GCSE Child care/development CGP Revision quiz

Here are important key revision information linked to family, birth, contraception and morein the form of a fun quiz to help study for GCSE qualifications in Child development (childcare). All information in the quiz is taken from the CGP revision guide

1. At what age does an average child reach the milestone of making a tower of three bricks?

  • 12 Months
  • 18 Months
  • 24 Months
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2. Which of these should a women avoid as part of pre-conceptual care?

  • Vitamins, potatoes
  • Cigarette smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs
  • Folic acid supplements
  • Fruit & veg, meat,

3. At what age does an average child reach the milestone of walking with confidence?

  • 18 Months
  • 12 Months
  • 24 Months

4. What is the function of an 'endomentrium'?

  • It contains lots of blood vessels and breaks down and comes each away each month if a fertilised egg doesn't get implanted in
  • It produces eggs
  • It carries the egg towards the uterus
  • It grows during pregnancy to fit the baby

5. How reliable is the natural method 'abstinence' (no sex)

  • 10%
  • 100%
  • 83%
  • 25%

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Emma-leigh

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Im only 13.we wil learn this in science.no need to put this up on the Internet.:(bad for the children who are yet not to be known to what they are 

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