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Ok I have 100 questions total but I will be sending them 20

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Ok I have 100 questions total but I will be sending them 20 questions at a time and for each 20 questions you have 24 hours to complete them its from the book Sorte, J., Daeschel, I., Amador, C. (2014). Nutrition, health, and safety for young children: Promoting
wellness (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Educatio
The first 20 questions is from chapter 1 and 21.In addition to providing key evidence-based diet recommendations, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 also includes a focus on which of the following?A. Emotional stability
B. Vitamin supplements
C. Specific dietary needs of young children
D. Sleep2. Children become overweight or obese because they consume too:
A. much energy from foods.
B. many carbohydrates.
C. many snacks.
D. many phytochemicals.
3. Children ages 5 to 8 years learn best when:
A. describing ideas.
B. discovering knowledge through abstract experiences.
C. exploring ideas in real and tangible ways.
D. comparing and contrasting past experiences.
4. Duane lives in a home with domestic violence and attends a poor quality early childhood program. From ecological theory, which environmental system does this represent?
A. Exosystem
B. Macrosystem
C. Microsystem
D. Mesosystem
5.Sleep apnea is related to which of the following?
A. Iron deficiency
B. Obesity
C. Rickets
D. Undernutrition
6.Which of the following organizes 600 objectives within 42 topic areas and 28 health indicator focus areas to improve the quality and increase the number of years of healthy life and eliminate health disparities?
A. The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010
B. The National Health and Safety Performance Standards for Child Care
C. Healthy People 2020
D. The Healthy Childcare America Initiative
7.Hands-on experiential activities:
A. provide opportunity for children to experience, internalize, and understand all manner of lessons that would not otherwise be available to them.
B. distract from teacher observations.
C. slow the pace of learning.
D. rely on teacher reinforcement.
8. Which of the following is the best hands-on lesson to teach about healthy foods?
A. Showing a picture of a fruit salad to show a healthful snack.
B. Preparing a fruit salad recipe.
C. Creating a chart of healthy foods at whole group time.
D. Sorting healthy and not healthy food pictures.
9. How do the healthful benefits of one factor of nutrition, health, or safety affect the outcomes in the others?
A. Nutrition, health, and safety are closely aligned and interrelated.
B. Physical health has a greater effect on social, emotional, and physical development.
C. Nutrition affects health more than safety.
D. They are separate factors with unique consequences.
10. Which of the following is NOT one of the key indicators for well-being cited in your text?
A. Health Insurance Coverage
B. Asthma and food allergies
C. Oral Health
D. Access to a medical home
11. Optimal nutrition includes all of the following EXCEPT:
A. a diet rich in essential nutrients such as proteins and important vitamins and minerals..
B. eating the right combination of energy- or calorie-providing nutrients.
C. phytochemicals.
D. limited amounts of antioxidants.
12, An iron deficiency impacts learning by doing all of the following EXCEPT:
A. causing increased sleepiness and problems with memory.
B. impacting concentration.
C. contributing to absences at school.
D. eliminating the risk for lead poisoning
13, When can diet influence gene functions, creating a positive or negative impact on health?
A. Anytime after prenatal development
B. During pregnancy and prenatal development, early childhood, puberty, and old age
C. During prenatal development
D. It is unknown exactly when
14. During which stage of Piaget’s development should a teacher with a purposeful teaching plan introduce healthful routines?
A. Sensorimotor
B. Preoperational
C. Formal operations
D. Concrete operations
15,Purposeful teaching recognizes that learning:
A. involves making a commitment to use evidence-based approaches.
B. happens when specific concepts are exclusively assigned to certain centers.
C. evolves through teacher-directed learning activities.
D. does not need to be planned.
16. Which of the following is the supplemental food program formally kno
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

I can help with these questions. However, I have a couple of questions before I can start completing this assignment. Were you planning on sending 5 postings of 20 questions each or sending all of them under one posting? Also, for the first set I only see 16 questions.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Its 100 question assignment I will send them in increment's of 20 so its easier and not confusing I will send 16 through 20
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

Thanks for your response. the offered fee is bit low for the requirements of the assignment, to take on the assignment require an additional $60. I can send you the offer and once accepted I can start working on answering your questions. Otherwise, I can opt out to allow others experts consider your current offer for the assignment.

Best Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Ok I can pay 60 for 100 question can I just add it as your tip
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Yes, you can. Please send the rest of the questions for the first set of 20 questions.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
16.Which of the following is the supplemental food program formally known as the Food Stamp Program?
A. SNAP
B. WIC
C. USDA
D. Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act
17.Which of the following in NOT true about the MyPlate system?A. It is the new symbol to help Americans visually understand how much of
each of the five food groups should make up their meals.
B. It is a food guidance system to help families and teachers understand
what to feed children.
C. It was developed by the USDA.
D. It requires a significant amount of training to use.
18.Process-oriented activities:
A. allow children to participate without the stress of achieving a preconceived product.
B. encourage children to explore wellness concepts in step-by-step format.
C. provide structure to the teaching of wellness concepts.
D. require activity outlines and guides.
19.Micronutrients:
A. are not essential for children to thrive.
B. include fats and carbohydrates.
C. provide energy and calories.
D. provide essential nutrients.
20.A teacher taking advantage of an incidental learning opportunity might do which of the following?
A. Plan a lesson on how to cover coughs when it is flu and cold season.
B. Include children’s favorite foods in a lesson on healthy snacks.
C. Discuss the foods that pets eat to keep healthy when the children notice a dog outside.
D. Plan a unit on pets and pet food after a student gets a new pet.
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

