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Pediatrics ATI 3-6 years
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3 years gross motor skill
rides tricycle, jumps off bottom step, stands on one foot for a few seconds.
4 years gross motor skills
skips and hops on one foot, throws ball overhead
5 years gross motor skills
jumps rope, walks backward with heel to toe, moves up and down stairs easily
still in preoperational phase of cognitive development
preschoolers speak in sentences and identify colors and enjoy talking. Vocab continues to increase.
Preconceptual thought can lead to misconceptions such as..
artificialism, animism, imminent justice
can begin to understand concept of past, present, future. by the end of preschool years will understand days of the week.
Initiative V. guilt. guilt may occur when they are unable to accomplish tasks and believe they have misbehaved. Limit setting is appropriate.
good-bad orientation. begin to understand behavior in terms of what is socially acceptable.
Feel good about themselves with regard to mastering skills. During stress, insecurity, or illness, preschoolers may regress.
The greatest fear is that of bodily harm...resulting in fear of dark or animals. Sex-role ID is occurring
Do preschoolers usually demonstrate stranger anxiety?
Prolonged seperation can lead to..
How much sleep do preschoolers normally need?
playing ball, putting puzzles together, riding tricycles, playing pretend ad dress-up, role playing, painting, sewing cards and beads, reading books.
immunization 4-6 years
DTap, MMR, varicella, IPV
immunizations 36-59 months
Vision screening is routinely done as a
pre-k physical exam.
Picky eating is still fairly common. What age are most children willing to try different foods?
5 years of age
Preschoolers need how many g/day of complete protein in addition to Ca, Fe, vitamins A and C?
Should preschoolers be left unattended in the bath?
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