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1. A childs development is affected most by the

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1. A child's development is affected most by the

   A. financial status of the child's family.
    B. social status of the child's family.
    C. type of preschool the child attends.
    D. quality of parenting and care the child receives from adults.
       
     
2. In the years ahead, the need for child care is expected to

   A. continue increasing but at a slower rate.
    B. increase rapidly.
    C. decrease slowly.
    D. stay the same.
       
     
3. Which of these is considered a benefit of a quality child care program?

   A. The child learns to get along with adults and children outside of the nuclear family.
    B. The child develops a closer relationship with the mother.
    C. The child becomes more attached to the outside caregiver than to the immediate family.
    D. The child becomes more dependent on adults outside of the family.
       
     
4. Two forces that greatly altered child care in the United States in the nineteenth century were the

   A. Great Depression and the Lanham Act.
    B. founding of Montessori and the formation of the National Association for Nursery Education.
    C. large flow of immigrants and the rise of industrialization.
    D. work of Bank Street College and the Merrill Palmer Institute.
       
     
5. Two important activities will help to form your child care program design. One activity is studying your program materials and the other is

   A. babysitting friends' or relatives' children.
    B. observing child care facilities.
    C. reading additional books on child care.
    D. volunteering to help with kindergarten classes.
       
     
6. Which one of the following types of child care is most closely regulated by state and county government?

   A. In-home care
    B. Home visitor care
    C. Family day care
    D. Day care center
       
     
7. Which one of the following types of child care does not occur in a home setting with home activities?

   A. In-home care
    B. Home visitor care
    C. Family day care
    D. Day care center
       
     
8. ______ allows you to earn money while caring for your own children.

   A. In-home care
    B. Home visitor care
    C. Family day care
    D. A day care center
       
     
9. Which of your responsibilities as a caregiver depends largely on where you live?

   A. Meeting licensing requirements
    B. Meeting children's needs
    C. Managing staff
    D. Communicating with parents
       
     
10. An orientation session in a day care center is one in which a new family

   A. briefs the staff on the latest child care methods.
    B. is made familiar with the center.
    C. answers questions concerning their experiences.
    D. explains their program philosophy.
       
     
11. Workloads in a child care facility should be

   A. heavier for new employees.
    B. heavier for older employees.
    C. related to the salary paid.
    D. distributed as evenly as possible.
       
     
12. Under day care licensing, the staff-to-children ratio varies according to the ______ of the children cared for.

   A. age
    B. previous training
    C. intelligence
    D. coordination
       
     
13. Family day care accounts for ______ of the full-time child care given outside of a child's family.

   A. 15 percent
    B. 20 percent
    C. almost 25 percent
    D. over 80 percent
       
     
14. A day care curriculum refers to the

   A. hours the facility is open.
    B. activities planned for the children.
    C. supervision of staff.
    D. place where day care takes place.
       
     
15. Which one of the following would require the most frequent verbal or written communications with parents?

   A. An explanation of the facility's program
    B. Referral to special services
    C. An explanation of the facility's goals
    D. Achievements of and changes in a child
       
     
16. As a caregiver, being a good neighbor means

   A. cleaning up litter in the neighbor's yard.
    B. caring for your neighbor's child.
    C. keeping your facility in good condition.
    D. loaning things to your neighbor.
       
     
17. Planning an annual budget is an important requirement for

   A. meeting licensing requirements.
    B. being financially sound.
    C. providing a safe and healthy environment.
    D. managing staff.
       
     
18. Which one of the following activities is not directly connected with providing a safe and healthy environment?

   A. Recording day-to-day achievements of each child
    B. Providing a staffed arrival and departure area
    C. Washing hands after diapering children
    D. Recording health evaluations of each child
       
     
19. Which one of the following would be considered primarily a large-muscle activity?

   A. Putting a puzzle together
    B. Dressing a doll
    C. Dialing a toy telephone
    D. Riding a rocking horse
       
     
20. Dorothy decides that she would like to open and operate a day care facility in her neighborhood. As a result of questions and surveys, she determines a day care center is just what her town should have. She and her husband figure what it will cost to start and keep the center going. She then decides on activities, and finds and trains several assistants. What important step has Dorothy overlooked?

