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MENU PROJECT 605847RR
Program 40534105
Lesson 605847
Exam No. 605847
Exam Name MENU PROJECTTOY PROJECT 605848RR
Program 40534105
Lesson 605845
Exam No. 605845
Exam Name TOY PROJECT
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Thank you Grace for helping me with these exams.Yes I'll send you more information about they exam but I'm also going to send you the other exams to that it wouldn't let go through I'll do all this later today after I get off of work.THANK YOU AGAIN.

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TOY PROJECT
Program 40534105
Lesson 605845
Exam No. 605845
Exam Name TOY PROJECT1 Graded Project
Toy Project
OVERVIEW
Early childhood educators are responsible for selecting safe and
developmentally appropriate toys for children of various age
groups and stages of development. For toys to be developmen-
tally appropriate, the toys and materials used to make them
must meet the needs of children at a particular age and stage of
development. When you’re an early childhood educator, you’ll
need to know what is both safe and developmentally appropriate
for the children for whom you’re buying toys. You should con-
sider the individual needs of each child who will use the toys.
INSTRUCTIONS
Consider both the instructions included within this study
guide and also in the assignment’s video found at http://vid-
eos.pennfoster.com/index.html?vid=4644584249001. For
this graded project, you’ll research the guidelines for selecting
safe and developmentally appropriate toys for all children ages
birth to eight years. Then, you’ll select three specific toys you
believe to be safe and developmentally appropriate for children
of a selected age group, and will explain the appropriateness of
the toy as you answer a series of questions about each toy.
You’ll provide all of the requested information and answer all
of the questions.
Part 1
Research the appropriate guidelines for selecting toys for young
children. This information is available on the Internet and in
many early childhood publications. Then, write a short essay
of 300–350 words summarizing many guidelines regarding toy
safety and developmental appropriateness. You’ll likely wish
to include at least fifteen guidelines in your essay.
2 Toy Project
In your essay, you must include in-text citations in APA for-
mat to indicate where the information originated from.
Exams received without proper in-text citations and a
References page in APA format will be considered plagiarized,
and a grade of 1% may be awarded. Ensure you are correctly
citing all of your research in your essay.
Part 2
Select one of the following age groups:
n 6 to 12 months
n 1 to 3 years
n 3 to 5 years
Select three toys you believe to be safe, developmentally
appropriate and educational for a typical child within the age
group you’ve selected. For each of the toys, provide responses
to the following questions using fully developed sentences and
paragraphs:
n Provide the full name of the toy, and the name of the
manufacturer. If you wish, you may also include an
optional image of the toy.
n Provide a detailed description of the toy in your own
words. Use five – seven sentences to indicate, for exam-
ple, the size of the toy, the materials it’s made from, it’s
purpose, how it is cleaned and sanitized, how it is played
with, how it is stored, its typical purchase price and
where it can be purchased, and other information you
wish to share.
Then, answer each of these questions in its own fully-developed
paragraph:
1. Why is this toy developmentally appropriate for a child in
this age group?
2. Why is this toy educational? What can children learn by
playing with this toy?
3. Why is this toy appealing to a child in this age group?
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4. Would a parent select this toy? Why or why not?
5. Would you select this toy to use with a child in this age group? Why or why not?
6. Is the toy safe for young children? Why or why not?
7. What hazards could you anticipate with this toy? How can you prevent the haz-
ard from happening?
Writing Guidelines
1. Type your submission, double-spaced, in a standard print font, size 12. Use a
standard document format with one-inch margins. (Times New Roman or Arial
are recommended fonts.
2. Include a Title Page in APA format to include your full name, the name and num-
ber of this exam, the name and number of this course, and the date. Refer to the
assignment’s video for a sample image of the Title page.
3. Read the assignment carefully, and include all of the necessary information. Be
sure to cite all of the websites and articles you use.
4. Include in-text citations in your essay, and a References page; use APA format for
both.
5. Review the important information and additional guidance in the
assignment’s video found at http://videos.pennfoster.com/i…
l?vid=4644584249001.
6. You’re invited to attend any optional Open Office Hours for ECE130
(link to this registration site: https://attendee.gotowebinar.c…
rt/8629178735185381121.
To learn how to cite sources in APA format, please attend any “APA Citations in
ECE” optional Open Office Hour found at https://attendee.gotowebinar.c…
rt/7034308535224581633.