I will post your answers by Friday.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
I will need them by 8 tomorrow night you have 24 hours to complete each set of 20 questions
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

So sorry will do. I will post them on time.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Ok thank you
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

No problem

Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

Attached is the link containing your first set of answers. I look forward for the results and your next set of answers.

Regards,

Kathy

https://app.box.com/s/ghx2uqn36c7czy8htjv1z1ebdyx0bcnl

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Hi I only got an 85 on the last assignment for the next questoins do you want 20 or would it be easier for you to do 40 at a time?
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

20 is fine. Do you have an opportunity to retake the test or no?

Thanks

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
No I can't retake the test these questions are from chapter 9 and 11
1. How many households had at least one child with a special health care need in 2005–2006?
A. Nearly 5%
B. Nearly 14%
C. Nearly 22%
D. Nearly 35%
2. Which of the following is NOT an aspect of health screenings and assessments?
A. Collecting and reviewing children’s immunization records
B. Reviewing health histories for risk factors and dietary habits
C. Health fair or special health screening events where a child’s hearing and vision are checked
D. IQ tests to measure cognitive skills
3.Which of the following ensures that children with disabling conditions are able to participate in and be supported to progress in general education?
A. ADA
B. IDEA
C. IEP
D. IFSP
4. The most common side effects of vaccines occur within a few hours after the vaccine and include:
A. pain, swelling, and redness at the site of the injection.
B. fatigue, muscle pain, and loss of appetite.
C. fever and malaise.
D. weakness, wheezing, and hives.
5. The association between the presence of thimerosal in vaccines and autism is:
A. not clearly supported.
B. clearly supported.
C. documented through health histories.
D. research validated.
6. Which of the following statements best describes a recommended teaching approach for teaching children about a peer’s medical condition?
A. Teachers must not teach children about medical conditions without obtaining special permission from parents.
B. Teachers must not give information about medical conditions because children are not old enough to understand and it will cause fear.
C. Educating classmates about children’s special health care needs requires a teacher’s special attention to developmentally age-appropriate messages.
D. It is best to educate children about medical conditions when the child with the medical condition is not present.
7.Early symptoms of asthma first exhibited in infancy are which of the following?
A. Developmental delay
B. Hyperactivity
C. Frequent infections and chronic cough
D. Frequent allergies and sleeplessness
8.Ongoing assessments include:
A. vision screenings.
B. reviewing the health history.
C. daily health checks.
D. immunization status.
9.One of the goals of Healthy People 2020 is to:
A. provide all children access to a public education.
B. ensure that schools have one school nurse for every 750 students.
C. provide special needs health care in all schools.
D. ensure that all children have dental care through the schools.
10.Mothers who contract rubella during pregnancy are at risk for having a baby with:
A. heart defects.
B. low birth weight.
C. hearing loss.
D. visual impairments.
11.An assessment that reviews and considers many factors that influence children’s health is called a(n):
A. health evaluation.
B. qualitative study.
C. health plan.
D. anecdotal observation.
12.A teacher might ask a parent, “Does the child tend to take risks?” to gather information for:
A. mental and emotional histories.
B. supervision and safety plans.
C. developmental growth assessments.
D. nutritional screenings.
13.Which of the following is true about daily health checks?
A. They do not involve the parents.
B. They can be used to track the spread of diseases.
C. They require the teacher to spend at least ten minutes checking each child.
D. They are not necessary, except during flu season.
14.Common health care problems related to the immune system include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. muscular dystrophy.
B. dental caries.
C. eczema.
D. allergies.
15.Many children with special health care needs are presented with functional limitations which means:
A. they have limited capability to participate in the activities of daily living.
B. their intervention requires extensive treatment not available in school programs.
C. despite their limitations, they still fall within the functional range of growth and development.
D. positive functional status is rarely dependent on services from a special education service.
16. Which of the following plans is for children ages 0–3 and is intended to support and provide services that are targeted to improving the child’s developmental progress?
A. Individualized Education Program (IEP)
B. Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
C. Individualized Health Plan (IHP)
D. Individuals with Disabilities Plan (IDP)
17.Which of the following plans is for children in the school setting ages 3–21 who need special education services due to cognitive, motor, social, and communication impairments?
A. Individualized Education Program (IEP)
B. Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
C. Individualized Health Plan (IHP)
D. Individuals with Disabilities Plan (IDP)
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
18.Children with special health care needs are those who have:
A. or are at risk for a chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional condition.
B. a diagnosed health risk that impairs two or more domains of development.
C. a diagnosed health risk that prevents them from achieving functional status.
D. a health risk that forces exclusion from programs and school classrooms.
19.When discussing children with a special need such as diabetes, which of the following is most appropriate?
A. Diabetic children
B. Children with diabetes
C. Special needs children
D. Special needs children with diabetes
20.The use of Body Mass Index charts to measure body fat is recommended for children beginning at:
A. age 12.
B. age 6.
C. age 2.
D. birth.
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Thanks I will post your answers by tomorrow evening as requested.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Ok thank you so much :)
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

No problem

Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

Below is the link containing your answers. I hope they help you.

