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  • $25 Question from RedWhat is a Toddler?

  • $25 Answer from RedA Toddler is a child around age of one who is beginning to walk unsteadily.

  • $50 Question from RedWhat shows a childs readinessto begin toilet training?

  • $50 Answer from RedLanguage SkillsMotor SkillsControl of Sphincter Muscles

  • $75 Question from RedWhat comes first? Bowel orBladder control?

  • $75 Answer from RedBowel

  • $100 Question from RedWhat are three causes ofnegativism/misbehaviorof children around 18 months?

  • $100 Answer from RedDesire for IndependenceFrustrationLack of languageImpulsivityEgocentricPhysical DiscomfortCuriosityTesting

  • $125 Question from RedDescribe the difference in angerbetween an 18 month old and3 year old.

  • $125 Answer from Red18 mos.-physically expressed3 yrs.-verbally and less explosively

  • $150 Question from BlueGive examples of large motor skills

  • $150 Answer from BlueRunning, Hopping, Walking

  • $25 Question from BlueGive examples of small motor skills

  • $25 Answer from BlueColoring, Drinking from a Cup, Playing with Blocks

  • $50 Question from BlueList two factors to improvedental health

  • $50 Answer from BlueDiet, Hygiene.

  • $75 Question from BlueChildren organize information from the outside world into categories.Name some categories thatchildren put concepts into.

  • $75 Answer from BlueColors, Shapes, Sizes

  • $100 Question from BlueWhat is Parallel Play?How old?What is Cooperative Play?How Old?

  • $100 Answer from BlueChildren play near each other, but donot interact. (18 mos-3yrs.)Playing with other children, around age 3.

  • $125 Question from YellowWhy is it beneficial for childrento have companions their ownage and not just adult companionship?

  • $125 Answer from YellowStarting the social learning processat a young age is easier. Children need to learn how to becomeaccustomed to having their feelings hurt.

  • $150 Question from YellowDescribe empathy

  • $150 Answer from YellowThe ability of someoneto put themselves in anotherpersons place-by the age of 2.

  • $25 Question from YellowCompare a babys ability to concentrate to an adults

  • $25 Answer from YellowBaby=can only focus on one thing; attention is drawn to anything that reaches the senses.Adult=can tune out backgroundsand focus on one thing.

  • $50 Question from YellowName some important considerationsin buying toys

  • $50 Answer from YellowSafe! Age AppropriateDurableEasy to care forEncourages Imagination

  • $75 Question from YellowDescribe and give an exampleof incidental learning.

  • $75 Answer from YellowUnplanned learning; Child stepson a toy and it makes a noise; after this happens a few more times, the child sees a cause and effect relation-ship and does it on purpose.

  • $100 Question from GreenDescribe and give an exampleof trial and error learning.

  • $100 Answer from GreenSeveral solutions are tried beforeone works; shape sorters

  • $125 Question from GreenDescribe and give an exampleof imitation learning.

  • $125 Answer from GreenWatching and copying; dental floss

  • $150 Question from GreenDescribe and give an exampleof directed learning.

  • $150 Answer from GreenFormal teaching, This is the letterA, this is the color blue, etc.

  • $25 Question from GreenWhat stages of problem solvingdoes a young child go throughwith a shape sorter? An older child?

  • $25 Answer from GreenYoung-try all the solutionsOlder-mentally process thesolutions before trying

  • $50 Question from GreenA child from one to three growsslower or faster than an infant?

  • $50 Answer from GreenSlower-about 8 inches and 10 pounds of growth(over 2 years)

  • $75 Question from OrangeHow can you make foods interestingto children?

  • $75 Answer from OrangeColorTextureShapeTemperatureEase of Eating

  • $100 Question from OrangeDescribe important characteristics to consider when purchasingchildrens clothing.

  • $100 Answer from OrangeComfort, Durability, Economy

  • $125 Question from OrangeWhat is socialization?

  • $125 Answer from OrangeThe process by which children learn to get along with otherpeople.

  • $150 Question from OrangeHow does a caregiver promote good speech in a child?

  • $150 Answer from OrangeModel Good Speech!

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  • Final JeopardySummarize the process of moral development, noting the thinkingprocess of the three stages in Kohlbergs theory and a briefexample of each.

  • Final Jeopardy AnswerReward and PunishmentApproval of OthersGolden Rule