Module 7 Healthy Practices

Debbie · December 9, 2019

The outlines and handouts for this course can be found in Materials. Download the Child Health Safety Supplemental Guide as a resource.

Hello! Welcome to Module 7 of the Child Care Basic!

This is the seventh module of 10 modules required to complete the Child Care Basic. All 10 modules must be completed to fulfill the Washington State Pre-service Training for Early Childhood workers.

Each module has a review to help you remember the concepts in preparation for the final quiz at the end of Module 10. After successfully passing the Module 10 quiz you will receive your certificate for the Child Care Basic Course.

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ChildHealthSafetySupplementalGuide_English       Overview Healthy Practices M7    Does this comply M7.1    The Professional’s Role M7.2

Responding to the child in concerns of abuse and neglect M7.4       first aid supplies M7

Healthy Practices (Part I) M7.5    M7.6b

Outcome A
Foundational Quality Standards for Early Learning Programs (2019): Section 186 (“Food allergies and special dietary needs“); Section 196 (“Food sources”); Section 197 (“Safe food practices”); Section 198 (“Food preparation areas”); Section 200 (“Handwashing and hand sanitizer”); Section 220 (“Bathroom space and toilet training”); Section 221 (“Diaper changing areas and disposal”). Online at:
Module 8: Healthy Practices (Part II)
Outcome B
Foundational Quality Standards for Early Learning Programs (2019): Section 145 (“Outdoor early learning program space“); Section 180 (“Meal and snack schedule”); Section 185 (“Menus, milk, and food”); Section 265 (“Sleep, rest, and equipment”); Section 270 (“Overnight care”); Section 290 (“Infant and toddler sleep, rest, and feeding”); Section 291 (“Infant and toddler safe sleep practices”). Online at:
Outcome C
Foundational Quality Standards for Early Learning Programs (2019): Section 205 (“Child, staff, and household member illness“); Section 500 (“Health policy”).Online at:

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