If you’re new to CNC and looking for information and resources, here’s a list of resources to help get you started and set you up for success!
- CNC Requirements (CNCR) – The official list of CNC Requirements (available in French and English)Here’s a list of resources to help get you started and set you up for success!
- Care for Newcomer Children (CNC): A Step-by-Step Guide for New Programs – Information, tools and resources to start up and manage a safe and successful CNC program. Including: implementation checklists, sample policies and procedures, templates, and supporting resources.
- Checklists and step-by-step articles to assist you in meeting CNC Requirements.
- Sample Documents, Forms and Templates
- CNC Support Documents – Quick reference sheets and resources that provide added insight as you implement CNC in your program
list of our favourites.
ideas for planning play experiences and programming for babies and toddlers that are not only easier and faster, but also more meaningful and effective for the children and educators.
Have a Ball Together website will give you the tools you need to be able to promote and encourage physical activity for children 0-6.
The key is setting up the environment for success.
The iconic Canada Food Guide has provided Canadians with a snapshot of healthy eating recommendations for over 75 years, and Health Canada has just released the first updated edition in over a decade! The new Canada Food Guide suggests a focus on drinking water, plant-based diets, and home-cooking.
safety checklists, videos, resources and reports here to support your work with families.
helpful little handbook explains how germs are spread in child care facilities. It also explains the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting; the use of household bleach as a sanitizer/disinfectant; and the use of acceptable alternatives.
this simple visual helps us to understand just how much moving, sleeping and sitting children of different ages need each day!
toddlers, preschoolers, and school-agers can eat well and be active.