Unit 1-Questions

What is growth?
Something that changes as you age and you can measure, for example head circumference and weight.
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What is development?
PIES- holistic development.
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Name a gross motor skill for a infant. (six months)
can control thier large muscles and be able to roll, sit and crawl.
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What is a gross motor skill?
Being able to control and move using the large muscles in the body e.g. torso.
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Name three gross motor activities.
Climbing, Walking, Pulling, Kicking, Jumping, Bending, Co-ordinating.
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Name a gross motor skill for Early Childhood (3-8 Years)
Can hop from one foot to another, can run forwards and backwards, walking and balance on a low beam, catch and throw a ball.
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What is a fine motor skill?
Being able to control and move the small muscles in the body e.g. fingers and toes.
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Name a fine motor skill for a infant. (18 months)
Can build with blocks, can use a spoon, being able to grasp objects, can draw with crayon.
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Name skills that support fine motor skills.
Gripping, Manipulation and Hand-eye coordination.
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What is puberty?
During adolescence, young people experience a physical change which takes place in girls and boys. A hormone stimulates the repoductive organs to begin periods (girls) sex hormones (boys).
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Name a primary sexual characteristic for a girl.
Menstrution begins, Uterus and vagina grow, Ovulation occurs.
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Name a primary sexual characteristic for a boy.
Penis enlarges, Prostate gland produces secretions, Testes enlarge and produce sperm.
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What are Primary Sexual Characteristics?
processes that effect sex organs that are presented at birth and mature when sex hormones are released.
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What are Secondary Sexual Characteristics?
These are not necessery for reproduction. They develop when sex hormones are released.
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Name a secondary sexual characteristic for a girl.
Growth of armpit and pubic hair, Breasts enlarge, Growth spurt, Hips widen.
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Name a secondary sexual characteristic for a boy.
Growth of facial hair, Growth of armpit, leg, chest and pubic hair, increased muscle mass, Growth spurt.
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EXAM Q. Explain the difference between primary and secondary sexual characteristis.
Primary are refered to reproductive organs that are presented at birth. Secondary are not presented in the body before pubity but are physical changes that happen when sex hormones are released.
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Name the stages of play
Solo play, parallel play and co-operative play
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What is solo play?
(0-2 years) Children play alone with toys such as rattles but they are awre that other infancts are present but do not attempt to play with them.
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What is parallel play?
Children are playing along-side other children but do not get invloved with each-others play only thier own. Howveer they may copy each other but not interact.
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What is co-operative play?
Children share toys, talk to each-other, and play together. Children share ideas and resources in the same activity.
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EXAM Q. Eli is 20 months old. Identify suitable toys and resources that could be provided to encourage parallel play alongside his brother Kian, aged 3.
building blocks, sand play, cars and water play.
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