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1 1. A teen mother has trouble with her kidneys, heart and blood circulation. She is having convulsions. What is the MOST LIKELY cause? A. Exposure to harmful substances B. High blood pressure C. Poor eating habits D. Rubella B

2 2. A teen mother has a low-grade fever, rash, and swollen lymph glands in the neck. What is the MOST LIKELY cause? A. Exposure to harmful substances B. Failure to go to the doctor C. Poor eating habits D. Rubella D

3 3. Teen mothers usually work for lower wages than other workers. What is the MOST LIKELY cause? A. Lack of education B. Lack of good nutrition C. Lack of parental support D. Lack of social activities A

4 4. Babies born to teens have a higher rate of birth defects than babies born to women in their twenties. What is the MOST LIKELY cause? A. Many teens are afraid to tell anyone about the pregnancy and do not get the prenatal care. B. Many teens are unemployed and do not have financial resources to provide for a baby. C. Many teens are very emotional during pregnancy and do not know where to find help. D. Many pregnant teens drop out of school because they begin to feel like outsiders around their friends. A

5 5. Babies born to teens have a higher infant mortality rate than babies born to women in their twenties. What is the Most Likely cause? Babies are often born: A. overweight. B. prematurely. C. to moms who drop out of high school. D. to unemployed mothers. B

6 6. A DISADVANTAGE of adopting a child is the short transition period. Which means the same as this statement? A. the children have possible problems from the previous family. B. the parents are there for each other and are mutual partners. C. the parents do not have the 9 months of pregnancy to prepare for the child. D. the parents try to give their child everything. C

7 7. An ADVANTAGE of being a single parent is that there is only one authority figure in the family. Which means the same as this statement? A. The single parent can go to his/her family members for help. B. The single parent can make decisions without asking anyone else. C. The single parent has an “instant family”. D. The single parent needs a spouse to help with decision making. B

8 8. Jane and Jim decided to have children because they both love nature and would welcome the experience of seeing nature’s beauties through the eyes of a child. Which reason for having children is this? A. They feel a child will make them love each other more. B. They know their parents want them to have children. C. They want to have a little boy because girls do not like exploring. D. They want to share their interest with a child. D

9 9. Mary and Tom decided not to have children because they enjoy traveling. Which reason for NOT having children is this? A. They are afraid their baby could be unhealthy. B. They cannot afford a baby at this time. C. They do not want to be tied down. D. They have other career goals to focus on at this time. C

10 10. Pam is thinking about having a baby. She has patience, self-control, and problem solving abilities and can accept responsibility without being pressured. This is an example of: A. Desire for parenthood. B. Emotional maturity. C. Financial and management skills. D. Health considerations. B

11 Scenario B: When a teen female became pregnant, se was worried about telling the teen father because he had a scholarship to play basketball in college. Afraid the news of her pregnancy would ruin his plans, she decided to try to make it alone. The teen female was scheduled to attend a university in the nursing program. She had already missed several days of school due to morning sickness. When she went to the doctor, they did a sonogram and found that the baby would have spinal bifida. The doctor wanted her to take it easy because of her high blood pressure. She has no insurance and worries about her future. The teen female decided to work during the holiday season, but soon became unemployed because of the stress she was feeling. Her mother and father had been killed in an accident when she was younger. Feeling lost and all alone, she is struggling with her situation.

12 11. Which problem in Scenario B illustrates why she might need to be employed? A. Feeling lost and all alone. B. Having high blood pressure with danger of having a premature baby. C. Making it on her own without any help from friends or family D. Missing days of school. C

13 12. Which problem in Scenario B illustrates an emotional risk for the teen mother? A. Feeling guilty about not telling the baby’s father B. Missing days at school C. Trying to survive D. Working during the holidays A

14 13. Which problem in Scenario B illustrates an employment problem to the teen female? A. Having a child with a birth defect. B. Missing days at school. C. Not being able to work. D. The baby’s father having a scholarship. C

15 14. Which illustrates an emotional aspect of teen sexuality? A. Mark is experiencing extreme acne. B. Martha is beginning to change her priorities. C. Ned has mood swings. D. Ollie has a strong desire for independence. C

16 15. Which is More Likely a challenge for teen parents than older married parents? A. To be a good parent and meet the needs of the child. B. To have financial difficulties because of the added stress of the child C. To have friends they can turn to for help for finances or child care and support. D. To have more time to meet personal wants and needs B

17 16. Jason helps his neighbors on weekends by keeping their children while they go out to dinner. Which child development-related work is this? A. Babysitter B. Family court judge C. Nanny D. Puppeteer A

18 17. Jake has a graduate degree and helps children who have large and small motor impairments or challenges. Which child development-related career is this? A. Child care consultant B. Genetic counselor C. Physical therapist D. Teacher C

