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6. Drinking water is available both indoors and outdoors throughout each day

Documentation Needed

•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

Helpful Websites

http://www.nfsmi.org/documentlibraryfiles/PDF/20080603024048.pdf  (information on teaching children the importance of drinking water from the National Food Service Management Institute)

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For more information, feel free to contact CCPDI at ccpdi@usu.edu or 1-855-531-2468.

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