substitutes
Explain scalded milk
Explain cooking with yogury
3/28/11 Describe a spending plan in your own words
3/28/11Â Explain waht you have learned about spending plans
3/29/11 Explain how are spending plans useful for teens
3/30/11 Explain the difference between income and expenses
3/28/11Â Describe the three stages of labor
3/29/11 Describe the 5 factors that determine the Apgar Scale
3/30/11 Describe Jaundice and Bilirubin
3/31/11 Describe Colostrum
4/1/11 Describe postpartum depression
3/28/11 Describe your favorite types of dairy foods
3/29/11Â Explain “pasteurized”
3/30/11 Explain nutrients in milk.
3/31/11 Explain fresh cheese
4/1/11 Explain ripened cheese
3/14 open door
relate the following words to your class content for this week's journals.
3/7/11 Big Bucks
2/28 Explain interest
3/1 Explain return
3/2 Explain unearned income
3/3 Explain simple interest
3/4 Explain compound interest
2/28 Explain and describe garbanzo beans
3/1 Explain and describe tofu
3/2 Explain pumpkin seeds
3/3 What type of lab would you like to do with legumes, nuts, and seeds? Explain.
3/4 Explain how you study best
All week are open journals
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