4 Toy Project
GRADING CRITERIA
Developmentally Appropriate Toy Project
Grading Criteria Exemplary Proficient Fair Poor
Not
Evident
Included essay with guidelines for
selecting appropriate toys, proper
website citations and copies of
any articles u
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40 29–39 20–28 10–19 0
Selected age group 5 X X X 0
Selected three toys 5 X X X 0
Described toys 5 4 3 2 0
Explained why each toy is
developmentally appropriate
for the age group
5 4 3 2 0
Explained how each toy is
educational and what children
can learn from the toy
5 4 3 2 0
Explained why this toy would
appeal to a child in selected age
group
5 4 3 2 0
Explained why a parent would
select this toy 5 4 3 2 0
Provided sound rationale of why
the student would or wouldn’t use
this toy with a child
5 4 3 2 0
Provided sound rationale of why
this toy is safe for the child 5 4 3 2 0
Explained potential hazards or
cautions associated with use of
the toy
5 4 3 2 0
Grammar, punctuation, format,
APA citations and references
page, and title page
10 8 6 4 0
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Content
The student
n Provides clear answers to the assigned questions
n Addresses the questions in complete sentences, not just
simple yes or no statements
n Supports his or her opinion by citing specific information
from the assigned websites and any other references
n Stays focused on the assigned issues
n Has written an essay in Part One with a minimum of
300–350 words, and has included a minimum of 24
paragraphs in Part Two (eight total paragraphs per toy,
including the toy’s description)
Written Communication
The student
n Uses correct grammar, spelling, punctuation,
and sentence structure
n Makes sure the paper contains no typographical errors
SUBMITTING YOUR PROJECT
Follow this procedure to submit your assignment online:
1. On your computer, save revised and corrected versions of
your essay and menu, naming the file using the following
information: student number_exam number_last name
_first name.
2. Go to http://www.pennfoster.edu and log in.
3. Go to Student Portal.
4. Click on Take Exam next to the lesson you’re working on.
5. Enter your email address in the box provided. (Note: This
information is required for online submission.)
6 Toy Project
6. Attach your file or files as follows:
a. Click on the Browse box.
b. Locate the file you wish to attach.
c. Double-click on the file.
d. Click on Upload File.
7. Click on Submit Files.
8. Exams are evaluated within 5 business days of receipt,
although many times they’re evaluated sooner.
9. You can see the evaluation and exam with comments
from an instructor by clicking on View Exam Results
once you see your grade posted.
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MENU PROJECT
Program 40534105
Lesson 605847
Exam No.605847
Exam Name MENU PROJECT
Menu PROJECT BOOK EXAM 605847RR
1 Graded Project
Menu Project
OVERVIEW
Early childhood educators are often responsible for planning,
preparing, cooking, and serving food to young children during
everyday meals and snacks, in addition to lessons, activities,
and special occasions that include special food and beverages.
As a professional early childhood educator, you’ll need to
know how to follow important guidelines regarding sanitation,
storage, preparation, handling, and presentation of food for
infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
INSTRUCTIONS
This graded assignment requires you to imagine yourself in
the position of director of a center-based child care facility; as
director, you’re hiring and training a new staff member to work
independently in the center’s kitchen area. In the first part
of your Menu Project, you’ll research, summarize, and share
important guidelines about food safety, including sanitation
requirements, food storage, preparation, proper food handling,
and presentations that make food appealing for children. In the
second part of your assignment, you’ll create a one-week menu,
including snacks, for a selected age group following the food
guide now known as “Choose My Plate.” We’ve included images
of the traditional food pyramid and the new “Choose My Plate”
plan for you to use as a reference, but you may wish to refer to
the ChooseMyPlate.gov website for more detailed information.
Part 1: Essay: Orientation Letter
Food safety sanitation requirements, storage, preparation,
proper food handling, and presentation are the first steps in
ensuring proper diet and nutrition for a child’s health and
welfare. As the imagined administrator of your child care
center, you believe the new employee you’ve hired to work
2 Menu Project
unsupervised in your center’s kitchen is experienced, knowl-
edgeable, and already understands most guidelines regarding
these five topics. However, on the new employee’s first morn-
ing of work at your center, you’re alarmed to discover the new
employee doesn’t correctly understand best practices, rules,
regulations, and guidelines well enough to work alone and
unsupervised in the center’s kitchen area for an entire day.
You decide to write an Orientation Letter to your new employee,
and, in it, you will summarize at least twenty (20) of the most
important rules, regulations, and guidelines you expect them
to meticulously follow as they work in the kitchen.
Because you are not sharing your own personal knowledge,
experience, or common sense guidelines within your letter to
your employee, the letter won’t summarize what you already
know about these five topics. Instead, (and as this examina-
tion is considered to be a research assignment), you must use
available sources, both in-print and online, to research the
most professional and proper policies and protocols. Be sure
the books, journal articles, and websites you’re reading and
retrieving information from are credible, reputable,
professional, and offer up-to-date information.
As with all ECE exams, begin with your Title Page formatted
in APA style. (Refer to the assignment’s video for a sample
image of the Title Page in APA format.) Format your paper
using a standard font such as Times New Roman or Arial,
12-point type. Set the margins at a standard 1 inch on all
sides. Set your line spacing for double-spacing. Because
you’ve already provided your information (your first and
last name, your student ID number, the examination name
and number, the course name and number and the date of
submission) on your Title Page, no running header is neces-
sary. The standard style format for citations, if required, is
American Psychological Association (APA). For more infor-
mation on this citation style, refer to this site: https://owl.
english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
Your completed work in Part One will be written in essay
format consisting of seven (7) fully developed paragraphs.
