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The Early Childhood Educator for Certificate III Lorraine Walker 2e

Chapter 09 Testbank

Student: ___________________________________________________________________________

  1. Sleeping children should always be within the educator’s:
  2. Sight and hearing
    B. Arm’s length
    C. Hearing only
    D. Sight only
  1. What does the acronym SUDI stand for?
    A. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
    B. Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy
    C. Sudden Universal Death in Infants
    D. Sudden Universal Disorder in Infants
  1. What are the three steps for preparation to change a child’s nappy?
  2. Wash your hands, put disposable gloves on both hands and wash your hands
    B. Put disposable gloves on both hands, place paper on the change table and wash your hands
    C. Wash your hands, place paper on the change table and put disposable gloves on both hands
    D. Wash your hands, place paper on the change table and put disposable gloves on one hand only
  1. Toilet training may not actually occur until a child is what age?
    A. 18 months
    B. 2 years
    C. 2.5 years
    D. 3 years
  1. Which of the following would provide support for a mother to breastfeed?
    A. Providing literature about breastfeeding
    B. Making it comfortable to breastfeed in front of staff
    C. Providing a private place to breastfeed
    D. All the answers are correct
  1. What are the benefits of breast milk?
  2. It contains appropriate nutrients
    B. The sucking action helps the development of the jaw for teeth and speech
    C. It protects against certain diseases
    D. All the answers are correct
  1. At what age can cow’s milk be offered to infants mixed with solids?
    A. At 6 months
    B. At 9 months
    C. At 12 months
    D. After 12 months
  1. A good way to initiate one-on-one interactions with infants and toddlers is to play language games. Which of the following is not a language game?
    A. Peek a boo
    B. Gently bouncing a child on your knee
    C. Reading a story
    D. Asking questions about a story
  1. ‘Children develop understandings of themselves and their world through active, _____________________ investigation.’ (EYLF p. 33)
    A. Sensory
    B. Play
    C. Hands-on
    D. Open-ended
  1. At about 7 to 9 months of age an infant becomes distressed when they see new people. This is known as:
  2. Separation Anxiety
    B. Stranger Anxiety
    C. Insecure Attachment
    D. Secure Attachment
  1. Sensory play is aimed at engaging a child’s:
  2. Sense of sight, touch, sound, taste and smell
    B. Sense of taste and touch
    C. Sense of touch and sight
    D. Sense of sight, touch, sound and smell
  1. Rooms that are very dark and have music playing provide adequate supervision of sleeping children.

True False

  1. Nappy changing and toileting rituals are valuable opportunities to promote children’s learning.
    True False
  1. Responding positively to infants’ and toddlers’ exploratory behaviour will help to develop their self-concept.
    True False
  1. Babies pointing and gesturing is considered part of language development.

True False

  1. What are the general sleep patterns for the following age groups?
  •  1–2 months
  • 3–12 months
  • 1–3 years
  1. The SIDS and Kids Safe Sleeping program outlines safe sleeping practices. Describe in detail one of the four points that apply to education and care services.
  1. Detail the process for warming and feeding breast milk to an infant
  1. There are three techniques that can accompany one-on-one interactions: labelling, narratives and extending. Give a brief description of what they mean and an example of what you could say.
  1. List five sensory experiences for infants and toddlers.

Chapter 09 Testbank Key

  1. Sleeping children should always be within the educator’s:
  2. Sight and hearing
    B. Arm’s length
    C. Hearing only
    D. Sight only

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 1 Promote safe sleep
Difficulty: Medium

  1. What does the acronym SUDI stand for?
    A.Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
    B. Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy
    C. Sudden Universal Death in Infants
    D. Sudden Universal Disorder in Infants

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 1 Promote safe sleep
Difficulty: Easy

  1. What are the three steps for preparation to change a child’s nappy?
  2. Wash your hands, put disposable gloves on both hands and wash your hands
    B. Put disposable gloves on both hands, place paper on the change table and wash your hands
    C. Wash your hands, place paper on the change table and put disposable gloves on both hands
    D. Wash your hands, place paper on the change table and put disposable gloves on one hand only

