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$25 Question from BlueWhat is Failure to Thrive?
$25 Answer from BluePoor Growth and Slow Developmentoften due to lack of love and attention.
$50 Question from BlueWhat is stranger anxiety? Whyis it viewed as a positive milestone?
$50 Answer from BlueAnxiety with someone unfamiliar;Demonstrates babys improvingmemory.
$75 Question from BlueArea of the brain responsible forworking memory, higher-level thinking and problem solving
$75 Answer from BlueFrontal Lobe
$100 Question from BlueArea of the brain that is a bundle of nerve fibers, working like a coordinator, (larger in girls).
$100 Answer from BlueCorpus Callosum
$125 Question from BlueArea of the brain that processesauditory stimuli, which affectsspeech, hearing and languagedevelopment.
$125 Answer from BlueTemporal Lobe
$150 Question from RedPeekaboo facilitates learning this concept.
$150 Answer from RedObject Permanence
$25 Question from RedMost babies eyesight is similar toan adults by about the age of
$25 Answer from Red6 months
$50 Question from RedMost pediatricians recommend to start feeding a baby solid foodsat about what age?
$50 Answer from Red4-6 months
$75 Question from RedAt what age can cows milk beintroduced to a baby?
$75 Answer from RedFirst Birthday
$100 Question from RedLearning to interact with othersand to express oneself with othersis what area of Child Development?
$100 Answer from RedSocial Development
$125 Question from YellowThe process of establishing onesidentity as a person is what area ofChild Development?
$125 Answer from YellowEmotional Development
$150 Question from YellowWhat theorist discovered8 Multiple Intelligences?
$150 Answer from YellowHoward Gardner
$25 Question from YellowPiagets period in which babieslearn through their senses is known as
$25 Answer from YellowSensorimotor
$50 Question from YellowPiagets period in which childrenare age 7-11 andcan think logically but stilllearn best through sensoryexperience is known as
$50 Answer from YellowConcrete Operations
$75 Question from YellowChildren from age two to sevensee the world in terms of theirown activities. They are in whatperiod of Piagets theory?
$75 Answer from YellowPreoperational Operations
$100 Question from OrangeMuch learning comes from repetition.Why, (what is happening in the brain)?
$100 Answer from OrangeRepetition makes the connections stronger so that neurons will respond quickly to the same situation.
$125 Question from OrangeDistinguish between Growth andDevelopment.
$125 Answer from OrangeGrowth is increase in size; Development is increase in physical, emotional, social or intellectual skills.
$150 Question from OrangeExplain Shaken Baby Syndrome.
$150 Answer from OrangeA series of problems (brain damage,learning problems, mental retardation,blindness or deafness, even death),due to severe shaking of the baby.
$25 Question from OrangeWhat is colic?
$25 Answer from OrangeColic is shown by extreme fussinesstypically in the evening and night;usually due to sensitivity to a food.
$50 Question from OrangeGive some suggestions of potentialhousehold safety hazards.
$50 Answer from OrangeElectrical outlets, tablecloths,dried pasta and pet food, water, etc.
$75 Question from GreenHow can a caregiver encouragelearning?
$75 Answer from GreenKeep it simple and naturalExperiences should be age appropriateRepetition Actively involve themDont overloadAvoid pushing them
$100 Question from GreenHow does babbling help a baby learn language?
$100 Answer from GreenGives them practice in vowel andconsonant sounds.
$125 Question from GreenWhat age is considered word explosion in vocabulary growth?(A time where young children begin speaking)
$125 Answer from Green18 months 2 years(60 new words a week)By the age of 5 the child understands15,000 words
$150 Question from GreenIt is recommended parents respondconsistently to a babys cries. Why?
$150 Answer from GreenBaby builds trust and learns a pattern:Cry-->Food; if well cared for, sees theworld as a comfortable place.
FREEElectrical outlets, tablecloths,dried pasta and pet food, water, etc.
Final JeopardyName the Four Periods of Piagets Theory
Final Jeopardy AnswerSensorimotor: Birth-2Preoperational: 2-7Concrete: 7-11Formal: 11+