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Children’s belief in their ability to succeed in a given task is called __________________

Children’s belief in their ability to succeed in a given task is called ____________________.

2.              ____________________. is a white, fatty substance that insulates nerve cells and speeds up the rate at which nerve impulses are transmitted from cell to cell.

3.              ____________________. is the category of play that involves creating something with play objects.

4.              The type of play in which children use play objects to substitute for something imaginary is called ____________________.

5.              Because of adverse environmental factors (for instance, poverty or low birth weight), ____________________. are considered in jeopardy for developmental delay.

MATCHING

Match each statement to the item listed below.

a.the child moves about the classroom going from one area to another, observing but not getting involved

b.the child plays alone, uninvolved with other children nearby

c.quite common among two-year-olds, a child stands nearby watching others at play, without joining in

d.children use similar materials or toys in similar ways but do not interact with each other

e.increasingly evident as preschoolers get older, children interact and even share some of their materials, but they are not engaged in a common activity

f.typical of older preschoolers, this is the most social form of play and involves children playing together in a shared activity

g.characteristic of infants’ and toddlers’ repetitive, motor play used to explore what objects are like and what can be done with them

h.involves creating something with the play objects

i.the child uses a play object to substitute for something imaginary

j.involve accepted, prearranged rules in play; more typical of older children

1.              unoccupied behavior

2.              solitary play

3.              onlooker play

4.              parallel play

5.              associative play

6.              cooperative play

7.              functional play

8.              constructive play

9.              dramatic play

10.              games with rules

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