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Chapter 6, Lesson 3- Vocabulary
Chapter 6, Lesson 3- Vocabulary

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Attention span the length of time a person can concentrate on one thing Cooperative play playing together with one or two children and sharing toys Group play play with several children especially those their own age ID: 531075 Download Presentation

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Chapter 6, Lesson 3- Vocabulary

Attention span-

the length of time a person can concentrate on one thing

Cooperative play-

playing together with one or two children and sharing toys

Group play-

play with several children, especially those their own age

Parallel play-

play that occurs alongside of, rather than with, a friend

Solitary and independent play-

playing alone and showing little interest in interacting with other childrenSlide2

Chapter 6, Lesson 3- Review

What are the three developmental tasks that infants learn through play?

Any of the following: pick up the toy and hold it; learn about the world around them; control muscles; how to use hands; how to use their legs; how to handle toys.

Name three types of toys for toddlers.

Action toys, vehicle toys, imaginative toys.

What are four ways in which play benefits preschoolers?

Any four: seeing the value in taking turns and sharing with others; learning to get along with and play with a group; having opportunities to help others; continuing to develop their bodies by running, climbing, and jumping; becoming more creative; getting practice in solving problems.Slide3

Chapter 6, Lesson 3- Review (continued…)

Name three types of quiet play activities for children.

Any three: puzzles, puppets, creative materials, stories and books, computer software programs, listening to music, singing, dancing, television, videotapes.

What is the difference between parallel play and group play?

Parallel play occurs alongside, rather than with, a friend. Group play is play with other children of all ages.

Why is quiet play important for children?

Quiet play helps children relax and helps develop their imagination.

What might happen if a child does not have quiet play?

Without quiet play, children wear themselves out quickly, and may become irritable. Slide4

Chapter 6, Lesson 4- Vocabulary

Childproof-

safe for children to play and explore in

Intruder-

someone who uses force to get into a house

Poison control center-

a medical facility with staff trained to help in poisoning emergencies

Smoke alarm-

a device that sets off an alarm when smoke is presentSlide5

Chapter 6, Lesson 4- Review

What does it mean when you make a home childproof?

Child-proofing means making a place safe for children to play and explore in.

If you smell smoke or see fire, what should you do first? Next?

First, check to make sure there is fire or smoke. Then get the children out and call the fire department from a neighbor’s house.

Where can you call for help if a child swallows poison?

Poison control center. Look up the telephone number in the telephone book or call information. In the telephone book, all the emergency and important numbers you may need are listed on the first page. Poison Control Center- 1-800-222-1222; Ambulance, Fire, Police, Emergency- 911.Slide6

Chapter 6, Lesson 4- Review (continued…)

What is the single best way t0 keep children safe?

By never leaving them alone so that you can prevent accidents and handle emergencies right away.

What can

happen if you rely solely on childproofing to keep children safe?

Child-proofing may give a false sense of security; even if a home is childproof, children can move quickly and get into dangerous situations if not watched closely.Slide7

Chapter 6, Lesson 5- Vocabulary

Redirect-

turn (the child’s) attention to something elseSlide8

Chapter 6, Lesson 5- Review

What questions should you ask before you accept a babysitting job?

The number and ages of the children, the time you will be needed, how long the parents plan to be gone, the rate of pay you will receive.

Why do toddlers require a lot of attention?

They have a short attention span. They are busy moving from one thing to another. They may have separation anxiety and need to be comforted when their parents leave and have their attention redirected from missing parents to an activity to take their minds off the fact that their parents are away.

How do you redirect a child?

Offer a favorite toy, puzzle, game to get them to focus on something else. A goodie bag of ideas the babysitter has brought would be helpful to entice a child to attend to the new activity.Slide9

Chapter 6, Lesson 5- Review (continued…)

As a babysitter, what could you do to prevent children from objecting to family rules?

By asking parents to go over the family rules in front of the children. The children will know that you know the rules and know their parents expect them to follow the rules that were clearly stated. A babysitter can redirect children with appropriate activities, give them a choice between two appropriate activities. When a babysitter stays involved in the child’s play, the child is less likely to have the opportunity to misbehave.

How might you get recommended for babysitting jobs?

By being a reliable babysitter- keeping a constant, careful watch over the children using the babysitter’s checklist, not allowing your friends to visit or call you while you are working, not opening the door to strangers. By engaging in play with the children under your care, by providing age appropriate games, books, and activities to do when babysitting (goodie bag). By letting parents know you have received a babysitting certificate from the YMCA or learned about babysitting in your FCS class.Slide10

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