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What is the best description of solitary play?
  1. Children play contentedly by themselves.
  2. Children play side-by-side, each doing his or her own thing.
  3. Children play together and cooperate.
  4. Children play games with rules together.
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The toddlers in your care like to climb up on the toy shelves. You know this is dangerous because the shelves are not steady. What should you do?
  1. Put the children in time out until they learn not to climb on shelves.
  2. Attach the shelves to the floor so they are steady, and then let the toddlers climb all they want
  3. Attach the shelves to the floor or wall, and help children find a better place to climb.
  4. Remove the shelves from the room and keep the toys in a tall cabinet.
Continuing Education Early Childhood Education
During dramatic play, a child throws a baby doll onto the floor as she yells, "I hate babies!" You know there is a new baby in this child's family. What would an appropriate response be?
  1. Pick up the doll and say, "Poor baby, She was such a bad girl for throwing you down."
  2. Tell the child that she should not throw toys and if she does it again, she will have to leave the housekeeping area.
  3. Recognize the child's feeling and encourage her to talk about how she feels.
  4. Ignore her behavior and say to another child, "You are so good, you never throw dolls!"
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When a preschooler has difficulty doing a puzzle she has chose, what is the best thing to do?
  1. Put the pieces in for the child.
  2. Give a little help until the child can finish it for herself.
  3. Take the puzzle away and giver her an easier one.
  4. Tell the child to finish it before choosing something else to do.
Continuing Education Early Childhood Education
Which is the most appropriate special activity for young children to take part in?
  1. An hour-long graduation ceremony
  2. A beauty contest
  3. An end of the year play
  4. A picnic
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A preschool teacher wishes to teach the concepts of first, middle, and last to a group of four-year-old children. The teacher's best strategy for introducing these concepts would be to:
  1. draw three familiar characters in a row and indicate which character is in which place.
  2. have the children take turns standing in a line and ask them to identify who is in which place.
  3. line up three stuffed animals and indicate which animal is in which place.
  4. show the children picture cards of sets of three objects and ask them to tell which object is in which place.
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While preparing her pre-k classroom for the first day of school, a teacher creates a classroom grocery store in the dramatic play area. She stocks the classroom store with a variety of familiar items (e.g., cereal boxes, milk cartons) and labels other objects in the classroom. Which of the following is likely to be the primary benefit of his classroom design?
  1. The use of familiar objects will make the children feel comfortable and at home in their classroom.
  2. Students' self-esteem and motivation to learn to read will increase as they discover that they already know many words in the classroom.
  3. Experience with print in their environment will help children develop an understanding of the purpose and functions of print.
  4. The use of food items in the grocery store center will enhance children's awareness of good nutrition.
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A pre-k teacher has been informed that many children in the school are out sick with colds or the flu. Which of the following preventive measures is the most appropriate action for the teacher to take in this situation?
  1. Require that parents keep home children who show even the slightest symptoms of a cold
  2. Increase the frequency with which children and staff engage in routine hand washing throughout the day.
  3. Teach children signs to watch out for in order to help them self-assess whether they have a fever.
  4. Ask that parents send in cold medicine so that children may be treated as symptoms occur.
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When learning English, which of the following language skills do young children from diverse language backgrounds typically master first?
  1. speaking with other children while playing
  2. sorting different objects based on their colors
  3. following directions for completing an activity
  4. recognizing which words in a list rhyme
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Which of the following actions by a pre-k teacher best demonstrates an awareness of the importance of family systems?
  1. encouraging the children to take home their artwork and other productions to share with their families
  2. issuing an invitation to all families to visit the classroom at any time
  3. maintaining ongoing communication with families with respect to events and circumstances at home and at school
  4. beginning every school year with an instructional unit on families
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Ben, a four-year-old in Mr. Dorato's pre-k class is making a tower out of wooden blocks when his classmate Maria accidentally bumps the tower, knocking it over. Ben yells at Maria and is about to hit her when Mr. Dorato intervenes. Which of the following is the most appropriate way for Mr. Dorato to communicate with Ben immediately following this incident?
  1. "If you act like that, the other children won't like you anymore."
  2. "Tell Maria you are sorry, then put away your blocks."
  3. "If you can't behave yourself, I may have to call your parents."
  4. "I know you are angry, but you may not hurt your classmates."
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