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What are large motor skills?Some examples are walking, hopping and running. What are large motor skills? Category
A child needs this to ride a bicycle.What is balance? Category
Encouraging a child to use thetoilet before traveling. What is something to help avoid toileting accidents?
Compared to adults preschoolers will eat and need meals like this.What are smaller meals?
You can vary this with smooth pudding, crunchy carrots and chewy cheese.What is texture?
Be sure to keep directions simple for them.How do you give directions to a toddler?
It can be improved by questioningand talking to a child about their surroundings. What is memory?
This does not help encourage children to speak well.What is baby talk?
A one year old trying to fitvarious shapes into a sorter. What is trial and error learning?
Activities such as finger painting, dramatic play, and daydreaming.What can foster creativity?
A method of discipline for toddlers of changing the subject.What is distraction?
By allowing a child to have some physical activity.What is a way to relieve stress?
At this age they become self-centered, bossy and regress in behavior.What is a 4 year old?
The area of development in which one establishes identity.What is emotional development?
Examples of this might be: caring for a younger sibling and making friends.What is social development?
A natural defense against disease.What is an antibody?
A pediatrician may recommend this type of food for a sick child.What is a bland diet?
May cause Reye Syndrome ifgiven to a sick child. What is asprin?
A pattern of behavior that harms a child.What is child abuse?
When a child has difficulty breathing,brought on by sickness, allergy or the cold air. What is asthma?
He may have trouble with math, reading, and writing tasks.Who is a child with dyslexia?
An IQ below 70, but first noticed by parents or pediatrician.What is mental retardation?
May be caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain.What is ADHD/ADD?
A speech problem where the child repeats the beginning sound of a word.What is stuttering?
Condition in which a child is unable to sit still and concentrate.What is ADHD?
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