From your research, select at least twenty (20) guidelines and
write about these in your Orientation Letter. In this letter,
be sure to appropriately cite the source of each guideline,
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use APA-formatted in-text citations to indicate the original
source of each guideline, and include a References Page in
APA format at the conclusion of your assignment. Review the
assignment’s video and attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour
to learn examples of guidelines to be included in each para-
graph. Each paragraph will likely be at least five – seven fully
developed sentences.
In structuring your Orientation Letter, you’ll wish to begin with
a salutation (“Dear New Employee,”) followed by an introduc-
tory paragraph that previews for the reader (in this instance,
your new employee) what they’ll be reading and learning about.
In your introductory paragraph, you’

Hi,

The first part of the assignment is 300-350 words (1.5 pages). The part II requires description of 3 toys from a specific age group. For this part, no specific page length is mentioned in the instructions. I think for answering the seven questions for each toy it will take at least 6 pages. (2 pages for each toy).

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In your introductory paragraph, you’ll want to motivate your
reader to understand the important of food safety and to apply

Hi, sorry I just noticed in the rubric part that "Part One with a minimum of
300–350 words, and has included a minimum of 24
paragraphs in Part Two (eight total paragraphs per toy,
including the toy’s description)".

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Hi, We will finish the toy project first. Otherwise it will be confusing and everything will be a mess.

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For the toy project, you need to revise the budget as it will be around 10-12 pages in length (part !- 1.5 page and Part II- 9-10 pages ).

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the outlined practices in their work. Your introductory para-
graph is the best place to include your thesis statement (the
most important statement, summary, point or argument to be
made in your assignment). Your introductory paragraph will
likely be comprised of at least five – seven fully developed sen-
tences.
In your second paragraph, summarize four or more guidelines
you feel are most important regarding the topic of sanitation.
Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit the original
source of each guideline. Review the assignment’s video and
attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn examples of
guidelines to be included. This paragraph will likely be at
least five – seven fully developed sentences.
Your third paragraph will summarize four or more of the
most important guidelines related to the topic of food
storage. Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit
the original source of each guideline. The assignment’s video
and the ECE130 Open Office Hour offer examples of food
storage guidelines to be included. This paragraph will be
five – seven fully developed sentences.
Follow this with a new paragraph of at least five – seven fully
developed sentences that summarize four or more of the most
important guidelines related to the topic of food preparation.
Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit the original
source of each guideline. Review the assignment’s video and
attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn examples of
guidelines to be included.
4 Menu Project
In your fifth paragraph, summarize four or more guidelines
you believe to be most important regarding the topic of food
handling. Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit
the original source of each guideline. Review the assignment’s
video and attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn
examples of guidelines to be included. This paragraph will be
at least five – seven fully developed sentences.
Then, summarize four or more of the most important
guidelines related to the topic of food presentation. Include
APA-formatted in-text citations to credit the original source
of each guideline. Review the assignment’s video and attend
the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn examples of guidelines
to be included. This sixth paragraph will include at least
five – seven fully developed sentences.
Finally, share your conclusion in your final paragraph.
Remind the reader of your supported thesis statement, sum-
marize what they have learned in reading your Orientation
Letter, and reiterate what they’ll be able to do differently (and
better) as a result. Include any final thoughts you believe
your new employee should be left with in order to satisfacto-
rily perform their work, then close your letter appropriately.
Note: there is no specified word count for your Essay:
Orientation Letter of your Menu Project. Your instructor will
consider the quality of your summarized guidelines rather
than count the quantity of your words. Be sure to use fully
developed sentences and paragraphs, and follow APA format-
ting in your in-text citations and references. Essays that are
received without appropriate and comprehensive in-text cita-
tions and a separate References Page in APA format may be
determined to be plagiarized.
Part 2: Creating a Menu
For this part of your project, you’ll select one of the two
age groups offered, and then plan one week’s menu that
includes three meals a day plus three snacks each day.
See Figures 1 and 2, which illustrate the older food guide pyr-
amid and the simpler Choose My Plate food guide,
which shows the proportions of a child’s plate to be filled with
each food group.
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On your submission, be sure to clearly identify which one age
group you’ve selected. The age groups for this project are
• Toddlers 1–2 years old
or
• Preschoolers 3–5 years old
FIGURE 1—The USDA
food pyramid shows the
proportion of foods from
each food group to be
eaten daily. From left, the
sections represent grains,
vegetables, fruits, oils,
dairy, and protein.
Fruits
Vegetables
Grains
Protein
Dairy
FIGURE 2—Choose My Plate simplifies
choosing the right proportions of foods
by showing that half of the daily diet
should comprise vegetables and fruit
and the other half grains and protein,
with the emphasis on vegetables and
grains. The circle represents milk or
other dairy products.
