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Child Development Stages (Grade 9)

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Child Development Stages

1. 
Identify which of the following is most important to early childhood development.
  1. experiencing lots of play time
  2. ensuring a child has many toys
  3. listening to soothing music
  4. ensuring a child has only high quality toys
2. 
When do children first play with their peers cooperatively?
  1. 1-2 years old
  2. 2-3 years old
  3. 6-7 years old
  4. 4-6 years old
3. 
What is the best criteria to use for choosing toys for children?
  1. no sharp corners
  2. age appropriate
  3. only buy interactive toys
  4. does not have small removal parts
4. 
Why are children under the age of three at high risk for choking on toys?
  1. don't chew well
  2. attracted to bright colours
  3. are often hungry
  4. explore and learn with their mouths
5. 
Correctly identify the age a child should be able to build a tower of three building blocks.
  1. 2 years
  2. 9 months
  3. 18 months
  4. 1 year
6. 
How many hours a day do newborns usually sleep?
  1. 16
  2. 8
  3. 10
  4. 2
7. 
Approximately, how many words can a two year old speak?
  1. 10-20
  2. 100
  3. 50
  4. 150
8. 
At what age do most children express affection, easily separate from parents, and take turns?
  1. 12 months
  2. 5 years
  3. 36 months
  4. 6 years
9. 
At what age is it common for babies to become wary of strangers?
  1. 2-3 months
  2. 1 year
  3. 2 years
  4. 7-9 months
10. 
At what age can most babies sit without help and pull themselves up to a standing position?
  1. 6 months
  2. 10-12 months
  3. 15-18 months
  4. 7-8 months
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