In written form.
Kept in a file labeled "Emergency Procedures".
In both written & pictorial form, posted near the exits.
In pictorial form.
Out of the reach of children.
In an easily accessible location, clearly marked, and out of the reach of children.
In a restroom.
In a drawer far from where children will play.
Children need to keep hands clean.
It keeps germs from spreading.
It is a positive social skill.
It is the law.
Saltine crackers & Milk.
Orange juice and carrot sticks.
Oatmeal cookies & milk.
Apple slices & low fat (or 2%) milk
1 right answer.
No right or wrong answer.
A commonly repeated answer.
The number of children in the group.
The developmental needs of the children who are present.
All of these.
Cold water, bar soap & paper towels.
Hot water, liquid soap, & a cloth towel.
Warm water, liquid soap & paper towels.
Water & paper towels.
It promotes their positive self-concept.
It helps maintain good health.
A and B.
None of the above.
Saying "Good Morning".
Ignoring a child's actions.
Moving away from a child.
Insist that children finish all food on their plates.
Not offer any dessert until all their food is finished.
Only offer dessert to the children who remained quiet at the table while eating.
None of the above.
Lower expectations for these children's achievements in the classroom.
Cooperate with school administrators and public officials to provide such assistance as a free lunch program and/or some academic assistance.
Counsel parents on ways to economize with their limited financial resources.
Provide the best possible instruction without any need for intervention or public assistance.
Keep the quiet & noisy activities together.
Put related activities near each other.
Provide a large, open area in the center of the room.
Arrange the furniture all along the walls.
Lower academic performance.
Social skills deficits.
Making large efforts to make friends.
An Alphabet puzzle.
Play Doh & cookie cutters.
A piece of paper & crayons.
In sealed containers.
On low, open shelves.
On high shelves the children cannot reach.
In a storage cabinet only used by the Educators.
Lasts only a short time.
Gets the children actively involved.
Permits children to leave, if they wish.
All of the above.
It gives them time to clean up their toys.
It provides them time to finish an activity.
It helps quickly get their attention.
It is a signal to come to the next activity right away.
Communication (Language Development)
Shout at them.
Get down to the child's eye level.
Whisper softly to the child.
Skip with the child around the classroom.
Kicking a ball.
Carrying a book.
Drawing a picture.
Reading a story.
Awareness of narrative (story) structure.
Written language skills.
Fine motor skills.
Writing down the incident in the child's file.
Making eye contact with the child's parent/caregiver.
Following the school's protocol as a Mandated Reporter.
Request a referral for a Child Psychologist.