6 Menu Project
After carefully reviewing the nutritional information, you’ll use
the menu template provided to create a five-day menu for your
chosen age group. Take into account the nutritional needs
(calories, recommended dietary intake, and food sources for
vitamins, minerals, and nutrients) for the age group you’re
working with. We’ve included a sample menu with one day’s
menu completed to show you how it should look.
In reviewing your completed menu, your instructor will be
considering the variety you’ve offered in your meal planning,
so be sure to offer different meals

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MENU PROJECT 605847RR
Program 40534105
Lesson 605847
Exam No. 605847
Exam Name MENU PROJECTMENU PROJECT BOOK
OVERVIEW
Early childhood educators are often responsible for planning,
preparing, cooking, and serving food to young children during
everyday meals and snacks, in addition to lessons, activities,
and special occasions that include special food and beverages.
As a professional early childhood educator, you’ll need to
know how to follow important guidelines regarding sanitation,
storage, preparation, handling, and presentation of food for
infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
INSTRUCTIONS
This graded assignment requires you to imagine yourself in
the position of director of a center-based child care facility; as
director, you’re hiring and training a new staff member to work
independently in the center’s kitchen area. In the first part
of your Menu Project, you’ll research, summarize, and share
important guidelines about food safety, including sanitation
requirements, food storage, preparation, proper food handling,
and presentations that make food appealing for children. In the
second part of your assignment, you’ll create a one-week menu,
including snacks, for a selected age group following the food
guide now known as “Choose My Plate.” We’ve included images
of the traditional food pyramid and the new “Choose My Plate”
plan for you to use as a reference, but you may wish to refer to
the ChooseMyPlate.gov website for more detailed information.
Part 1: Essay: Orientation Letter
Food safety sanitation requirements, storage, preparation, proper
food handling, and presentation are the first steps in ensuring
proper diet and nutrition for a child’s health and welfare. As the
imagined administrator of your child care center, you believe the
new employee you’ve hired to work unsupervised in your center’s
2 Menu Project
kitchen is experienced, knowledgeable, and already understands
most guidelines regarding these five topics. However, on the new
employee’s first morning of work at your center, you’re alarmed
to discover the new employee doesn’t correctly understand best
practices, rules, regulations, and guidelines well enough to
work alone and unsupervised in the center’s kitchen area for an
entire day. You decide to write an Orientation Letter to your new
employee, and, in it, you will summarize at least twenty (20) of
the most important rules, regulations, and guidelines you expect
them to meticulously follow as they work in the kitchen.
Because you are not sharing your own personal knowledge,
experience, or common sense guidelines within your letter to
your employee, the letter won’t summarize what you already
know about these five topics. Instead, (and as this examina-
tion is considered to be a research assignment), you must use
available sources, both in-print and online, to research the
most professional and proper policies and protocols. Be sure
the books, journal articles, and websites you’re reading and
retrieving information from are credible, reputable,
professional, and offer up-to-date information.
As with all ECE exams, begin with your Title Page formatted in
APA style. (Refer to the assignment’s video for a sample image of
the Title Page in APA format.) Format your paper using a stan-
dard font such as Times New Roman or Arial, 12-point type. Set
the margins at a standard 1 inch on all sides. Set your line spac-
ing for double-spacing. Because you’ve already provided your
information (your first and last name, your student ID number,
the examination name and number, the course name and num-
ber and the date of submission) on your Title Page, no running
header is necessary. The standard style format for citations, if
required, is American Psychological Association (APA).
For assistance with proper APA in-text citations and references, please
see the Research and Writing page in the Penn Foster Virtual Library:
http://pflibrary.pennfoster.edu/c.php?g=633288
Your completed work in Part One will be written in essay
format consisting of seven (7) fully developed paragraphs.
From your research, select at least twenty (20) guidelines and
write about these in your Orientation Letter. In this letter,
be sure to appropriately cite the source of each guideline,60584700 3
use APA-formatted in-text citations to indicate the original
source of each guideline, and include a References Page in
APA format at the conclusion of your assignment. Review the
assignment’s video and attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour
to learn examples of guidelines to be included in each para-
graph. Each paragraph will likely be at least five – seven fully
developed sentences.
In structuring your Orientation Letter, you’ll wish to begin with
a salutation (“Dear New Employee,”) followed by an introduc-
tory paragraph that previews for the reader (in this instance,
your new employee) what they’ll be reading and learning about
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In your introductory paragraph, you’ll want to motivate your
reader to understand the important of food safety and to apply
the outlined practices in their work. Your introductory para-
graph is the best place to include your thesis statement (the
most important statement, summary, point or argument to be
made in your assignment). Your introductory paragraph will
likely be comprised of at least five – seven fully developed sen-
tences.
In your second paragraph, summarize four or more guidelines
you feel are most important regarding the topic of sanitation.
Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit the original
source of each guideline. Review the assignment’s video and
attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn examples of
guidelines to be included. This paragraph will likely be at
least five – seven fully developed sentences.
