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Between ages two and three, most children achieve a.correct grammatical form

Between ages two and three, most children achieve

a.correct grammatical form.c.the ability to pump on a swing.

b.the ability to engage in interactive play.d.toilet training.

12.              Many activities (e.g., painting, running, using play dough) of two-year-olds are

a.undertaken with an end goal in mind.c.a means to an end.

b.aimless.d.undertaken for their sheer enjoyment.

13.              Which of the following was most likely produced by a two-year-old?

a.a picture of a house surrounded by flowers and trees

b.a picture of scribbled lines and swirls

c.a play dough sculpture that is recognizably an animal airplane hammered together at the woodworking table

14.              When two-year-olds repeat an activity more than a couple of times, this should be

a.discouraged because they will not learn new skills if they repeat ones they already know.

b.considered a sign of a learning disability.

c.considered normal because it helps build competence.

d.ignored so that the children will move to learning new skills.

15.              When a two-year-old grabs a toy from another child, this should be considered

a.a forewarning of later social problems.

b.a normal behavior, because two-year-olds generally are not yet able to share.

c.a sign of selfishness.

d.a behavior that should be punished so that it will not be repeated.

16.              The language of three-year-olds is

a.a social tool.c.intelligible.

b.a cognitive tool.d.All of these answers.

17.              The pretend play of three-year-olds not yet evident.

b.begins to include two or three other children.

c.has to be prompted by teachers. elaborate and involved.

18.              Three-year-olds are able to

a.share sometimes, but find such behaviors still difficult.

b.share most of the time with no problems.

c.share only if a teacher tells them to.

d.not share at all yet.

19.              Four-year-olds

a.are generally quiet and compliant.c.are usually fearful.

b.frequently test the limits.d.are very insecure.

20.              Four-year-olds’ mastery of the basics of movement results in

a.a gradual disinterest in movement activities.

b.a greater focus on other areas of development at the expense of physical development. interest in showing off and embellishing basic skills (for instance, with physical stunts).

d.a readiness for formal activities such as sports or dance.

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