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 2 Provide positive nappy-changing and toileting experiences
Difficulty: Medium

  1. Toilet training may not actually occur until a child is what age?
    A.18 months
    B. 2 years
    C. 2.5 years
    D. 3 years

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 2 Provide positive nappy-changing and toileting experiences
Difficulty: Easy

  1. Which of the following would provide support for a mother to breastfeed?
    A.Providing literature about breastfeeding
    B. Making it comfortable to breastfeed in front of staff
    C. Providing a private place to breastfeed
    D. All the answers are correct

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 3 Promote quality mealtime environments
Difficulty: Easy

  1. What are the benefits of breast milk?
  2. It contains appropriate nutrients
    B. The sucking action helps the development of the jaw for teeth and speech
    C. It protects against certain diseases
    D. All the answers are correct

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 3 Promote quality mealtime environments
Difficulty: Easy

  1. At what age can cow’s milk be offered to infants mixed with solids?
    A.At 6 months
    B. At 9 months
    C. At 12 months
    D. After 12 months

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 3 Promote quality mealtime environments
Difficulty: Medium

  1. A good way to initiate one-on-one interactions with infants and toddlers is to play language games. Which of the following is not a language game?
    A.Peek a boo
    B. Gently bouncing a child on your knee
    C. Reading a story
    D. Asking questions about a story

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers
Difficulty: Easy

  1. ‘Children develop understandings of themselves and their world through active, _____________________ investigation.’ (EYLF p. 33)
    A.Sensory
    B. Play
    C. Hands-on
    D. Open-ended

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers
Difficulty: Medium

  1. At about 7 to 9 months of age an infant becomes distressed when they see new people. This is known as:
  2. Separation Anxiety
    B. Stranger Anxiety
    C. Insecure Attachment
    D. Secure Attachment

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers
Difficulty: Medium

  1. Sensory play is aimed at engaging a child’s:
  2. Sense of sight, touch, sound, taste and smell
    B. Sense of taste and touch
    C. Sense of touch and sight
    D. Sense of sight, touch, sound and smell

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 4 Create a healthy and safe supporting environment
Difficulty: Medium

  1. Rooms that are very dark and have music playing provide adequate supervision of sleeping children.

FALSE

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 1 Promote safe sleep
Difficulty: Easy

  1. Nappy changing and toileting rituals are valuable opportunities to promote children’s learning.
    TRUE

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 2 Provide positive nappy-changing and toileting experiences
Difficulty: Easy

  1. Responding positively to infants’ and toddlers’ exploratory behaviour will help to develop their self-concept.
    TRUE

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers
Difficulty: Medium

  1. Babies pointing and gesturing is considered part of language development.

TRUE

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers
Difficulty: Easy

  1. What are the general sleep patterns for the following age groups?
  • 1–2 months
  • 3–12 months
  • 1–3 years

Any of the following key words/information should be included in the answer:

  • 1–2 months. Sleep occurs around the clock with the infant waking to be fed or if they are uncomfortable. May sleep between 10 and 18 hours every 24-hour period and be awake intermittingly for periods of one to three hours.
  • 3–12 months. Moves towards sleeping longer periods during the night and towards taking between one and four daytime naps.
  • 1–3 years. Can sleep between 12 and 14 hours every 24-hour period. Daytime naps will gradually decrease to one.

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 1 Promote safe sleep
Difficulty: Medium

  1. The SIDS and Kids Safe Sleeping program outlines safe sleeping practices. Describe in detail one of the four points that apply to education and care services.