Your third paragraph will summarize four or more of the
most important guidelines related to the topic of food
storage. Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit
the original source of each guideline. The assignment’s video
and the ECE130 Open Office Hour offer examples of food
storage guidelines to be included. This paragraph will be
five – seven fully developed sentences.
Follow this with a new paragraph of at least five – seven fully
developed sentences that summarize four or more of the most
important guidelines related to the topic of food preparation.
Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit the original
source of each guideline. Review the assignment’s video and
attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn examples of
guidelines to be included
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In your fifth paragraph, summarize four or more guidelines
you believe to be most important regarding the topic of food
handling. Include APA-formatted in-text citations to credit
the original source of each guideline. Review the assignment’s
video and attend the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn
examples of guidelines to be included. This paragraph will be
at least five – seven fully developed sentences.
Then, summarize four or more of the most important
guidelines related to the topic of food presentation. Include
APA-formatted in-text citations to credit the original source
of each guideline. Review the assignment’s video and attend
the ECE130 Open Office Hour to learn examples of guidelines
to be included. This sixth paragraph will include at least
five – seven fully developed sentences.
Finally, share your conclusion in your final paragraph.
Remind the reader of your supported thesis statement, sum-
marize what they have learned in reading your Orientation
Letter, and reiterate what they’ll be able to do differently (and
better) as a result. Include any final thoughts you believe
your new employee should be left with in order to satisfacto-
rily perform their work, then close your letter appropriately.
Note: there is no specified word count for your Essay:
Orientation Letter of your Menu Project. Your instructor will
consider the quality of your summarized guidelines rather
than count the quantity of your words. Be sure to use fully
developed sentences and paragraphs, and follow APA format-
ting in your in-text citations and references. Essays that are
received without appropriate and comprehensive in-text cita-
tions and a separate References Page in APA format may be
determined to be plagiarized.
Part 2: Creating a Menu
For this part of your project, you’ll select one of the two
age groups offered, and then plan one week’s menu that
includes three meals a day plus three snacks each day.
See Figures 1 and 2, which illustrate the older food guide pyr-
amid and the simpler Choose My Plate food guide,
which shows the proportions of a child’s plate to be filled with
each food group.
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On your submission, be sure to clearly identify which one age
group you’ve selected. The age groups for this project are
• Toddlers 1–2 years old
or
• Preschoolers 3–5 years old
FIGURE 1—The USDA
food pyramid shows the
proportion of foods from
each food group to be
eaten daily. From left, the
sections represent grains,
vegetables, fruits, oils,
dairy, and protein.
Fruits
Vegetables
Grains
Protein
Dairy
FIGURE 2—Choose My Plate simplifies
choosing the right proportions of foods
by showing that half of the daily diet
should comprise vegetables and fruit
and the other half grains and protein,
with the emphasis on vegetables and
grains. The circle represents milk or
other dairy products.
6 Menu Project
After carefully reviewing the nutritional information, you’ll use
the menu template provided to create a five-day menu for your
chosen age group. Take into account the nutritional needs
(calories, recommended dietary intake, and food sources for
vitamins, minerals, and nutrients) for the age group you’re
working with. We’ve included a sample menu with one day’s
menu completed to show you how it should look.
In reviewing your completed menu, your instructor will be
considering the variety you’ve offered in your meal planning,
so be sure to offer different meals and snacks on each of the
five days. Your instructor will also be evaluating the accuracy
of the age-appropriate and measurable serving sizes listed on
your menu. If you need help determining a specific serving
size for a food or beverage item included in your menu, refer
to the information shared within this study guide.
Note: in planning your theoretical menu, it isn’t necessary to
consider or include a calorie count, nor must you plan accom-
modations for food allergies, religious restrictions, or other
dietary considerations.
Preparing Your Project
When you’ve completed your Essay: Orientation Letter and
planned your menu for all five days in the age group you’ve
chosen, you’ll transfer your menu information onto the menu
template. To do so, go to your student portal and locate the
Word file titled “Menu Project Template.” Copy and paste the
menu template into the same document as your Part 1 essay.
Title the menu “Part 2: Creating a Menu.” Using the sample
menu as a guide, complete your menu and save your file.
When you’ve completed both the essay and the menu, check
them carefully for errors. Run the spell check and grammar
check, and pay attention to the red and green lines that mark
possible errors. However, you must also proofread for errors
that the computer doesn’t pick up, such as mistakes in gram-
mar and missing or misused words or punctuation.
Note: If you can’t copy the menu template from the Word file,
you may create your own menu template in the exact image
of the one provided on your portal, or you may photocopy the
template on page 46 and mail your project to the school. Make
sure your menu is typed, neat and legible.
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SUMMARY
Food Groups
To make knowledgeable selections, you need to know what’s
included in each food group. Here are the basic components
of each food group, although you may find additional options
during your research.
Proteins
Protein builds up, maintains, and replaces the tissues
in your body. Some protein foods are highly allergenic;
find out if children in your group have allergies.
Note: Take special care with children who are allergic to
eggs, nuts, or other foods.
