Internal Code: MAS 4065 Marketing Assignment Help Question 1: Provide two (2) examples of how educators can engage with children to promote healthy eating during mealtimes: Question 2: Describe three (3) ways in which an educator could ensure children have access to water throughout the day. Question 3: List three (3) ways to share information about healthy eating with children. Question 4: List three (3) ways to share information about healthy eating with families. Question 5: Read the chocolate wafer label below and answer the questions that follow. a) Would you give this product to a child with coeliac disease? Explain your answer. b) There is nothing in the ingredients list that says this product contains nuts. Would it be safe to give to a child with an anaphylactic reaction to nuts? Explain your answer. c) Does this product belong to a category in the healthy food pyramid? See the Australian Government ‘eat for health’ Australian Guide to Healthy eating pie-graph found at healthy-eating to find the name of the category it goes in. d) What would you do if you had a child in your care that had this product in their lunch box every day? e) Would you allow a child with lactose intolerance to consume this product? Question 7: Read the ingredient lists for two types of fruit yoghurt below and answer the questions that follow. a) Which fruit yoghurt would a family with Islamic cultural beliefs allow their child to consume? Why? b) According to the Australian Dietary Guidelines: Healthy eating for children guidelines how many serves of dairy should children aged 4-5 years have each day? Question 8: Develop a weekly menu for a 3 to 5 year old group using the Australian Dietary Guidelines: Healthy eating for children guidelines. Your menu must include the following: The recommended daily serves of fruits, vegetables, breads, cereals and proteins to provide a balanced daily diet in your menu The recommended daily intake of fluids Alternative Food for a child with coeliac disease (gluten free) if required Alternative food for a child with Islamic cultural beliefs (Halal) if required Question 9: Create poster in the box below that could be displayed in the workplace to promote and provide information regarding healthy eating to families. Refer to the Australian Dietary Guidelines: Healty eating for children guidelines and Healthy Eating Poster for ideas. Question 10: According to the Infant Feeding Guidelines: a) What is the recommended age solid foods should be introduced to infants? What are the nutritional reasons for this? b) What is the recommended age pastuerised cows milk may begin to be given to infants as a main drink? c) What are the health implications for an infant if they are put to bed with a bottle? Question 11: Case Study 1 Jane is assisting Malcolm the lead educator in the toddler’s room open the children’s morning tea in their lunch boxes. Jane notices he is not wearing any gloves. Jane is concerned that Malcolm is not adhering to food safety procedures and says to Malcolm, “Can I get you a set of gloves Malcolm?” Malcolm replies, “Oh it’s ok Jane I’m not touching the food, just the packet, I am fine thanks”. Jane accepts and respects her lead educator’s response but knows that her training for safe food handling tells her otherwise. Jane has also noticed that whilst Malcolm was opening a packet of savoury biscuits for a child he became distracted interacting with another child and has handed the packet of savoury biscuits back to the wrong child. Jane fears that the child he handed the biscuits to has coeliac disease and if the child eats these biscuits he will become very ill. a) If you were Jane would you have made sure that Malcolm practiced safe food handling procedures? Why or why not? b) Explain what Jane should do and say to Malcolm when he handed the biscuits to the wrong child. c) Refer to the Blue Bay Early Learning Centre safe Food Handling policy and list the procedures that Malcolm should have followed. Question 12: Case Study 2 Sian has been asked to prepare the room for morning tea. Sian asks her educational leader how many children are in class today and Diane replies “we have twenty four preschool children today”. Sian begins to set the tables with one jug of water per table, bowls for each place setting and places only a couple of spoons per table. The children transition to the meal time tables after their hand washing routine. Four children don’t seem to have a chair, another table has children arguing over whom the spoons belong to and one child at another table is missing a cup so decides to drink directly. a) How should Sian arrange the furniture and utensils to ensure all children are catered for? b) How would this contribute to creating an enjoyable mealtime? 16 total views, 2 views today