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The practice of working with school age children
Interacting with others, exercising imagination, sharing and taking turns, and trying out new roles are all benefits of A. fantasy play. B. piano lessons. C. chess, Sudoku, and crossword puzzles. D. tutoring. A.

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative stories. ...

The practice of working with school age children
One effective way to include children in developing an attractive environment is to ask them A. to describe their bedrooms. B. what color they want their car to be. C. to describe how their mom sets up the house. D. what they would do with an open space. D.

The practice of working with school age children
Which of these is a benefit of unstructured outdoor play? A. Emotional well-being B. Learned helplessness C. Video game skill D. Learning of rules A.

The practice of working with school age children
A 2006 survey stated that youngsters ages 12-17 who were left home three or more days a week were three times as likely to A. be working an outside job. B. engage in criminal behavior. C. campaign against the use illegal drugs. D. supervise neighborhood infants. B.

The practice of working with school age children
_______ is a health problem that can be caused by obesity. A. The common cold B. Low blood pressure C. A lower fasting blood glucose level D. Heart disease D.

The practice of working with school age children
Which of the following sets standards for physical environments to be accessible and appropriate for children with special needs? A. SACERS B. SRTS C. ADA D. WIA C.

The practice of working with school age children
Open house, back-to-school nights, and conferences are specifically planned for _______ participation. A. corporate B. parent C. governmental D. public B.

The practice of working with school age children
Which of the following terms describes an outdoor play area designed for children? A. Virtual trail B. Playscape C. Map D. Prop box B.

The practice of working with school age children
_______ offer summer specialty activities that often interest teens. A. Camps B. Child care facilities C. Public elementary schools D. Libraries A.

The practice of working with school age children
When planning outdoor games, a caregiver should develop a wide selection of choices because A. the children have already played the most popular games at school. B. some games go out of date and can't be used. C. a caregiver should be in good physical condition before ...

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
How should BMI (body mass index) be used in a child-care setting? A. To determine a body's amount of muscle B. To determine a need to grow taller quickly C. To signal if a person is overweight D. To identify muscle strength C.

The practice of working with school age children
The temporal dimension of the environment refers to the way that A.The children, staff, and parents are organized in the program. B. structure of the site is composed. C. nurturing is encouraged in the program. D. time is managed in the program D.

The practice of working with school age children
C.

The practice of working with school age children
Interacting with others, exercising imagination, sharing and taking turns, and trying out new roles are all benefits of A. fantasy play. B. piano lessons. C. chess, Sudoku, and crossword puzzles. D. tutoring. D.

The practice of working with school age children
One can encourage children to engage in sociodramatic play by A. providing easels and paint. B. creating forts and other structures. C. involving them in community development decisions. D. demanding that they pay attention to the rules. B.

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
Which of the following describes the goal of guidance? A. To punish children for breaking a complex code of rules B. To initiate a curriculum of scientific study C. To seek new sources of state and federal funding D. To help children learn how to control their behavior D.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are    A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and ...

The practice of working with school age children
Ok. Thank you :)

The practice of working with school age children
Which of these situations reinforces undesirable behavior?  A. Promising a whining five-year-old a treat if he will stop whining and come alongb B. Holding a competition to see who has the most organized cubby C. Saving up stars to trade in for stuffed animals D. Giving a...

The practice of working with school age children
C.

The practice of working with school age children
Traditionally, parent-teacher conferences took place between the teacher and the _______. However, this participation role is changing.  A. employer B. father C. mother D. siblings  A.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are   A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and ...

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
A _______ partnership can grow from the contractual relationship between a family and an out-of-school program.  A. public-private B. household revolution C. committed D. community  C.

The practice of working with school age children
A _______ partnership can grow from the contractual relationship between a family and an out-of-school program. A. public-private B. household revolution C. committed D. community C.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are  A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative ...

The practice of working with school age children
Traditionally, parent-teacher conferences took place between the teacher and the _______. However, this participation role is changing. A. employer B. father C. mother D. siblings A.

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
B.

The practice of working with school age children
Which of these situations reinforces undesirable behavior? A. Promising a whining five-year-old a treat if he will stop whining and come alongb B. Holding a competition to see who has the most organized cubby C. Saving up stars to trade in for stuffed animals D. Giving a child...

The practice of working with school age children
A good alternative to introducing hammers, crosscut saws, and nails when introducing young children to woodworking is to use A. staples. B. glue. C. screws. D. water. B.

The practice of working with school age children
Can anyone please tell me if I'm right

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative stories. ...

Chemistry
If a sample of ammonium sulfate contains 1.75 grams of nitrogen [N] atoms, calculate the mass (in grams) it contains of sulfur atoms [S].

The practice of working with school age children
A.

The practice of working with school age children
A common misperception among managers is that _______ play is more important, but it's actually more important for children to have _______ play. A. structured, unstructured B. limited, unlimited C. unstructured, structured D. unlimited, limited C.

Chemistry
How many atoms of aluminum [Al] are present in a sample of aluminum carbonate [AlCar] weighing 3.45E6 amu?

