World of Fun Early Learning Center, Inc.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 
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POLICIES AND RESOURCES


Food and Nutrition Policy

We believe nutrition and healthy eating  habits are fundamental skills for young children.  It is our goal to provide a variety of nutritious, healthy meals and snacks that will promote growth and healthy lifestyles. 

We provide meals and snacks that include a variety of food groups including meat, meat alternatives, bread and grains, fruits, vegetables, and fluid milk. 

Our meals and snacks provide nutrition for children including carbohydrates and proteins while limiting fat, sugar, and salt.

Our menus rotate on a four-week schedule to provide variety for your child.  We are a member of the Child and Adult Care Food Program. 

*Please note that food from home is not permitted unless there is an allergy


  Discipline Policy

We believe that children thrive in an environment that is secure, predictable, nurturing and supportive. We believe it is important to set realistic expectations and limits for young children to ensure the safety of each child; the protection of his/her rights and those of other; and the protection of property. When a child exceeds the limits, we guide in a manner that is firm, positive and still maintains the child’s self-respect. Sometimes experiencing the consequences of his/her actions can be learning experience for a child. Giving choices or redirection when a child’s behavior is inappropriate can be used to avoid uncontrollable misbehavior. We will strive to help the children solve their own problems. We acknowledge the child’s feelings and help him/her to be considerate of the feelings of others.

 Discipline is something adults do with and for children, rather than something they do to children. The intentions is to help children become self disciplined as they learn appropriate and acceptable behavior.

 


The Maryland Learning Links – Making Access Happen (MAH) project is a joint MSDE-Johns Hopkins University effort designed to support and increase the participation of three- to five-year-old children with disabilities in public and private community-based early care and education programs. Click here to visit the MAH webpage. The parent Maryland Learning Links website also provides a wide range of information about related early childhood initiatives and resources.

The Early Childhood Gateway of Maryland’s Early Childhood Intervention and Education System of Services, which provides numerous resources for providers and families with young children with disabilities, birth through five. Click on http://www.mdecgateway.org/.

CHILD CARE SUBSIDY PROGRAM The purpose of the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) Program is to provide financial assistance with child care costs to eligible working families through each local department of social services. The CCS Program issues vouchers to eligible families in need of help with the cost of child care. To receive this assistance, families must meet certain requirements. In addition to help with the cost of child care, families can receive help locating a licensed child care provider.


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