31In our society the stage of autonomy versus shame and doubt occurs at about

31in our society the stage of autonomy versus shame

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31.)In our society, the stage of autonomy versus shame and doubt occurs at about the same period that children are: going through toilet training. 32.)In situations when a child needs frequent reminding and physical restraint, the pattern of intervention by a teacher should include all of the following EXCEPT: dismissal from the classroom. 33.)Janet is two years old. She would most likely be able to: run. 34.)Jay hit Brian with a block. Brian immediately retaliated by screaming, “No!” and hitting Jay with a block. When Mrs. Stevens saw what was happening she was very angry because this same situation had occurred yesterday. Her best immediate response would be: to close the block center and inform Jay and Brian that they will miss 5 minutes of outside play time today. 35.)Ms. Harris teaches two-year-olds at the Oakland Community Preschool. She wants to plan a cooking activity for her class. Which one of the following is the best activity for her students? Making fresh-squeezed orange juice 36.)Of all of the ages, four-year-olds need the most: challenge and variety. 37.)Offering dramatic play experiences based on a particular theme such as going to the hospital: can help children play through their fears about this experience. 38.)One of the best times of the day to promote feelings of home and family is: mealtime. 39.)One practical tension-relieving activity to use when children are acting restless is to offer them something to eat or drink. Another is to: take the child to the toilet. 40.)Pale, apathetic children who tire quickly and catch colds easily may suffer from: an iron deficiency. 41.)Readdick’s and Chapman’s research on children’s views of time out revealed that while in time out, the majority of the children: felt isolated. 42.)Riley needed the yellow crayon. She reached over and grabbed it from Samantha and the crayon broke. Riley’s teacher said, “That wasn’t a very good idea, was it? Now the crayon is broken and Samantha is angry with you. The next time you need something that someone has, what could you do instead of grabbing it?” Riley can now understand the teacher’s question and discuss possible alternate actions with her. Riley is probably about age: 4 43.)Rolling, crawling, jumping, and skipping are examples of: locomotion. 44.)Static balance can be practiced by playing:
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