   A. Determining the need for a center
    B. Determining and complying with licensing requirements
    C. Developing a program
    D. Determining and meeting start-up and maintenance costs
      
Submitted: 8 years ago.
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Expert:  Steve -- a.k.a. Oreport replied 8 years ago.

1. A child's development is affected most by the


A. financial status of the child's family.

B. social status of the child's family.

C. type of preschool the child attends.

D. quality of parenting and care the child receives from adults.




2. In the years ahead, the need for child care is expected to


A. continue increasing but at a slower rate.

B. increase rapidly.

C. decrease slowly.

D. stay the same.




3. Which of these is considered a benefit of a quality child care program?


A. The child learns to get along with adults and children outside of the nuclear family.

B. The child develops a closer relationship with the mother.

C. The child becomes more attached to the outside caregiver than to the immediate family.

D. The child becomes more dependent on adults outside of the family.




4. Two forces that greatly altered child care in the United States in the nineteenth century were the


A. Great Depression and the Lanham Act.

B. founding of Montessori and the formation of the National Association for Nursery Education.

C. large flow of immigrants and the rise of industrialization.

D. work of Bank Street College and the Merrill Palmer Institute.




5. Two important activities will help to form your child care
program design. One activity is studying your program materials and the
other is

A. babysitting friends' or relatives' children.

B. observing child care facilities.

C. reading additional books on child care.

D. volunteering to help with kindergarten classes.




6. Which one of the following types of child care is most closely regulated by state and county government?


A. In-home care

B. Home visitor care

C. Family day care

D. Day care center




7. Which one of the following types of child care does not occur in a home setting with home activities?


A. In-home care

B. Home visitor care

C. Family day care

D. Day care center




8. ______ allows you to earn money while caring for your own children.


A. In-home care

B. Home visitor care

C. Family day care

D. A day care center




9. Which of your responsibilities as a caregiver depends largely on where you live?


A. Meeting licensing requirements

B. Meeting children's needs

C. Managing staff

D. Communicating with parents




10. An orientation session in a day care center is one in which a new family


A. briefs the staff on the latest child care methods.

B. is made familiar with the center.

C. answers questions concerning their experiences.

D. explains their program philosophy.




11. Workloads in a child care facility should be


A. heavier for new employees.

B. heavier for older employees.

C. related to the salary paid.

D. distributed as evenly as possible.




12. Under day care licensing, the staff-to-children ratio varies according to the ______ of the children cared for.


A. age

B. previous training

C. intelligence

D. coordination




13. Family day care accounts for ______ of the full-time child care given outside of a child's family.


A. 15 percent

B. 20 percent

C. almost 25 percent

D. over 80 percent




14. A day care curriculum refers to the


A. hours the facility is open.

B. activities planned for the children.

C. supervision of staff.

D. place where day care takes place.




15. Which one of the following would require the most frequent verbal or written communications with parents?


A. An explanation of the facility's program

B. Referral to special services

C. An explanation of the facility's goals

D. Achievements of and changes in a child




16. As a caregiver, being a good neighbor means


A. cleaning up litter in the neighbor's yard.

B. caring for your neighbor's child.

C. keeping your facility in good condition.

D. loaning things to your neighbor.




17. Planning an annual budget is an important requirement for


A. meeting licensing requirements.

B. being financially sound.

C. providing a safe and healthy environment.

D. managing staff.




18. Which one of the following activities is not directly connected with providing a safe and healthy environment?


A. Recording day-to-day achievements of each child

B. Providing a staffed arrival and departure area

C. Washing hands after diapering children

D. Recording health evaluations of each child




19. Which one of the following would be considered primarily a large-muscle activity?


A. Putting a puzzle together

B. Dressing a doll

C. Dialing a toy telephone

D. Riding a rocking horse




20. Dorothy decides that she would like to open and operate a day
care facility in her neighborhood. As a result of questions and
surveys, she determines a day care center is just what her town should
have. She and her husband figure what it will cost to start and keep
the center going. She then decides on activities, and finds and trains
several assistants. What important step has Dorothy overlooked?

A. Determining the need for a center

B. Determining and complying with licensing requirements

C. Developing a program

D. Determining and meeting start-up and maintenance costs



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