Question:play is identified as a right of childhood by:
a. the UN Commission on Human Rights
b. The national assoc. for the edu. of young children
c. the american academy of pediatrics
d. the early childhood coalition
2. mothers who contract rubella during pregnancy are at risk for having a baby with?
a. heart defects
b. low birth weight
c. hearing loss
d. visual impairments
3. where are most bus fatalities likely to occur?
a. the danger zone immediately surrounding the bus
b. in the street when crossing
c. at the site of the collision
d. inside the bus from overturns
4. most children do not qualify for special edu. services if they are diagnosed with which of the following disorders?
c. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
d. Cerebral Palsy
5. children ages 5 to 8 learn best when?
a. describing ideas
b. discovering knowledge through abstract experiences
c. exploring ideas in real and tangible ways
d. comparing and contrasting past experiences
6. process oriented activities ?
a. allow children to participate without the stress of achieving a preconceived product
b. encourage children to explore wellness concepts in step by step format
c. provide structure to the teaching of wellness concepts
d. require activity outlines and guides
7. teachers of young children have a professional and ethical duty to report child abuse as stated in the...?
a. Florida child abuse standards
b. NAEYC code of ethical conduct
c. national code against child abuse
d. child welfare information gateway
8. skin infections can be caused by:
b. bacteria, fungi, and sunlight
c. sunlight and viruses
d. parasites and bacteria
9. a "limiting amino acid" in food refers to:
a. animal sources of food that lack an essential acid.
b. plant sources of food that have a limited amount of a particular essential amino acid
c. are found abundantly in plant foods but are limited in animal sources
d. are amino acids that come from fats and therefore must be limited
10. differences in the quality of care or quality of health are called:
a. health disparities
d. risk factors
11. which of the following plans is for children ages 0 thru 3 and is intended to support and provide services that are targeted to improving the child's developmental progress?
12. which of the following statements is TRUE about modes of transmission for infectious agents?
a. fecal oral transmission occurs through direct contact only
b. direct contact and droplet spread is the least frequent mode of transmission in child care.
c. infections spread by airborne transmission can spread infections over a much wider area than infectious droplets transmitted by direct contact.
d. exchange of germs and droplets occur through direct contact only.
13. Which of the following diseases may be 4 to 6 times greater in children who are adopted internationally as opposed to children born in the United States.
a. viral hepatitis
c. intestinal infections
14. Why is serving cow's milk to infants under 12 months of age discouraged?
a. consuming cow's milk can lead to iron deficiency and it is too high in protein, sodium, and potassium
b. cow's milk is too high in cholesterol
c. cow's milk is too high in folic acid
d. cow's milk is too high in fat.
15. Which of the following is a recommended safety guidance strategy to take with an infant who is grabbing?
a. remove him to a crib to distract from grabbing
b. introduce him to gentle touching
c. remove what is being grabbed
d. Say "no" sternly
16. During which stage of Piaget's development should a teacher with a purposeful teaching plan introduce healthful routines?
c. formal operations
d. concrete operations
17. Children begin to follow rules and want to please others at about which age?
a. 1 to 2
b. 2 to 3
c 3 to 4
d. 4 to 5
18. Children begin to demonstrate the ability to manage emotions and regulate behavior at about which age?
a. 1 to 2
b. 2 to 3
c. 3 to 4
d. 4 to 5
19. Mandatory licensing is based on the following EXCEPT:
a. group size
b. for profit or not for profit status
c. length of service day
d. location of care
20. Which of the following is true about daily health checks?
a. they do not involve parents
b. they can be used to track the spread of diseases
c. they require the teacher to spend at least ten minutes checking each child.
d. the are not necessary, except during flu season.
21. Which of the following is NOT a recommended step in treating nosebleeds?
a. have the child sit down and lean head back
b. use a sterile gauze pad to pinch the nose between the thumb and index finger
c. have the child breathe through the mouth
d hold the correct position for 10 minutes or until bleeding stops.