19 18. Irma has a medical degree and specializes in caring for women who are pregnant. Which child development-related career is this? A. Hygienist B. LPN C. OB/GYN D. RN C

20 19. Eve planned healthy meals for patients in the children’s ward who had special nutritional needs. Which child development-related career is this? A. Activities director B. Au pair C. Children’s dietitian D. Play therapist C

21 20. Daniel has a medical degree from a well-respected university and work with patients from infancy through age eighteen. Which child development- related career is this? A. Pediatrician B. Play therapist C. Special education D. Teacher assistant A

22 21. Tom is concerned about the certificate in the hallway of the center showing an “89” from the health inspector. Which factor that influences child care selection is this? A. Cleanliness of the child care center B. Cost of child care C. Ratio of children per caregiver D. Training and education of staff A

23 22. Mary has to be at work early in the morning and works late most afternoons. Which factor influences child care selection is this? A. Cost of child care B. Hours of operation C. Location D. Rating B

24 23. When Mrs. Abbot arrived at the child care center, a child was sitting in the corner facing the wall with tape on his mouth. Which factor of child care selection is this? A. Cost of child care B. Discipline methods used C. Hours of operations D. Nutrition program B

25 24. Jan takes her son to child care where she does not have to pay a fee, her son receives medical services, and she obtains advice from social services workers about feeding and other parenting responsibilities. What type of child care is this? A. Family child care B. Head start C. Montessori D. Preschool B

26 25. A single dad works in an office complex downtown. He takes his special-needs preschooler to the child care room provided by his company so he can easily check on him as often as needed during the day. Which type of child care is this? A. Employer-sponssored child care B. Family child care C. Stay-at-home parent D. University-sponsored/laboratory school A

27 26. What is the MOST LIKELY reason a person would go to the Employment Security Commission? A. Get food, clothing, and shelter after a disaster B. Get help to find a job after a flood C. Obtain immunizations after a disaster D. Seek support to provide a normal life for children B

28 27. What would be the MOST LIKELY reason a person would go to the Red Cross? A. He needed a place for his family to be secure after their house was destroyed by as flood. B. He needed help finding a job after a disaster. C. He needed shots to get a job after a disaster. D. He needed support to help his children develop a normal life. A

29 28. What would be the MOST LIKELY reason a person would go to the Health Department? A. Needs clothing and shelter after a disaster B. Needs food stamps C. Needs a place to spend the night D. Needs immunizations to obtain employment person would go to the Health Department D

30 29. Mary is a child in a domestic violence situation. Her mother is being abused. What role would her mother play for her in this situation? A. Abandon the child and worry more about herself B. Be a support person for the child C. Beg others for money for food D. Give the child everything they want B

31 30. Which is MOST LIKELY the hazard Sally and James might be exposed to in a house that was built in 1978? A. Asbestos B. Fire ants C. Lead poisoning D. Termites C

32 31. Claire went to school to learn technical skills required to check prenatal development of fetuses. Which child development-related career is this? A. Au pair B. Midwife C. Paramedic D. Sonographer D

33 32. The baby’s head was lodged in the birth canal, so the doctor used forceps to guide the baby out. Which stage of labor is this? A. Pre-labor B. First stage C. Second stage D. Third stage C

34 33. Which is an example of a birth defect resulting from both heredity and environmental influences? A. Angie has brain damage as a result of an auto accident before she was born. B. Cindy has no way to use protein because of defective genes she inherited genes inherited from her parents C. One-year-old Mary has an incomplete spinal cord due to folic acid and an inherited gene. D. William has an extra chromosome and is mentally disabled. C

35 34. During which stage of pregnancy does a pregnant woman usually gain a total of 2- 4 ponds? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester B

36 35. What is a likely cause of a woman having a Cesarean birth? A. The baby is premature. B. The cervix is dilated. C. the contractions are very strong. D. The mother is delivering twins. D

37 36. How could John develop a support system while caring for his new baby? A. Avoid seeking help since that is a sign of poor parenting B. Select a trustworthy person to babysit for the new baby C. Work all day and help with the baby at night D. Work on weekday and help with the baby on weekends B

38 37. Which is true about diaper rash? A. Children with diaper rash need to wear rubber pants. B. Diaper rash is not related to how clean a baby is kept. C. If a baby has diaper rash, he should be changed more often. D. Infants in cloth diapers are more likely to have diaper rash than those who wear disposables. C

39 38. Social development of infants who have learned to trust differs from that of infants who have not because those who trust are better able to: A. change their temperaments. B. control their emotions. C. distinguish causes of emotions. D. form positive relationships. D

40 39. The doctor told the mother that her baby’s cerebellum is not fully developed. Which type of activity is MOST LIKELY to be affected? A. Balancing B. Breathing C. Sneezing D. Walking A