The following protein foods may be used as part of a
healthful menu:
• Beef
• Poultry
• Fish
• Eggs
• Nuts and seeds
• Beans and peas (black beans, split peas)
• Lentils
• Tofu
• Veggie burgers
Grains
Whole-grain products such as whole-wheat bread, oatmeal,
and brown rice are recommended because they have more
fiber and help provide feelings of fullness.
Note: Avoid sugary cereals.
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8 Menu Project
Choose from the following grain-based foods as part of a
healthful menu plan:
• Bread
• Cereal
• Rice
• Tortillas
• Pasta
Dairy
Using the Choose My Plate guidelines, the dairy circle could
be fulfilled with up to a cup of milk at each serving (depending
on age), but you also can use yogurt or cheese for dairy serv-
ings. Choose low-fat or nonfat dairy most of the time for
children over two years of age.
Note: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends whole
milk for children 1–2 years of age.
The following dairy-based foods may be part of a healthful
menu plan:
• Milk
• Yogurt
• Cheese
• Fortified soy milk
Fruits
Fruit servings may be fresh, frozen, or dried, but fresh is
always the best choice. Try to avoid using canned fruits
packed in syrup, as they contain too much sugar. If you must
use canned fruit, choose the kind that’s packed in juice with-
out added sugar.
Note: Many children have allergies to strawberries and
bananas, as well as other, more exotic fruits.
Vegetables
Once again, fresh is best! Frozen is a good second choice, but
canned vegetables are often loaded with salt. Look for low-salt
or salt-free varieties if you must buy canned vegetables.
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Note: Vegetables are a great source of vitamins, so children
should be encouraged to try as many as possible.
Calories
Are calories bad for you? No. Your body needs calories for
energy. But eating too many calories—or the wrong kind of
calories—and not burning enough of them through activity can
lead to unhealthy weight gain. In addition, a steady diet of
the wrong kinds of foods begins a lifelong destructive pattern
that leads to obesity and poor health.
Most foods and drinks contain calories. Some foods, such as
lettuce, contain few calories (1 cup of shredded lettuce has
less than 10 calories). Other foods, like peanuts, contain a lot
of calories (1
⁄2 cup of peanuts has 427 calories). Children need
a healthful balance of calories and nutrition.
Kids’ Favorites
Many adults watch their calories if they’re trying to lose weight,
but most active kids don’t need to do this; however, all kids
can benefit from eating a healthy, balanced diet that includes
the right number of calories—not too many and not too few.
Unfortunately, the kinds of foods kids love to eat may be so
high in calories, fat, and sodium that the bad outweighs the
good. For example, macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese
sandwiches, and chicken tenders with fries have long been
favorites of children and staple foods in daycares and homes
alike. But here are some startling numbers that should have
you rethinking those menus:
• The average serving of macaroni and cheese has
800 calories and contains 810 milligrams of sodium
and 48 grams of fat.
• A grilled cheese sandwich with fries contains
1,020 calories and averages 2,170 milligrams
of sodium and 54 grams of fat.
• Chicken fingers with fries contain 1,030 calories,
2,170 milligrams of sodium, and 54 grams of fat.
For preschoolers, one of these meals contains almost a full
day’s calories, more than a full day’s worth of fat, and up to
twice the adequate intake level of sodium. Whole-grain pasta
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10 Menu Project
with tomato sauce, low-fat cheese on toasted (not grilled)
whole-wheat bread, and baked chicken with oven fries are
good substitutes for the high-calorie foods listed.
Caloric Needs of Children
On the average, preschool children ages 1–3 need 900–1,000
calories a day. Children ages 4–8 need up to 1,400 calories.
Height, growth rates, and activity levels will affect individual
requirements. To ensure proper caloric intake and to maintain
proper nutrition, a child should eat the following every day:
• Five servings of fruits and vegetables
• At least one food rich in vitamin C
• At least one food rich in vitamin A
• At least one food that’s high in fiber
• Two servings of protein, such as meat, fish, or eggs, or
alternative protein, such as beans, tofu, or nuts
Vitamins and Fiber
There are 13 recognized vitamins, which must be obtained in
food, since, with a few exceptions, they can’t be synthesized by
the human body. Most vitamins are involved in growth and
metabolism functions, so they’re vital to the health of young
children. Fiber, while not a nutrient, assists in digestion by
absorbing water and providing bulk.
Vitamin C
Sources of vitamin C include the following:
• Oranges
• Tomatoes
• Strawberries
• Grapefruit
• Cabbage
• Cauliflower
• Greens (spinach, kale)
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• Broccoli
• Sweet peppers
• Tangerines
Vitamin A
Sources of vitamin A include the following:
• Cantaloupe
• Pumpkin
• Carrots
• Sweet potatoes
• Spinach
• Apricots
• Broccoli
• Winter squash
• Watermelon
Fiber
Sources of fiber include the following:
• Cereals
• Bananas
• Raisins
• Oatmeal
• Macaroni
• Crackers
• Apples (with skin)
• Whole-wheat bread
• Baked potatoes (with skin)
• Pinto beans
• Green beans
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Serving Sizes
Standard serving sizes are suggested based on the typical
child’s needs. Refer to this section when planning your menu.
