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5 Written questions

4 Matching questions

  1. Materials/Activities for School Age Children
  2. Physical Development of School Age Children
  3. Grades 3-5 Social
  4. Grades 3-5 Cognitive
  1. a Quickly developing gross motor skills, begin exhibiting physical differences, enjoy a lot of unstructured gross motor play (play ground), enjoys rule based games (sports)
  2. b May have a clear, developed sense of themselves as readers, scientists, or mathematicians.
  3. c Place high priority on making friends and being liked.
  4. d Balls, gross motor skill activities, puzzles, board games, construction materials, art activities, sports, etc.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Develop relatively stable groups of friends.
  2. React strongly to people and events.
  3. Autonomy: Developing sense of self, learning they are their own person. Respond with more animation/pleasure to primary caregiver, laughs aloud, shows displeasure at loss of toy, separation anxiety.
  4. Firm sense of age, sex, race, language and culture, building close friendships, build trust with older adults, express feelings, show empathy for others, becoming more independent, self regulation.
  5. Reading to, talking to, singing to child. Playing (classical) music, rattles, nesting blocks, peekaboo, unbreakable mirrors

5 True/False questions

  1. Social Development of Preschool Age ChildrenEnjoys group activities, same sex play mates, very social, mix easily

          

  2. Grades 3-5 SocialLike working in groups and learning from peers.

          

  3. Grades 3-5 EmotionalExhibit growing independence.

          

  4. Cognitive Development of School Age ChildrenCan spend extended period of time on activities, experiment with cause/effect, interested in quantity of everything and shapes and colors, vocabulary growth, understands words, interested in reading and writing.

          

  5. Grades 3-5 CognitiveDevelop deeper interest in the subjects they study and are able to learn more independently than they did in earlier grades.

          

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