CD Final Exam 2011 Important Milestones From 3 Months To 60 Months

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CD Final Exam 2011  Important Milestones From 3 Months To 60 Months - Quiz


Assessment: Important milestones from 3 months to the end of 60 months (5 years)
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  • 1. 

    Social: By the end of what month the child will be able to understand concepts of "mine" and "his/hers" and spontaneously show affection for familiar playmates.

    Explanation
    By the age of 36 months, children typically develop a sense of ownership and begin to understand the concepts of "mine" and "his/hers." They also start to show spontaneous affection towards familiar playmates. This is a normal part of social development in children.

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  • 2. 

    Social: By the end of what month child likes to sing, dance, and act and wants to be like her friends.

    Explanation
    The given question is incomplete and not readable. It is not clear what is being asked or what information is being provided. Therefore, it is not possible to generate an explanation for the given answer.

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  • 3. 

    Language: By the end of what month (s) will the child speak in sentences of five to six words and speaks clearly enough for strangers to understand.

  • 4. 

    oDevelopmental Health Watch: By the end of what month (s) the child does not roll over in either direction (front to back or back to front) by 5 months and does not bear weight on legs by 7 months.

    Explanation
    By the end of 7 months, a child should be able to roll over in either direction (front to back or back to front) and bear weight on their legs. If a child does not reach these milestones by this age, it may be a sign of developmental delay or a potential health concern.

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  • 5. 

    Movement:  By the end of what month (s) the child gets from sitting position to stomach position and walks holding on to furniture.  

    Explanation
    By the end of the twelfth month, the child is able to transition from a sitting position to a stomach position and is also able to walk while holding on to furniture. This indicates that the child has reached an important developmental milestone in terms of their motor skills and coordination.

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  • 6. 

    Cognitive: By the end of what month (s) the child  understands the concepts of "same" and "different" and understands the concept of counting and may know a few numbers. 

  • 7. 

    Social and Emotional:  By the end of what month (s) the child enjoys social play and responds to other people's expressions of emotion and appears joyful often.

    Explanation
    By the end of the seventh month, the child's social and emotional development has progressed to the point where they enjoy social play and respond to other people's expressions of emotion. They also appear joyful often, indicating a positive emotional state.

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  • 8. 

    Developmental Health Watch: By the end of what month (s) child cannot grasp a crayon between thumb and fingers and does not uses sentences of more than three words. 

    Explanation
    By the end of 48 months, a child should be able to grasp a crayon between their thumb and fingers, and should also be able to use sentences of more than three words. This indicates that the child has developed fine motor skills and language skills, which are important milestones in their developmental health.

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  • 9. 

    Cognitive: By the end of what month (s) the child correctly names at least four colors and  knows about things used every day in the home (money, food, appliances).

    Explanation
    The child is expected to correctly name at least four colors and have knowledge about things used every day in the home (money, food, appliances) by the end of the 60th month.

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  • 10. 

    Movement: By the end of what month (s) the child raises head and chest when lying on stomach and pushes down on legs when feet are placed on a firm surface.

    Explanation
    By the end of the third month, a child typically develops the ability to raise their head and chest when lying on their stomach. They also start pushing down on their legs when their feet are placed on a firm surface. This is an important milestone in their motor development as it demonstrates increased strength in their neck and core muscles.

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  • 11. 

    Language: By the end of what month(s)  child uses simple gestures, such as shaking head for "no" and says "dada and mama"

    Explanation
    By the end of the 12th month, a child typically starts using simple gestures such as shaking their head to indicate "no" and begins saying "dada and mama." This milestone is a common developmental stage for babies around this age, as they begin to understand and communicate basic needs and wants through both non-verbal and verbal cues.

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  • 12. 

    Language: By the end of what month (s) child will recognize names of familar people, objects, and body parts and says sseveral single words (by 15 to 18 months)

    Explanation
    By the end of 24 months, a child will recognize names of familiar people, objects, and body parts and will be able to say several single words. This indicates that the child's language development is progressing and they are able to understand and communicate using basic vocabulary.

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  • 13. 

    Hand and Finger Skills:  By the end of what month (s) child can make up and down, side to side, and circular lines with pencil or crayon and build a tower of more than six blocks

    Explanation
    By the end of 36 months, a child should have developed hand and finger skills to be able to make up and down, side to side, and circular lines with a pencil or crayon. They should also be able to build a tower of more than six blocks.

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  • 14. 

    Social: By the end of what month (s) child is increasingly inventive in fantasy play and more independent.