Suggested Serving Sizes for Children Ages 1–2
• Milk/juice = 1
⁄2 cup
• Vegetable or fruit = 1
⁄2 cup
• Meat or protein alternative = 1
⁄2 ounce for a snack and 1
ounce for lunch and dinner
• Bread = 1
⁄2 slice
Suggested Serving Sizes for Children Ages 3–5
• Milk/juice = 3
⁄4 cup
• Vegetable or fruit = 1
⁄2 cup
• Meat or protein alternative = 1
⁄2 ounce for a snack and 11
⁄2
ounce for lunch and dinner
• Bread = 1
⁄2 slice
Suggested Serving Sizes for Children Ages 6–12
• Milk/juice = 1 cup
• Vegetable or fruit = 3
⁄4 cup
• Meat or protein alternative = 1 ounce for a snack and 2
ounces for lunch and dinner
• Bread = 1 slice
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BREAD/BREAD ALTERNATE REQUIREMENTS FOR CACFP
Serving Size for 1–5 year old children = 1
⁄2 serving
Serving Size for 6–12 year old children = 1 serving
GROUP A MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP A
Bread-type coating
Breadsticks (hard)
Chow mein noodles
Crackers (saltines and snack crackers)
Croutons
Pretzels (hard)
Stuffing (dry)
Note: Weights apply to bread in stuffing
1
⁄2 serving = 10 grams or 0.4 ounces
1 serving = 20 grams or 0.7 ounces
GROUP B MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP B
Bagels
Batter-type coating
Biscuits
Breads (white, wheat, whole wheat,
French, Italian)
Buns (hamburger or hot dog)
Crackers (graham crackers—all shapes,
animal crackers)
Egg roll skins
English muffins
Pita bread (white, wheat, whole wheat)
Pizza crust
Pretzels (soft)
Rolls (white, wheat, whole wheat, potato)
Tortillas (wheat or corn)
Tortilla chips (wheat or corn)
Taco shells
1
⁄2 serving = 13 grams or 0.5 ounces
1 serving = 25 grams or 0.9 ounces
GROUP C MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP C
Cookies (plain)
Cornbread
Corn muffins
Croissants
Pancakes
Pie crust (dessert pies, fruit turnovers,
and meat/meat alternate pies)
Waffles
1
⁄2 serving = 16 grams or 0.6 ounces
1 serving = 31 grams or 1.1 ounces
GROUP D MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP D
Donuts (cake and yeast-raised, unfrosted)
Granola bars (plain)
Muffins (all except corn)
Sweet roll (unfrosted)
Toaster pastry (unfrosted)
1
⁄2 serving = 25 grams or 0.9 ounces
1 serving = 50 grams or 1.8 ounces
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BREAD/BREAD ALTERNATE REQUIREMENTS FOR CACFP
Serving Size for 1–5 year old children = 1
⁄2 serving
Serving Size for 6–12 year old children = 1 serving
GROUP E MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP E
Cookies (with nuts, raisins, chocolate pieces,
and/or fruit purees)
Donuts (cake and yeast-raised, frosted
or glazed)
French toast
Grain fruit bars
Granola bars (with nuts, raisins, chocolate
pieces and/or fruit)
Sweet rolls (frosted)
Toaster pastry (frosted)
1
⁄2 serving = 31 grams or 1.1 ounces
1 serving = 63 grams or 2.2 ounces
GROUP F MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP F
Cake (plain, unfrosted)
Coffee cake
1
⁄2 serving = 38 grams or 1
⁄3 ounce
1 serving = 75 grams or 2.7 ounces
GROUP G MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP G
Brownies (plain)
Cake (all varieties, frosted)
1
⁄2 serving = 58 grams or 2.0 ounces
1 serving = 115 grams or 4.0 ounces
GROUP H MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP H
Barley
Breakfast cereals (cooked—whole grain,
enriched, or fortified)
Bulgur or cracked wheat
Macaroni (all shapes)
Noodles (all varieties)
Pasta (all shapes)
Ravioli (noodle only)
Rice (enriched white or brown)
1 serving = 1
⁄2 cup cooked or 25 grams dry
GROUP I MINIMUM SERVING SIZE FOR GROUP I
Ready-to-eat breakfast cereal (cold, dry—
whole grain, enriched, or fortified)
1 serving = 3
⁄4 cup or 1.0 ounce, whichever
is less
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Sample Menu
For this sample menu, we chose ages 6–12 and filled in only
one day of the week. You’ll be required to not only choose a
different age group, but also fill in each day, Monday through
Friday, to complete your project.
