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Infant Care (1-12 months) Questions - All Grades

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Grade 8 Infant Care (1-12 months)
The average weight of a baby at birth is:
  1. 7.1 pounds
  2. 8.0 pounds
  3. 6.5 pounds
  4. 7.5 pounds
Grade 8 Infant Care (1-12 months)
The soft spots around the skull of a baby's head are called:
  1. drumapels
  2. fontanels
  3. fountains
  4. skull caps
None Infant Care (1-12 months)
College Infant Care (1-12 months)
Which description best illustrates proximodistal development in an infant?
  1. Kick and to wave the arms, then learns to grasp the foot and pull it to the mouth
  2. Roll over, then learns to follow an object with the eyes
  3. Walk for several steps, then learns to run
  4. Imitate speech-like sounds, then learns to speak a language
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
What can a newborn can not do?
  1. Move Arms and Legs
  2. Move head
  3. Eat soft foods
  4. Crawl or walk
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
What is a newborn?
  1. A baby
  2. A whale
  3. A dog
  4. An adult
Grade 1 Infant Care (1-12 months)
What can a baby do?
  1. Crawl and walk
  2. Move Arms and Legs
  3. be a mad scientist
  4. Rule the world
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
A baby’s room should be kept at                         .
  1. a cool temperature
  2. a warm temperature
  3. a comfortable temperature
  4. none of the above
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
Breastfeeding                                          
  1. Creates a bond between infant and mother
  2. Protects babies from illness and infection
  3. helps babies eye sight and speech
  4. is great for babies jaw muscles and brain
  5. All of the above
Continuing Education Infant Care (1-12 months)
SIDS stands for
  1. Sudden Infant Diarrhea syndrom
  2. Sudden Infant death syndrome
  3. Sudden Infant Death symptoms
College Infant Care (1-12 months)
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