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
Which of the following are the major determinants of physical growth and development? A. Food, TV, and technology B. Heredity, parents, and school C. Intelligence, cleanliness, and aggression D. Nutrition, emotional well-being, and culture D.

The practice of working with school age children
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The practice of working with school age children
What of these is most likely to foster a nurturing environment? A. Caregiver-responsive B. Child-responsive C. Adult-responsive D. Parent-responsive B.

The practice of working with school age children
A _______-centered program is most helpful to the children served. A. school B. parent C. child D. family C.

Chemistry
Ammonia, NH3, reacts with Phosphoric acid to produce Ammonium hydrogenphosphate, (NH4)2HPO4. What mass (in grams) of ammonia will react with 2.800E3 kg of Phosphoric acid?

The practice of working with school age children
C.

The practice of working with school age children
A program that includes creative arts and drama, indoor and outdoor play, and teacher-led and child-initiated activities is an example of a(n) _______ curriculum. A. competitive and stressful B. safety-focused and responsible C. balanced and integrated D. overdeveloped and ...

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The practice of working with school age children
D.

The practice of working with school age children
What tool can you obtain from schools to help you plan year-round programming? A. Sewing machine B. Policy and procedures manual C. Public transportation D. Academic calendar B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
I put D & got it wrong :(

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
 Children create _______ when they talk about certain kinds of information many times. A. motivations B. cultural schemas C. attitudes D. socialization strategies A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following exhibits adult supervision with full accountability? A. In-home care or out-of-home care in a center with a child and youth leader B. Sending a child to lessons or other youth groups to be looked after C. Self-care for the child in his or her own home ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is at the base of the quality pyramid? A. Procedures B. Health C. Safety D. Environment A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits child care centers from discriminating against children based on which of the following? A. Economic or social status B. Race, religion, or gender C. Hearing impairment, blindness, or learning disability D. Political beliefs C

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Ok so the answer is D

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is the most accurate statement about separation anxiety?  A. Separation anxiety usually appears the age of two months. B. Separation anxiety is usually outgrown in infancy. C. Separation anxiety is an affliction that should be treated with ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Ok my would be B. Thank you

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Sorry the answer is A

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The stage described by Erik Erikson as most commonly seen in seven-year-old children is  A. initiative vs. guilt. B. industry vs. inferiority. C. trust vs. mistrust. D. autonomy vs. shame and doubt.  Is the answer C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A child caregiver who is using the statement, "Say please," is practicing _______ socialization. A. external B. internal C. intentional D. unintentional

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
It's A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
So the answer is C & not D

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is at the base of the quality pyramid?  A. Procedures B. Health C. Safety D. Environment  D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Thank you Ms.Sue :)

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Ok thank you

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
_______ proposed that much of a child's learning comes from modeling the behavior of others.  A. Howard Gardner B. Jean Piaget C. Albert Bandura D. Robert Havighurst C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is the most accurate statement about separation anxiety? A. Separation anxiety usually appears the age of two months. B. Separation anxiety is usually outgrown in infancy. C. Separation anxiety is an affliction that should be treated with antidepressant ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits child care centers from discriminating against children based on which of the following? A. Economic or social status B. Race, religion, or gender C. Hearing impairment, blindness, or learning disability D. Political beliefs B

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Thank you Ms.Sue

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Parents, peers, media, teachers, and religious leaders are all examples of A. agents of socialization. B. moral virtue. C. recipients of socialization. D. internalized conversation B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following exhibits adult supervision with full accountability? A. In-home care or out-of-home care in a center with a child and youth leader B. Sending a child to lessons or other youth groups to be looked after C. Self-care for the child in his or her own home ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is at the base of the quality pyramid? A. Procedures B. Health C. Safety D. Environment D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Is it C?

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The stage described by Erik Erikson as most commonly seen in seven-year-old children is A. initiative vs. guilt. B. industry vs. inferiority. C. trust vs. mistrust. D. autonomy vs. shame and doubt. D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A child caregiver who is using the statement, "Say please," is practicing _______ socialization.  A. external B. internal C. intentional D. unintentional  C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Research suggests that every youngster should receive emotional support from at least three A. legal guardians. B. peers. C. school friends. D. nonparental adults. D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Lawrence Kohlberg created the preconventional, conventional, and postconventional levels in _______ development. A. physical B. social C. cognitive D. moral D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A child caregiver who is using the statement, "Say please," is practicing _______ socialization. A. external B. internal C. intentional D. unintentional C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
In Denmark, twenty percent of children aged 7-10 attend leisure homes, known in that country as A. fritidshjem. B. barunban. C. karubu katsud. D. crèches. A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Children create _______ when they talk about certain kinds of information many times. A. motivations B. cultural schemas C. attitudes D. socialization strategies D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
B. Knowledge

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
To determine if you're good fit as a leader in school-age settings, the characteristic(s) that you'll need to examine include personality, temperament, skills, and A. social class. B. knowledge. C. musicianship. D. financial history. A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The term distal supervision means  A. supervision by a nonworking parent. B. a lack of supervision. C. self-supervision. D. supervision from a distance.  Is this answer C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
If relative care is not an option for a family, a live-in solution may be care by a A. teenager. B. peer. C. Nanny D. Neighbor C.

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