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Types of Preschools

Preschool institution - provides pedagogical and medical services for the upbringing, training, care and supervision of children from 2 months to 6 (7) years, as well as methodological assistance to parents or persons substituting them, based on approved education and training programs.

Types of Preschools

1) a kindergarten of a general developing type with priority implementation of one or several directions of development of pupils (intellectual, artistic and aesthetic, physical, etc.);

2) a kindergarten of a compensating type with priority implementation of a qualified correction of deviations in the physical and mental development of pupils;

3) a kindergarten for supervision and rehabilitation with priority implementation of sanitary-hygienic, preventive and improving measures and procedures;

4) a kindergarten of a combined type (the composition of a combined kindergarten may include general education, compensating and health groups in a different combination);

5) child development center - kindergarten with the implementation of physical and mental development, correction and rehabilitation of all pupils.
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Types of Preschools

  1. Hygienic requirements for kindergartens
    General Provisions The main types of kindergartens are kindergartens, kindergartens and the most common and preferred in modern conditions, combined kindergartens (nurseries). Preschool institutions are organized for children aged 2 months to 7 years and are completed in groups according to the age principle (Table 133) *. Table 133. Groups of preschool children
  2. Microclimate of preschool institutions.
    Ventilation mode and ventilation rules of preschool institutions. Air pollution, together with the violation of the natural physical composition, makes the air environment surrounding us extremely unfavorable for life, which, according to the latest scientific data, forces the human body to spend 80% of its internal resources only on ensuring the possibility of existence in it. Permanent Premises
  3. In order to prevent food poisoning in preschool institutions, it is proposed:
    strictly observe the sanitary and anti-epidemic regime on the catering units; 2) daily check the staff of the catering department for the presence of pustular diseases and immediately remove the sick from work; 3) strictly monitor the terms of sale and storage conditions of perishable products and ready-made food, strictly observe the technology of cooking vegetable dishes, conduct the marriage of food before distribution;
  4. Summaries. Summaries of valeology classes in a preschool, 2010
    Our faithful friends. My wonderful nose. Why do people need hands. Vitamins Learn your baby to breathe correctly. Human habits. Drink milk for children. Where is health hidden.
  5. Cheat sheets. The basics of hygiene and pediatrics of preschool children, 2010
    Suitable for students of pedagogical universities. Types of preschool institutions, hygiene requirements for the equipment of children's institutions, neuropsychic development
  6. Types of catering facilities
    Public catering enterprises can conditionally be divided into the following types: 1) working on raw materials - with a full cycle of processing of raw materials, producing semi-finished products (kitchen factories, procurement factories, specialized procurement workshops, etc.); 2) working in semi-finished products, producing finished products (canteens, culinary factories and workshops, dining cars, cafes, snack bars,
  7. Motivation and character types
    The connection between motivation and type of character is revealed to the greatest extent in the typological approach of P. B. Gannushkina. He identified types of psychopathies and introduced the basic concepts that became the foundation for the study of types of character accentuations (K. Leonhard, A.E. Lichko, etc.). Related to the "average people" (E. Kretschmer), these types act as character trends, widely used for typological characterization
  8. PRESCHOOL AGE
    Preschool age (from 3 to 7 years) is a direct continuation of an early age in terms of general sensitivity, carried out by the ontogenetic developmental potential. This is the period of mastering the social space of human relations through communication with close adults, as well as through game and real relationships with peers. Preschool brings a new baby
  9. Subject and tasks of pediatrics and preschool hygiene
    In literal translation, the word "pediatrics" means the doctrine of the treatment of childhood diseases (Greek. Paidos - child and iatreia - treatment). However, such an interpretation only approximately reflects the tasks of pediatrics. An outstanding pediatrician, academician M.S. Maslov, wrote in the first half of the 20th century: “Pediatrics ... sets as its main goal the creation of the best conditions for the comprehensive development of the children's body and
  10. PSYCHOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN OF PRESCHOOL AGE
    If the main task of the mental development of children in early childhood was to master the child's static-motor (walking) and speech skills, then the goal of preschool childhood is to ensure that the child is ready for school. In the framework of the preschool period, it is customary to distinguish the younger preschool age (from 3 to 4/5 years and the senior preschool age 4/5 - 617 years). At the same time, 3-4 years is age
  11. PRESCHOOL AGE
    Preschool childhood is a large segment of a child’s life. This age is a direct continuation of an early age in terms of general sensitivity, carried out by the uncontrollability of the ontogenetic potential for development. This is the period of mastering the social space of human relations through communication with close adults, as well as through game and real relationships with peers [7. S. 163]. Conditions
  12. Types of Diarrhea
    Chronic diarrhea - daily profuse stool with a mass of more than 300 mg / day, lasting more than 2 weeks. Types of diarrhea (A.I. Parfenov, 1998): • Hypersecretory. Increased secretion of water and electrolytes into the intestinal lumen is caused by bacterial infections (cholera, staphylococcus, etc.), abuse of laxatives (bisacodyl, phenolphthalein, etc.). The chair is watery. • Hyperosmolar. Decrease
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