6. Drinking water is available both indoors and outdoors throughout each day
•Photos of outdoor water source
•Written procedure describing how drinking water is available indoors throughout each day and outdoors
-whenever the temperature is below 75 degrees and the children will be outside for 30 minutes or longer
-whenever the temperature is 75 degrees or higher, regardless of how long the children will be outside
Note: Child Care Licensing requires drinking water is available outdoors if temperature is over 75 degrees see licensing rule R430-90-6(9) under Outdoor Environment
http://www.nfsmi.org/documentlibraryfiles/PDF/20080603024048.pdf (information on teaching children the importance of drinking water from the National Food Service Management Institute)
For more information, feel free to contact CCPDI at email@example.com or 1-855-531-2468.