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Multiple Choice

1 .       The rapid growth rate of infancy decelerates somewhat during the second year of life. [Hint]


2 .       At age one, the child's head comprises 1/3 of the total body length [Hint]


3 .       Which of the following puts toddlers at risk for accident and injury. [Hint]


4 .       ___________ teeth are the first set of teeth, which erupt during infancy and are often called baby teeth. [Hint]


5 .       Research on young children's visual development has shown that they reach 20/20 acuity at the age of ___________ years. [Hint]


6 .       __________________ is a neurological process by which sensory input is organized. [Hint]


7 .       Which of the following is not true about the physical changes that occur between ages 1 and 3? [Hint]


8 .       Lead is a toxin that can cause __________________ disorders. [Hint]


9 .       Which is true about brain growth and neurological development? [Hint]


10 .       ________________ development refers to the ability to move independently from place to place. [Hint]


11 .       Ramon is able to move his thumb and fingers in opposition to each other and grasp a toy. This movement is called [Hint]


12 .       Body proportions and posture during ages 1 to 3 years have resulted in the term _________ to describe this age. [Hint]


13 .       Toilet learning [Hint]


14 .       A child who is developmentally delayed is said to [Hint]


15 .       Out-of-home childcare settings are usually required by state licensing laws to provide daily nutrition that meets _______________ of the child's daily dietary requirements. [Hint]


16 .       Why is it important to begin immunizations early in a child's life? [Hint]


17 .       Procedures using protective barriers such as non-porous gloves and surfaces that can be sanitized are called [Hint]


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