5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Grades 3-5 Emotional
- Grades 3-5 Cognitive
- Grades 3-5 Physical
- Social Development of School Age Children
- Physical Development of Infant/Toddler
- a Fine Motor Dev: Reaching/Grasping. Gross Motor Dev: Crawling, standing, walking. Like to manipulate small objects. Enjoy painting, water play, etc but need significant amount of rest and sleep.
- b Enjoys group activities, same sex play mates, very social, mix easily
- c React strongly to people and events.
- d Begin to think logically and abstractly.
- e Begin exhibiting physical differences.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 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.
- Expert builders, like construction activities, increased finger control (fine motor skills), use large muscles, balance and movement control improved, use small muscles to gain coordination, increasingly able to engage in self help skills
- Enjoy hands on activities, begins to think logically/abstractly, like to talk, tell stories and explain. Uses descriptive vocabulary, develops an understanding of classroom rules, structure and purpose.
- Like working in groups and learning from peers.
- Reading to, talking to, singing to child. Playing (classical) music, rattles, nesting blocks, peekaboo, unbreakable mirrors
5 True/False Questions
Social Development of Preschool Age Children → Enjoys group activities, same sex play mates, very social, mix easily
Materials/Activities for School Age Children → Reading to, talking to, singing to child. Playing (classical) music, rattles, nesting blocks, peekaboo, unbreakable mirrors
Emotional Development in Preschool Age Children → Begin comparing themselves with others, show strong attachment to adults, desire stable/nurturing environment, exhibit growing independence.
Grades 3-5 Cognitive → Develop relatively stable groups of friends.
Physical Development of School Age Children → Quickly developing gross motor skills, begin exhibiting physical differences, enjoy a lot of unstructured gross motor play (play ground), enjoys rule based games (sports)