What is the minimum square footage per child recommended for environments

What is the minimum square footage per child recommended for environments

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1. What is the minimum square footage per child recommended for environments? a. Accreditation i. 35 inside; recommended 50 ii. 75 outside b. Texas i. 30 indoors ii. 80 outside 2. What is the measure of unit blocks? a. 1 3/8 X 2 ¾ X 5 ½ 3. As the professional is attentive to the environment in fostering emotional well being she will a. Build on routine and ritual 4. Cooperative games a. Help child begin to treat each other like equals 5. Howard Gardner’s 7 areas of intelligence a. Linguistic b. Logical/mathematical c. Kinesthetic d. Musical e. Spatial f. Interpersonal g. intrapersonal 6. Characteristics of good play materials a. Free from as much detail as possible b. Versatile c. Easily comprehended d. Large, easily manipulated parts
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e. Involve children in play, including large muscles f. Encourage cooperative play g. Materials are warm and pleasant to touch h. Durable i. Work as intended j. Safe k. Generous in proportions and quantity l. Price based on durability and design 7. Stage of block building a. Carried around b. Building begins-rows c. Bridging d. Enclosures e. Decorative patterns begin-symmetry f. Naming of structures g. Reproduce or symbolize actual structures in the real world 8. Define number a. It is a relationship (objects and events) created mentally by an individual i. Not known innately but through observation ii. Not acquired through language 9. High levels of social competence are characterized by a. Responsible b. Independent c. Friendly d. Cooperative e. Purposeful
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f. Self-controlled behavior 10. Piaget cognitive skills games a. Descriptors of cognitive benefits of playing cooperative games i. Transformations ii. Decentration iii. Reversible thought iv. Diminished egocentrism b. Characteristics of games appropriate for the Preoperational period i. Cooperation/collaboration ii. Role alternation or role reversal iii. Ritualize sequence of action
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