In the answer any of the following key words/information should be included:

  • Put babies on their backs to sleep from birth as there is a greater risk of babies dying suddenly if they sleep on their tummies or sides. However, rare medical conditions (which will need to be confirmed by a medical practitioner) may mean that a baby might have to sleep on its tummy or side
  • Ensure babies sleep with their head and face uncovered. Ideally, they should be in a safe baby sleeping bag but if blankets are used then a baby’s feet must be at the bottom of the cot so they do not move under the covers. Soft items such as doonas, duvets, pillows, cot bumpers, lamb’s wool and fluffy toys should not be placed in cots.
  • Avoid exposing babies to tobacco smoke before birth and after, as this increases the risk of SIDS. This includes if an adult smokes outside away from the baby.
  • Babies should sleep in a safe cot and in a safe environment. A safe cot is one that meets the Australian Standards and includes the regulation that the mattress must fit snugly in the cot and states the measurements for the spacing of bars, cot side heights, etc. The mattress must be firm, clean and in good condition and not tilted or elevated and with no plastic packaging. The waterproof mattress protector must be strong and a tight fit. A safe environment is one where all potential dangers (such as dangling cords or string and heaters and electrical appliances) have been removed and the infant is in a safe cot with a safe mattress and bedding. Electric blankets, hot water bottles or wheat bags should not be placed in a cot.
  • The baby should sleep in its own cot or bassinette in the same room as the parents for the first 6-12 months. In addition, babies should never be left unsupervised in bouncinettes, prams or strollers.

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 1 Promote safe sleep
Difficulty: Medium

  1. Detail the process for warming and feeding breast milk to an infant

The answer should include:

  •  The milk should be heated by standing the bottle in warm water
  • The temperature of the milk should always be checked before giving to a baby
  • The milk should not be warmed in the microwave, as often this does not heat the milk evenly and cause burns. Also, microwaving breast milk may destroy some of its natural benefits
  • Leftover breast milk should be discarded. It cannot be saved for later or rewarmed.

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 3 Promote quality mealtime environments
Difficulty: Medium

  1. There are three techniques that can accompany one-on-one interactions: labelling, narratives and extending. Give a brief description of what they mean and an example of what you could say.

In the answer any of the following key words/information should be included:

  • Labelling A child gestures, looks at or makes sounds towards an object or person and an educator labels what they think the child is trying to say or is thinking. For example: ‘Yes, that’s right Daniel. Julia is going to read a story. Let’s go and listen to it as well.’
  •  Narratives This can be in the form of a running commentary about a child’s actions so the child can learn how to associate words with their context. For example: ‘I see that you’re filling your bucket with sand using the new red spade.’ Educator pauses in case the child wants to offer a verbal or non-verbal interaction. (This is one way a child will learn about conversation protocols.) Then the educator adds another comment, such as ‘I can fetch you some water if you want to make the sand wet’ and so on.
  • Extending This will focus on extending what a young child says. For example, a young child says ‘dink’ and you say ‘Do you want a drink, Leo?’

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers
Difficulty: Medium

List five sensory experiences for infants and toddlers.

In the answer any of the following key words/information should be included:

  • Rattles and other objects that make sounds when infants shake or roll them
  • A sensory quilt (a quilt with different textures and colours) for an infant to lie on and later roll and crawl on
  • Finger paints, dough, goop and slime so older infants and toddlers can squish and pound and feel different textures
  • Sensory nature gardens to explore plant textures and smells, and to see rainbows and puddles, to hear the wind rustling leaves
  • Crinkly, shiny, dimpled, bumpy, soft, hard, smooth, rough, sticky papers/balls/floor coverings/sand and water toys
  • Treasure baskets/boxes for heuristic play
  • Bubbles
  • Light tables
  • Colour paddles
  • Mirrors
  • Transparent plastic sensory bags or plastic bottles which are swishy (containing jelly, foam, bubble bath, shampoo and gel, etc), with interesting objects inside for infants to explore but not be able to open or which contain liquids of different colours or which make different sounds when shaken or rolled. Ensure they cannot be opened and supervise at all times
  • ‘Treasures’ (which cannot be swallowed) hidden in a small pile of different coloured and textured fabric pieces or buried in sand
  • Water and mud play

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 4 Create a healthy and safe supporting environment
Difficulty: Easy

Chapter 09 Testbank Summary

Category

# of Questions

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 1 Promote safe sleep

5

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 2 Provide positive nappy-changing and toileting experiences

3

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 3 Promote quality mealtime environments

4

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 4 Create a healthy and safe supporting environment

2

Competency: CHCECE005, Element 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlers

6

Difficulty: Easy

9

Difficulty: Medium

11

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