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For this project, you’ll write a 2 to 3 page paper that explains safe indoor and outdoor learning environments for one of the following age groups:
6 to 12 months
1 to 3 years
3 to 5 years
Include the following components:
Introductory paragraph. Share an opening paragraph that shows the importance of providing a healthy and safe indoor and outdoor learning environment.
Paragraph 2. Discuss an ideal location, space, and security of a center, school, or other facility, and explain appropriate facility maintenance and upkeep.
Paragraph 3. Identify and describe two age-appropriate indoor learning activities that reinforce the importance of health, nutrition, and safety.
Paragraph 4. Identify and describe two other age-appropriate outdoor learning activities that reinforce the importance of health, nutrition, and safety.
Paragraph 5. Identify a disability or allergy that may have an impact on a child successfully completing at least one of the activities you identified. Share an adaptation that you could include to allow him or her to participate.
Conclusion paragraph. Summarize the main points of the paper, and discuss the information mentioned in the body paragraphs.
Final Project Essentials:
A cover page that includes the title of the paper, the course title (ECE110-Wellness and Safety in Early Childhood), my name, and the date of submission
A reference page, at the end of your project, that correctly lists each resource you used to support your thoughts in your paper
Times New Roman or Arial, Size 12 font
Your paper is 2 to 3 full pages (2 pages is the minimum)
You should have a minimum of 2 research articles for this assignment, and they need to be cited correctly in APA formatting style
Double-space your writing
Review your work for clarity (complete sentences) and to avoid grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors
Your final project must be your own original work. You may not submit a previously written paper or submit any work other than your own.
To avoid plagiarism, be sure to include citations for the outside sources (research, your textbook, etc.) that support your statements. It’s always necessary to give another author credit! Here APA format (Links to an external site.) is more information about citing research in . It is always best to quote another source sparingly (aim for less than 20% of your total submission) and, instead, paraphrase (or summarize) the main idea of what the author is saying — be sure to still give the original author credit (in-text citation). If you have any questions about citing your work, be sure to reach out to me.