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Two reasons parents could encourage children to read and enjoy books
Read them at bedtime & take children to the library
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Two ways a young child might react to a divorce or separetion
Behaviour changes & unwilling to talk to others
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Suggest two other ways families are different
Age range & religion
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Boys are more likely to be involved in accidents than girls, why?
Boys are more adventurous
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Two early signs of pregnancy
Tender breats & missed a period
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Needs of children that should be provided by a family
Food, love & shelter
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Babies & younger children are more likely to have accidents including poisoning and choking, why?
Babies put everything in there mouths
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Three ways that smoking during pregnancy might harm the baby?
Premature birth, lack of growth & low birth weight
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Women are advised to take folic acid when trying to concevive & during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, why?
Helps to protect against neutral tube & helps form the spine
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Foods or drinks that should be avoided when pregnant
Alochol & raw eggs
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Explain how to treat a young child suffering from food poisoning
Plenty to drink & dry food e.g. toast
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Children over the age of two are more likely to have falls, why?
Babies become more mobile
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How does food poisoning be prevented when preparing or cooking food for babies or young children?
Wash hands, cover any cuts & cook food throughly
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Symptoms of meningtis
High temperature & blocty skin
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What is the function of the female hormone oxytocin?
Used to start labour
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What is a breech birth?
Feet first
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Points to consider when choosing a book for a 12 month old baby
Colourful to attrach childs attention, small enough for baby to hold & different textures
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Symptoms of food poisoning
Fever & sickness
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What is the definition of a family?
A family is the basic unit of societ and a group of people living together who are normally married
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What is the main difference between foster and apodation?
Adoption is long term & foster is short term
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Eggs are released from the _______.
Overies
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The _____ is found at the neck of the uterus.
Cervix
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Sperm is stored in the ________.
Epididymis
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Suggest two other ways families are different

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Boys are more likely to be involved in accidents than girls, why?

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Two early signs of pregnancy

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