Form Menu for Age Group 6–12
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Breakfast
• Milk
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
1 cup 2% milk
3
⁄4 cup oat cereal
3
⁄4 cup sliced fruit
Snack
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
or Milk
2.2 ounces granola
3
⁄4 cup apple juice
Lunch
• Milk
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
• Fruit/Vegetable
• Protein
1 cup 2% milk
1
⁄2 cup pasta
3
⁄4 cup green salad
with salad dressing
3
⁄4 cup fruit salad
(2) 1-ounce
chicken meatballs
Afternoon Snack
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
or Milk
2.2 ounce oatmeal
cookie
3
⁄4 cup raisins
(Continued)
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Form Menu for Age Group ______
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Breakfast
• Milk
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
Snack
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
or Milk
Lunch
• Milk
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
• Fruit/Vegetable
• Protein
Afternoon Snack
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
or Milk
Evening Meal
• Milk
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
• Fruit/Vegetable
• Protein
Evening Snack
• Bread
• Fruit/Vegetable
or Milk
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18 Menu Project
SUBMITTING YOUR PROJECT
Prior to Submitting Your
Assignment for Grading
• Watch the brief video on your student portal for this
assignment as it offers greater insight and advanced
instructions on how to successfully complete this exam.
• Attend the optional ECE130 Open Office Hour offered for
this course to meet with an instructor and fellow stu-
dents and learn more detailed information and helpful
hints about this assignment.
• Proofread your work for any spelling, punctuation,
grammatical, or formatting errors.
• Review the Grading Rubric to ensure all portions of the
assignment are satisfied.
• Save your assignment (including the Title Page, Essay,
Menu, and References Page) as ONE continuous file in
Microsoft Word or other rich-text format.
• Read this statement: I declare that the assignment
here submitted is original except for source material
explicitly acknowledged in APA formatted in-text
citations and references.
I acknowledge that I am aware of the College’s policy
and regulations on honesty in academic work, and of
the disciplinary guidelines and procedures applicable
to breaches of such policy and regulations, as
contained in my Student Handbook.
I submit this assignment for grading as my best
efforts, resulting from my careful consideration of
the assignment’s instructions as explained in my
study guide, in the assignment’s video on my student
portal, and during the Open Office Hour. If, after
considering the study guide, the video and the Open
Office Hour, I was unsure of the assignment’s require-
ments, I have already contacted my instructor via
phone or email to seek guidance and clarification.
In submitting this work for a grade, I accept that
my work will not be returned ungraded.
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Submitting Your Project Online
Each project is individually graded and therefore could take
approximately five – seven business days to grade.
Follow this procedure to submit your project online:
Make sure the following information is in the heading of
each document:
• Your name
• Your email address
• Your student number
• Course name and number
• Project number (605847)
To submit your graded project, follow these steps:
1. Go to http://www.pennfoster.edu and log in to your
student portal.
2. On your student portal, click on Take an Exam.
3. In the box provided, enter the project number. The num-
ber for this project is 605847.
4. Click on Submit.
5. On the next screen, enter your email address. (Note: This
information is required for online submission.)
6. If you wish to tell your instructor anything specific
regarding this project, enter it in the Comments.
7. Attach your file or files as follows:
a. Click on the first Browse box.
b. Locate the file you wish to attach.
c. Double-click on the file.
d. To attach the additional files, click on the next
Browse box and repeat steps b and c. Repeat until
all files are uploaded.
8. Click on Submit.
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Submitting Your Project by Mail
If you choose to print and mail in your project for evaluation,
you’ll need to include the answer sheet on the next page.
Carefully prepare your files and proofread them after printing.
Use the following address if you choose to mail the project:
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Let me know how much your going to charge me for this exam thank you.
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This is the other part of the exam
21 Menu Project
Grading Criteria Exemplary Proficient Fair Poor
Not
Evident
Essay: includes information on
food safety, sanitation, require-
ments, storage, preparation,
proper food handling, and
presentation. Sources are
appropriately cited.
40 39–30 29–20 19–10 0
Grammar, punctuation, and
format (10 points) 10 8 6 4 0
Menu: Age group is clearly
identified. 10 8 6 4 0
Menu is complete and varied. 20 19–15 14–10 9–5 0
Serving sizes are appropriate for
age group selected. 20 19–15 14–10 9–5 0
ANSWER SHEET
EXAMINATION NUMBER 60584700
Menu Project
Early Childhood Education
FOR YOUR INSTRUCTOR’S USE
GRADE GRADED BY
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you also know i work with all ages at my job but iam with the infants and toddlers more ages from 2months -3years old.

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Okay thank you I'll will opened a new question for the last two exams i sent to you and i will try to request you because i dont really dont know how to do that but i will try.
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I requested you for your help but you didn't respond to it yet just so you know.

Hi, I was away from my computer. I have responded to you from the new thread. thanks

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Okay
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The add files it's working and I need to send the toy project information back to you.

Hi, You can send the file through email to ensure privacy. You already know my email.

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okay i didn't think of that i will send it to you later to your email thank you
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