    Explanation
    By the end of 48 months, a child is increasingly inventive in fantasy play and more independent. This means that at this age, children are able to use their imagination more creatively during playtime and are becoming more self-reliant and autonomous in their actions and decisions.

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  • 15. 

    Movement: By the end of what month (s) child stands on one foot for 10 seconds or longer, swings, climbs, and may be able to skip.

    Explanation
    By the end of the 60th month, a child should be able to stand on one foot for 10 seconds or longer, swing, climb, and possibly skip. This indicates that the child has developed sufficient balance, coordination, and strength in their muscles to perform these activities.

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  • 16. 

    Hearing and Speech: By the end of what month (s) child smiles at the sound of your voice, begins to imitate some sounds, and turns head toward direction of sound

    Explanation
    By the end of the third month, a child typically reaches important milestones related to hearing and speech development. They start smiling at the sound of familiar voices, imitating some sounds, and turning their head towards the direction of sound. These behaviors indicate that the child is beginning to recognize and respond to auditory stimuli, as well as showing early signs of language development.

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  • 17. 

    Developmental Health Watch: By the end of what month (s) child cannot stand when supported and says no single words like "mama" or "dada"

    Explanation
    By the end of the 12th month, a child should be able to stand when supported and say single words like "mama" or "dada". This indicates normal developmental progress in terms of physical and language skills.

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  • 18. 

    Cognitive:  By the end of what month (s) child begins to use objects correctly (drinking from cup, brushing hair, and dialing, speaking, and listening on phone.

    Explanation
    By the end of the twelfth month, a child begins to use objects correctly, such as drinking from a cup, brushing their hair, and dialing, speaking, and listening on a phone. This indicates that the child has developed cognitive abilities and motor skills necessary to perform these tasks accurately.

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  • 19. 

    Movement: By the end of what month child and support whole weight on legs and tranfers object form hand to hand

  • 20. 

    Developmental Health Watch: By the end of what month child does not smile at people by 3 months and does not seem to respond to loud noises

    Explanation
    By the end of the third month, a child should be able to smile at people and respond to loud noises. If a child does not display these behaviors by this age, it may indicate a developmental delay or potential health concern.

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  • 21. 

    Which of the following activities is an example of gross motor skill?

    • A.

      Reading

    • B.

      Running

    • C.

      Drawing

    • D.

      Writing

    Correct Answer
    B. Running
    Explanation
    Running is an example of a gross motor skill because it involves the use of large muscle groups and the coordination of the whole body. It requires the ability to balance, coordinate movements, and generate power. Reading, drawing, and writing, on the other hand, are examples of fine motor skills as they involve the use of smaller muscles and more precise movements.

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  • 22. 

    Which of the following activities is an example of social skill?

    • A.

      Drawing

    • B.

      Eating

    • C.

      Counting from one to ten

    • D.

      Cooperation

    Correct Answer
    D. Cooperation
    Explanation
    Cooperation is an example of a social skill because it involves working together with others towards a common goal. It requires communication, empathy, and the ability to understand and respect the perspectives and needs of others. Cooperation also involves problem-solving, compromise, and the ability to manage conflicts effectively. It is an important skill in building and maintaining positive relationships with others in various social settings, such as school, work, and personal relationships.

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following activities is an example of cognitive/intelligence skill?

    • A.

      Problem-solving

    • B.

      Throwing ball

    • C.

      Sharing

    • D.

      Dressing

    Correct Answer
    A. Problem-solving
    Explanation
    Problem-solving is an example of a cognitive/intelligence skill because it involves using mental processes to identify, analyze, and solve problems. It requires critical thinking, logical reasoning, and the ability to apply knowledge and skills to find solutions. Problem-solving also involves creativity and the ability to think outside the box to come up with innovative solutions. It is a complex cognitive process that requires higher-order thinking skills and is often associated with intelligence and cognitive abilities.

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  • 24. 

    Which of the following activities is an example of small motor skill?

    • A.

      Climbing

    • B.

      Drawing with pencil or crayon

    • C.

      Play acting

    • D.

      Stacking blocks

    Correct Answer
    B. Drawing with pencil or crayon
    Explanation
    Drawing with a pencil or crayon is an example of a small motor skill because it requires precise control and coordination of the muscles in the hand and fingers. This activity involves using fine motor skills to manipulate the pencil or crayon and make small, controlled movements to create shapes and lines on paper. Climbing, play acting, and stacking blocks, on the other hand, primarily involve gross motor skills which require larger muscle groups and movements.

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