Hi, there are many personal care routines, maybe you can identify a time where you've ..
assisted children with toileting
supported them getting dressed and undressed
Preparing, selecting food and drink
Laying table, clearing the table
Examining and choosing activities and resources - inside and out
Sharing observations about risk - broken toys, concerns, worries: promotes self awareness, ways of knowing how to take care of, or protect self.
Skin care - prevented sun burn, heat stroke, dehydration
Dental care - tooth brushing
Sleep - rest times, bed time
Hair care - brushing, lice, cradle cap
Dress and care form injuries - cuts, bruises, bumped heads
Respecting children involves maintaining their privacy and dignity - where is a care routine carried out, how does it happen, what attitudes surround the routine, are parents wishes respected/involved with organising a care routine, is parental/carer permission required for any aspect of the care, is there an expectation for you to update or inform parents about the events of a care routine or maybe fill in record/log books.
Opportunities for learning & development could be how you chat about personal care, the resources you might use to help understanding, the importance and reasons for care routines and how your body language supports that. How you approach and ensure children know the choices available to them to support independance, decision making, confidence and self-esteem.