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When preparing an environment for school-aged children, the caregiver should ensure that the
A. environment resembles their school setting.
B. children are continually intermixed with the younger children.
C. outdoor area allows them to continually challenge their physical ability.
D. children have the opportunity to relax in a homelike atmosphere.





2. Rachel's parents enrolled her in your after-school program in September. In October, Rachel and another girl named Callye started planning a holiday play for December. They worked on the plan everyday. Soon they became inseparable. In December, parents were invited to watch the play scripted by "best friends" Rachel and Callye.
Based on the information in the above paragraph, Rachel and Callye are most likely _______ years old.

A. 5
B. 6
C. 11
D. 8





3. A(n) _______ is a characteristic of children at age five.
A. desire to play with children of different ages
B. slowing down of growth and development
C. awkwardness with emerging motor skills
D. understanding of the ramifications of one's actions





4. One of the most important factors in a caregiver's ability to provide quality care is
A. good business sense.
B. patience.
C. knowledge of child development.
D. experience in the field.





5. Keeping information about children confidential
A. is a matter of choice.
B. isn't important.
C. is a fundamental rule.
D. prevents communication.





6. Children develop to their potential when caregivers have
A. realistic expectations.
B. strong values.
C. a philosophy.
D. regulations.





7. Which of the following observations of children is the most objective?
A. Chris took a toy truck from Alex. Alex cried, became angry because Chris took the truck, and then stamped his feet on the floor. He snatched the truck back from Chris, and ran to the caregiver.
B. Eddie went to the shelf and chose a teddy bear to play with. He took a plastic spoon and bowl and repeatedly moved the spoon from the bowl to the bear's mouth.
C. Joan was playing with blocks, building a structure, when Missy joined her. Joan looked afraid because Missy was much larger than she. But she eventually overcame her fear and let Missy play with the blocks.
D. When Ann finished drawing with crayons, she put them back in the box and returned the box to the shelf, whereas Sue, obviously less disciplined, left hers scattered on the table.





8. Observational records that contain significant detailed information are usually in what form?
A. Checklist
B. Narrative
C. Unobtrusive
D. Outline





9. Six-, seven-, and eight-year-olds
A. do a great deal of tattling and boasting.
B. make lasting friendships.
C. are seldom aggressive.
D. become logical thinkers.





10. Keeping systematic records of observations of children provides useful information for
A. planning activities.
B. assessing development.
C. reporting to parents.
D. All of the above





11. Differences in the rates of development between boys and girls are most noticeable between ages
A. 5 and 6.
B. 6 and 8.
C. 8 and 10.
D. 10 and 12.





12. An observer who is inconspicuous in the room is being
A. quiet.
B. obtrusive.
C. unobtrusive.
D. helpful.





13. An important key to good observational records is
A. the activity of the subject.
B. the use of language.
C. their length.
D. appropriate format.





14. Caregivers can expect children to take care of their own personal needs by age _______.
A. 5
B. 7
C. 9
D. 11





15. Observation reports need to make a clear distinction between the description of behaviors and the _____ drawn from the observation.
A. facts
B. patterns
C. conclusions
D. assessment





16. Which of the following is an example of centration?
A. A kindergarten child is unable to recognize whether a group of blocks contains more wooden ones or more round ones.
B. A five-year-old can't color within the lines of a given picture.
C. A young boy can recite his favorite story.
D. A young girl can't write her name.





17. Which of the following groups requires more irregular scheduling than the other three groups?
A. 12- to 18-month-olds
B. 18- to 36-month-olds
C. 3- to 5-year-olds
D. School-aged children





18. How can a caregiver best help a school-aged child who is unsure of assignment instructions given by the teacher?
A. The caregiver should interpret the teacher's instructions.
B. The caregiver should complete part of the assignment to show how it's done.
C. The caregiver should suggest that, in the future, the child should ask the teacher questions when instructions aren't clear.
D. The caregiver should instruct the child to wait until the assignment is due to receive instruction.





19. The "ins" and "outs" of school-age social relationships can be accommodated by having a _______ style of organization for your school-age program.
A. team
B. school
C. democratic
D. club





20. A good technique to prevent children from talking to you while you're observing is to
A. sit far away.
B. avoid eye contact.
C. stand to one side.
D. tell them to go away.

my answer are
1,c
2,c
3,b
4,c
5,c
6,a
7,a
8,d
9,b
10,c
11,c
12,c
13,b
14,c
15,c
16,b
17,d
18,c
19,b
20,b

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  1. It is very difficult to read the questions and check your answer, when the answers are listed on the bottom. Can you indicate the answers with the question, such as putting an asterisk next to your choice?

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  2. HERE R THE CORRECT ANSWERS;
    1-D PAGE25
    2-
    3-B PAGE18 AND 19
    4-
    5-C PAGE15
    6-A PAGE 30
    7-
    8-
    9-D PAGE 21
    10-
    11-B PAGE 20
    12-C PAGE 10
    13-B PAGE 10
    14- IM NOT REALLY SURE BCZ IN PAGE 19 SPECIFY THAT CHILDREN OF AGE 6TO 8 THEY CAN TAKE CARE OF THEIR OWN PERSONAL NEEDS BUT ON THE TEST ONLY SHOW THE AGES OF 5,7,9 AND 11. READ ON PAGE 21 LAST PARAGRAPH

    15-
    16-A PAGE19
    17-
    18-C PAGE 27
    19-
    20-B PAGE 11

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  3. Andrea is wrong, I took the test and all of them came out wrong!

