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One way to help children learn classroom rules is to

One way to help children learn classroom rules is to

a.write out a list of the rules and read it to the children every day.

b.write out the rules and read it to a child who breaks one of the rules.

c.make up a new rule every time a child behaves in an inappropriate manner.

d.post a picture poster of rules (for instance, arranging photographs or sketches of appropriate behaviors under a smiling face and corresponding inappropriate ones under a frowning face).

32.              When children do not arrive at the same time in the morning, it is probably best to begin

a.with a period in which children can self-select from a few simple activities and teachers are free to greet children and parents.

b.with a group activity into which children are welcomed as they arrive.

c.outdoors until everyone arrives so that children do not start the activities planned for that day.

d.small group activities, led by various teachers, so that as soon as enough children are at school, one teacher can take them to a separate area for a structured activity.

33.              At the end of meals, children should

a.wait until everyone has finished eating before they move to the next activity.

b.be able to leave the table and go to a self-directed activity or to the next planned activity.

c.wait until all the children at their particular table have finished.

d.wait until a teacher formally dismisses them.

34.              Length of large group activities should match the children’s abilities to attend for a short period of time. Although there will be individual variations from group to group, in general, three-year-olds can be expected to sit for ____ minutes.

a.5c.15 to 20

b.10d.30

35.              Songs or fingerplays

a.can be selected to excite or calm down children.

b.provide an excellent device for starting a group time, particularly if a standard one is used every day.

c.make a wonderful transitional device through which children are moved from one activity to the next.

d.All of these answers.

36.              Cleaning up after an activity is an important transition from that activity to the next. Cleanup time will be facilitated if

a.you give children a warning a few minutes before so that they can put closure to their activity.

b.teachers give specific verbal instruction in guiding cleanup.

c.the environment is orderly and logical and the children know where items belong.

d.All of these answers.

37.              Transitions should take into account

a.how many children can reasonably accomplish a task without a long wait (for instance, how many can wash their hands at one time).

b.where teachers should be positioned during transitions to help children move from one activity to another.

c.how teachers should shift positions once the majority of children have moved to the next activity.

d.All of these answers.

38.              Before going on a field trip, prepare the children by

a.telling them what the schedule for the trip is.

b.what the rules are, both in the vehicle and at the destination.

c.affixing a tag with the child’s name, the school’s name, and the school’s phone number on each child.

d.All of these answers.

39.              Part of good nutrition involves

a.eliminating snacking between meals.

b.including proteins in the diet sparingly.

c.encouraging vegetarianism.

d.including healthful snacks that contribute to the daily nutrient intake.

40.              Which of these statements about healthful eating habits is correct?

a.Food preferences and aversions are formed later in life.

b.Atmosphere during mealtime does not matter, only the nutritional value of the food.

c.Most children prefer mixed foods.

d.Children should be allowed to be as independent as possible at mealtimes.

41.              Which federal program reimburses the cost of meals and snacks for infants and children up to age twelve who come from low-income families?

a.Head Start

b.the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children

c.After School Snack Program

d.the Child and Adult Care Food Program

42.              Which of these statements about reducing the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is accurate?

a.Babies should be put to sleep on their stomach rather than their back during the first year of life.

b.Babies should be put to sleep on their back rather than their stomach during the first year of life.

c.There is no known way to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

d.The primary cause of SIDS is birth defects.

43.              If the teacher is planning to be absent from the class for a few days, he or she should

a.not tell the children.

b.let the children know beforehand.

c.simply tell the children that a substitute teacher will be coming in.

d.cancel school for the day.

44.              A classroom “emergency pack” kept near the door in the event of an emergency evacuation should contain all of the following EXCEPT

a.modeling clay.

b.a class list.

c.phone numbers.

d.a couple of the children’s favorite books.

45.              Toileting accidents could be caused by

a.clothing that is difficult to remove.c.a child getting too engrossed in play.

b.a bladder infection.d.All of these answers.

 

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