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101- Chapter 7 Quiz

Quiz by Julie Ehle

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  • Q1

    Falls are the number one cause of playground injuries. Which of these is an acceptable impact-absorbing surface to place underneath playground equipment?



    Wood chips or wood fibers


  • Q2

    When taking learning trips, what is one precaution a teacher should take to ensure safety of the children?

    Visit the site before the trip to be aware of hazards and to prepare the children for what will be expected to ensure safety.

    Bring a long rope with handholds to guide children in an easy-to-supervise line.

    Insist that children always hold the hand of an adult and avoid crossing any busy streets.

    Avoid walking trips.

  • Q3

    Which is NOT an appropriate way to help children learn to keep themselves safe?

    Help them recognize and notice hazards and activities that may be dangerous.

    Have children help create safety rules in the context of daily life.

    Give them information that they can remember and teach them safety skills that they can master through practice.

    Have children memorize safety warnings about what you don't want them to do (e.g., don't run in the street, don't touch matches).

  • Q4

    The Let's Move! Childcare Campaign…

    focuses only on preschoolers.

    is a good way to prevent child abuse.

    offers a variety of teaching tools and strategies that can be used to contribute to ending childhood obesity.

    was developed by the Center for Disease Control.

  • Q5

    The most effective and important practice to prevent the spread of disease is to…

    limit children's opportunities to play with bacteria-harboring materials such as sand and water.

    use proper hand washing procedures and teach children when and how to wash their hands as well.

    serve snack foods that are prepackaged and not highly perishable.

    make sure toilets are flushed and sinks are sanitized regularly.

  • Q6

    Which of the following helps to keep children safe?

    Institute a "no touch" policy.

    Remove all risks from children's play areas.

    Integrate safety education into the curriculum.

    Placing children who are learning to walk in infant walker to help increase their mobility.

  • Q7

    Teachers can encourage children to learn to make healthy food choices by…

    providing some processed food that is convenient to prepare along with fruits and vegetables.

    serving only foods that are low in fat, salt, and sugar.

    offering snacks and treats only as a reward for children who finish their healthy food first.

    teaching them to distinguish between "sometimes" and "all the time" foods.

  • Q8

    To ease the stress of a child who is just entering an early childhood program, it is best if…

    children who cry for more than 10 minutes after drop-off are sent home.

    family members bid the child farewell and depart promptly so the child does not become confused, anxious, or cling to the family member.

    the child visits the program before his or her first day of school, and then has a familiar adult or family member stay through all or part of the first few days.

    the program has mandatory home visits by the teacher so the child gets acquainted with the teacher in the security of their own home and family before beginning.

  • Q9

    Comfort and security objects such as favorite stuffed toys, blankets, or other soft items…

    are not considered appropriate in early childhood programs because they can be a source of bacteria that causes communicable diseases.

    should not be allowed in classrooms because they undermine the educational goals of the program because children spend their time playing with and fighting over them.

    are helpful to children during separation and should be welcomed in early childhood classrooms.

    tend to prolong the time it takes for children to begin feeling secure and trustful of the program and the new people.

  • Q10

    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) deaths decrease when babies are put to sleep…

    on their backs.

    on their tummies.

    with a pacifier.

    with a pillow.

  • Q11

    When toys or furnishings have been "sanitized", that means that they have been…


    treated with a solution that destroys all germs.

    cleaned to remove dirt and debris.

    treated with a produce that reduces germs to a safe level.

  • Q12

    According to NAEYC standards for child-staff ratios and group size, a classroom for 4-year-old children for health, safety, and optimal learning will not have more than…

    30 children.

    15 children.

    20 children.

    25 children.

  • Q13

    Which practice does NOT support children's health?

    Teachers modeling their own enjoyment of being active.

    Making movement activities a part of each day's plan.

    Daily schedules are arranged so that children are not sedentary for more than one hour at a time.

    Outdoor play is planned weekly.

  • Q14

    Children who ingest or inhale even small amount of lead are at risk for all of the following EXCEPT…

    decreased bone and muscle growth.

    developmental delays.

    bone cancer.

    behavior and learning problems.

  • Q15

    Which of the following is recommended by the Let's Move! campaign?

    Serve 100% fruit juice at least twice per day.

    Provide water during meals and throughout the day.

    Limit water consumption so that children will drink all of the milk or juice that is served.

    Serve whole milk with meals.


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