5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Grades 3-5 Cognitive
- Materials/Activities for Infants/Toddlers
- Cognitive Development of an Infant
- Emotional Development of Infant/Toddler
- Grades 3-5 Emotional
- a Eager to hear language, they explore and learn through sensory and motor experiences. Hearing, touching, and seeing, mainly.
- b 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.
- c React strongly to people and events.
- d Reading to, talking to, singing to child. Playing (classical) music, rattles, nesting blocks, peekaboo, unbreakable mirrors
- e Begin to think logically and abstractly.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Often opt for same-sex friends.
- Begin comparing themselves with others.
- Develop relatively stable groups of friends.
- May have a clear, developed sense of themselves as readers, scientists, or mathematicians.
- Enjoy playing in pairs, begin to build flexible friendship, sharing is more common, dramatic play is important
5 True/False questions
Grades 3-5 Cognitive → Develop deeper interest in the subjects they study and are able to learn more independently than they did in earlier grades.
Materials/Activities for Cognitive Dev in Preschool Age Children → Construction Materials, art materials for expression, reading, block building, puzzles.
Materials/Activities for School Age Children → Reading to, talking to, singing to child. Playing (classical) music, rattles, nesting blocks, peekaboo, unbreakable mirrors
Grades 3-5 Social → Like working in groups and learning from peers.
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)