41 40. Jenny, like a typical infant, cries for her bottle because she thinks only about her own needs. What stage of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development does this illustrate? A. Concrete operation B. Formal operation C. Preoperational D. Sensorimotor D

42 41. Baby Bonnie cried when her big sister took her stuffed bear and ran out of the room. What stage on concept of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development has Bonnie NOT developed? A. Concrete operational B. Object permanence C. Preoperational D. Sensorimotor B

43 42. Zachary began crying in the middle of the night because one of his diaper pins was not properly fastened. Which type of crying is this? A. Annoyed B. Hurting C. Lack of food D. Uneasiness B

44 43. Eli is crying because she went to bed without a bottle. Which type of crying is this? A. Annoyed B. Hurting C. Lack of food D. Uneasiness C

45 44. How could Betty and Seth develop a support system while caring for their new baby? A. Accept offers from trusted neighbors to babysit while they go out for a few hours B. Always take the advice of those who volunteer to help with the baby C. Expect friends and family to babysit on regular basis D. Firmly tell family members they do not need advice and will make their own decisions A

46 45. Which is an appropriate statement to a child who has bitten someone? A. “Do not bite.” B. “How could you do such a thing?” C. “I am going to bite you back.” D. “What is wrong with you? Are you hungry?” A

47 46. Which illustrates typical self- help skills of toddler in getting dressed? A. Tammy’s mother encourages her to dress herself, and then provides help as needed. B. Terrance takes his clothes off, but does not want to put them back on. C. Tom’s mother has to hurry to get to work, so she just dresses her son herself D. Tory fell down while trying to pull up his pants, but his shirt slid easily over his head. A

48 47. Which illustrates the self- help skills of a typical toddler in getting dressed? A. Ellie holds her arms straight up to get dressed, but she puts them down when her mother tries to help her put on her t-shirt. B. Sam puts his arms in his shirts, but his mother has to help him pt on all his other clothes. C. Tim can put on his clothes without help, but has to have assistance with fasteners. D. Ann can put on her shirt, but has trouble pulling up her pants. C

49 48. Which illustrates the skills of a toddler when brushing teeth? A. Tammy brushes her teeth well without supervision. B. Tommy needs his mother to help him brush his eight teeth with a soft brush. C. Wanda does not like to brush, but her mother helps her with a hard-bristle brush. D. Van can brush his teeth alone with no help or reminders from his mother. B

50 49. Which illustrates a recommended practice for bathing a one-year-old.? A. Allow the child to suck on a sponge. B. If the child cries, remove him/her without washing. C. Let the child play in the tub. D. Wash the child in the tub, then remove him/her. D

51 50. Which illustrates established routines? A. Jamie loves to brush her teeth, read a story, sing, and choose her favorite bear before going to bed each night. B. Kendra stays up each night until her mother has time to give her a bath and put her to bed. C. Lacey eats whenever she gets hungry: there is no such thing as a mealtime at her house. D. Matthew takes naps at different times each day. A

52 51. Tommy went to the board and wrote the letters of the alphabet. Which type of development is this? A. Cognitive B. Emotional C. Physical D. Social A

53 52. Which is an appropriate statement to a child who has hit someone? A. “If you have strong feelings, its best to try to keep them inside.” B. “Keep your hand to yourself or you will be sorry.” C. “Let’s pretend we are playing a game of superheroes; we must protect our friends.” D. “You are a very bad boy, and your mother will hear about this!” C

54 53. Which is an example of providing physical activity and creative outlets to help children vent strong feelings? A. “Let’s go for a walk. It will make you feel better.” B. “Sit down and be still now. You are wearing on my nerves.” C. “We will have quiet time until everyone learns to behave.” D. “You must sit still during the thunderstorm so lightning will not strike you.” A

55 54. A father spoke with his five-year- old son who had been talking negatively about his friends. Which type of care needs does this support? A. Emotional B. Physical C. Social D. Special care B

56 55. Which illustrates appropriate moral development in a preschooler? A. Andrew did not throw the ball in the street because he knew he might get run over. B. Billy did not want to play ball with any of his friends. C. Carlton did not know that he had done wrong when he slammed the door. D. David broke the windshield on the car and ran away to hide. A

57 56. Which is an example of praising and encouraging talents and abilities of children? A. “I know you want to put on your clothes by yourself, but you still need a lot of help.” B. “I love the way you keep trying to tie your shoes; I know you will catch on soon.” C. “It takes you too long to clean up your room; we’ll never get anything done waiting for you.” D. “Jessie, please help your sister put away her clothes; she always makes such a mess.” B

58 57. Which is an example of sharing responsibility by giving children opportunities to help? A. “Let me set the table. I can do it more quickly and neatly.” B. “Let’s set the table together.” C. “You need to wait until you are older to help set the table.” D. “You need to watch me set the table so you can learn to do it right.” B


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