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  4. 1. Which of the following observations of children is the most objective?
    A. Chris took a toy truck from Alex. Alex cried, became angry because Chris took the truck, and then stamped his feet on the
    floor. He snatched the truck back from Chris, and ran to the caregiver.
    B. Eddie went to the shelf and chose a teddy bear to play with. He took a plastic spoon and bowl and repeatedly moved the
    spoon from the bowl to the bear's mouth.
    C. Joan was playing with blocks, building a structure, when Missy joined her. Joan looked afraid because Missy was much larger
    than she. But she eventually overcame her fear and let Missy play with the blocks.
    D. When Ann finished drawing with crayons, she put them back in the box and returned the box to the shelf, whereas Sue,
    obviously less disciplined, left hers scattered on the table.
    2. How can a caregiver best help a school-aged child who is unsure of assignment instructions given by the
    teacher?
    A. The caregiver should complete part of the assignment to show how it's done.
    B. The caregiver should suggest that, in the future, the child should ask the teacher
    questions when instructions aren't clear.
    C. The caregiver should interpret the teacher's instructions.
    D. The caregiver should instruct the child to wait until the assignment is due to receive instruction.
    3. Children develop to their potential when caregivers have
    A. regulations.
    B. realistic expectations.
    C. a philosophy.
    D. strong values.
    4. Child care providers are considered "mandated reporters in most states." This means they're required by
    law to
    A. report their attendance each day.
    B. report suspected incidents of child abuse.
    C. report on the behavior of on each child in their care.
    D. keep developmental records of the children in their care
    5. With whom is it okay to share information about your observations of the children in your class?
    A. A coworker who has contact with the particular child
    B. Your friendsC. Parents of other children in your care
    D. Other children in your care
    6. School-age children
    A. require a classroom like setting for before and after school care.
    B. have needs that are qualitatively different from those of younger children.
    C. spend more time in childcare than infants.
    D. are just bigger preschoolers.
    7. Which is not a reason why child care providers need to have knowledge of child development?
    A. It will help you to plan developmentally appropriate activities for the children.
    B. It will help you to develop realistic expectations of the children in your care.
    C. It will assist you in selecting a logo for your center.
    D. It will help you to plan a proper environment.
    8. Differences in the rates of development between boys and girls are most noticeable between ages
    A. 6 and 8.
    B. 10 and 12.
    C. 5 and 6.
    D. 8 and 10.
    9. Rachel's parents enrolled her in your afterschool program in September. In October, Rachel and another
    girl named Callye started planning a holiday play for December. They worked on the plan everyday. Soon
    they became inseparable. In December, parents were invited to watch the play scripted by "best friends"
    Rachel and Callye.
    Based on the information in the above paragraph, Rachel and Callye are most likely _______ years old.
    A. 8
    B. 11
    C. 5
    D. 6
    10. A provider of care to school age children functions mostly as a
    A. cook.
    B. behavior monitor.
    C. fashion consultant.
    D. support person and resource, guiding children to more mature functioning.
    11. Caregivers can expect children to take care of their own personal needs by age
    A. 11.
    B. 5.
    C. 9.
    D. 7.12. Observational records that contain significant detailed information are usually in what form?
    A. Unobtrusive
    B. Checklist
    C. Outline
    D. Narrative
    13. Which of the following groups requires more irregular scheduling than the other three groups?
    A. 18- to 36-month-olds
    B. 12- to 18-month-olds
    C. 3- to 5-year-olds
    D. School-aged children
    14. A/An _______ is a characteristic of children at age five.
    A. desire to play with children of different ages
    B. understanding of the ramifications of one's actions
    C. slowing down of growth and development
    D. awkwardness with emerging motor skills
    15. When preparing an environment for school-aged children, the caregiver should ensure that the
    A. environment resembles their school setting.
    B. children are continually intermixed with the younger children.
    C. children have the opportunity to relax in a homelike atmosphere.
    D. outdoor area allows them to continually challenge their physical ability.
    16. An observer who is inconspicuous in the room is being
    A. helpful.
    B. obtrusive.
    C. quiet.
    D. unobtrusive.
    17. Six-, seven-, and eight-year-olds
    A. become logical thinkers.
    B. do a great deal of tattling and boasting.
    C. make lasting friendships.
    D. are seldom aggressive.
    18. Keeping information about children confidential
    A. is a matter of choice.
    B. prevents communication.
    C. is a fundamental rule.
    D. isn't important.
    19. The "ins" and "outs" of school-age social relationships can be accommodated by having a _______
    style of organization for your school-age program.
    A. club
    B. school
    C. democratic
    D. team
    20. Keeping systematic records of observations of children provides useful information for
    A. planning activities.
    B. reporting to parents.
    C. assessing development.
    D. All of the above

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