Question: Growth And Development 7. T F Development Is A Change In Psychological And Social Functioning B. T F Children Should Develop At The Same Rate. 9. T F A4-year-old Child Has A Strong Preference For The Parent Of The Same Sex TRUE OR FALSE Circle T For True, Or Circle F For False. 1. T F ‘Three-month-old Infants Can Raise Their Heads And Shoulders When …
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Growth and Development 7. T F Development is a change in psychological and social functioning B. T F Children should develop at the same rate. 9. T F A4-year-old child has a strong preference for the parent of the same sex TRUE OR FALSE Circle T for true, or circle F for false. 1. T F ‘Three-month-old infants can raise their heads and shoulders when lying on their stomachs 2. T F Toilet training is usually completed by the age of 1 years. 3. T F Three-year-olds are able to play with other children. 4T F Young adulthood is the time when partners spend more time alone together 5. T F Adolescents begin to think about Careers and what to do after high school graduation 6. T F The term growth refers to the physical changes that can be measured and that occur in a steady and organized manner. 10. T F At 8 years of age, peer-group activities and opinions are important to the child. 11. T F Puberty begins when reproductive organs begin to function. 12. T F During young adulthood, hobbie and pastimes can be pursued sina more free time is available. MATCH CHAPTER 15 Crowth and Development 103 23. What stage of growth and development includes the following developmental tasks Increasing the ability to communicate with and understand other performing self-care activities learning the physical differences between the sexe learning right from wrong and good from bad: learning to play with others, and developing family relationships? A Puberty B. Young adulthood C Preschool D. Newborn ing MATCHING Match the correct age at which a child is expected to develop each of the following skills. 24. Speaks in short sentences A 2 months 25. Usually protective of younger B. 3 months brothers and sisters C5 months 26 Learn to tell time D. 6 months 27. Smiles and follows objects with the E 8 months F 28. Can eat table food 29. Can hold a rattle H. 5 years 31 Reacts to the word “no 17 years 31. Begins to bite and chew finger foods 32 Plays with the toes 1 year G 3 years 104 CHAPTER # Growth and Development March the fol B. 46. 47 48. A Birth-4 weeks Maneb nebber er prochen with the corner 8 months C 2 years D. 2 years E 3 years 35. F 5 years G. 6 years 36. H. 7 years lack purpose 1. 8 years 37. Select partner and leam to live together develop intimate J. relationships K Adolescence 38. May be able to stand when holding on to something L Young adulthood 39 Bowel training usually is complete M. Middle adulthood Awkward movements occur because of rapid growth in height and Do not like being teased or criticted and are sensitive about how other crear them Tempercantrums and saying “no” are common In girls, pelvis becomes broader, far appears on hips and chest, and budding of bress occurs Movements are uncoordinated and Mate the 50 . 10-14 years 51. 52 53 40. 54. 55. 56. 57. Recognize that male and female bodice are different More permanent teeth appear: movements are faster and more graceful Weight control becomes a problem as metabolism and physical activity slow down 44. May cheat to win, but they like rules and try to follow them Baby teeth are lost, and replacement with permanent teeth beim 45.
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