• Front door locked

  • Time sheets sighted / receipts given

  • Visitor's book signed

  • Sleep log checked

  • Sleeping children sighted

  • Location of sleeping children

  • Accessible areas sighted

  • Inaccessible areas locked/secure

  • Environmental checks complete

  • Weather:

  • Pets inaccessible to children

  • Pet food / water / bedding inaccessible to children

  • Comments

On arrival


  • What are the children involved in?

  • Add media

  • Television

  • Music


  • Child 1.

  • Child 2.

  • Child 3.

  • Child 4.

  • Child 5.

  • Absent:

  • Other people present:


  • Up to date:

  • Displayed:

  • Daily Diary up to date

  • Child observations

  • Intentionally teaching/planned activities

  • Reflection

  • Add media

  • Comments


  • Weekly menu displayed:

  • Changes to the menu documented

  • Was water accessible to children:

  • Add media

  • Comments:



  • Add media

  • Educator Goals:

  • Follow-up required by Educator:

  • CDC Follow - up:

  • Educator's Signature

  • CDC's Signature

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