Regards,

Kathy

https://app.box.com/s/0z5fpjcr8kopsrdca10iba6m1gtw07cx

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Ok this set of questions are from chapter 13 and 14 and this set has 40 questions
1.Children who are infected with Hepatitis A and can transmit the disease without developing symptoms, are called:
A. donors.
B. contaminants.
C. hosts.
D. carriers.
2.Blood-borne infections that may be found in childcare settings include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. tuberculosis.
B. HIV.
C. Hepatitis B.
D. Hepatitis C.
3.Which of the following is true about transmitting head lice?
A. Sharing hats poses more risk than coming in direct contact with the hair of the infected person.
B. Sharing hats poses less risk than coming in direct contact with the hair of the infected person.
C. Sharing hats poses about the same risk as coming in contact with the hair of the infected person.
D. The only risk is through direct contact with the hair of the infected person.
4. Each of the following is true about tetanus EXCEPT:
A. the tetanus bacteria form spores that are deposited in soil and cannot survive more than a few months.
B. bacteria usually enter the body through a puncture wound.
C. teachers need tetanus boosters to maintain their own immunity.
D. the bacteria is commonly found in the gut of farm animals
5.Recognition of symptoms of disease helps teachers:
A. diagnose disease.
B. offer recommendations for treatment.
C. plan management strategies in the classroom to stop the spread of disease.
D. carefully monitor some children more than others.
6. Children under age 6 can become carriers of which disease without developing any symptoms?
A. Hepatitis A
B. Influenza
C. Rotavirus
D. Tetanus
7. Each of the following statements is true regarding incubation periods EXCEPT:
A. there is great variability of incubation periods.
B. the period of contagiousness matches the incubation period.
C. the time between the child’s first exposure to an infectious agent and when the first symptom of illness appears is called the incubation period.
D. the incubation period helps teachers know how long to watch for the spread of the disease.
8.Infectious diseases are caused by:
A. viruses.
B. spores.
C. germs.
D. parasites.
9.Which of the following should be avoided when treating chicken pox in infants and children?
A. Aspirin
B. Acetaminophen
C. Over-the-counter antihistamine
D. Ibuprofen
10. If a teacher is asked to administer complementary and alternative medicine to children such as herbal supplements for common colds, he/she should:
A. refuse to administer the medicine before checking with a doctor.
B. encourage the parents to administer the medicine at home only.
C. use the proper procedure for administration of medicines.
D. encourage a different treatment.
11. Eighty-nine percent of illnesses among children in child care settings are attributed to which of the following?
A. Respiratory tract illnesses
B. Skin infections
C. Acute infectious diarrhea
D. Intestinal infections
12. Which of the following infections are NOT dangerous to the fetus of a mother exposed to them?
A. Chickenpox
B. Athlete’s foot
C. Coxsackie virus
D. Fifth disease
13. Which of the following diseases may be 4 to 6 times greater in children who are adopted internationally as opposed to children born in the United States?
A. Viral hepatitis
B. Tuberculosis
C. Intestinal infections
D. HIV
14. Chicken pox is an example of a(n):
A. infectious disease caused by a parasite.
B. respiratory infection characterized by an itchy skin rash.
C. skin infection/contagious rash that has an incubation period longer than 30 days.
D. infectious disease causing severe vomiting.
15.Which of the following is true of children who are adopted internationally?
A. They are not required to have documentation showing basic immunizations.
B. They must have a medical examination in their country of origin before coming to the United States.
C. They must have a medical examination in the United States within 72 hours of arriving.
D. They are not required to have a medical examination before entrance into preschool.
16.Each of the following statements is true about common colds EXCEPT:
A. the best way to interrupt the cycle of infection is to wash hands frequently.
B. some cold viruses can survive on contaminated objects for up to one day.
C. children should be encouraged to cough into their hands rather than the air.
D. children younger than age 6 experience between six to eight colds a year.
17.Children should be excluded from school if they have:
A. head lice.
B. ringworm.
C. pertussis.
D. HIV.
18. Keeping skin cuts and scrapes clean and dry is more likely to prevent:
A.
MRSA—methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.B. hepatitis B.
C. hepatitis C.
D. HIV.
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
19.Which of the following is NOT true of Vitamin D?
A. Supplemental Vitamin D should be added to a child’s diet by the age of 7.
B. Over 90% of Vitamin D is produced by exposure to the sun.
C. It is common for children to have a Vitamin D deficiency
D. Low levels of Vitamin D are associated with a higher risk of respiratory infections.
20.Of the three most common groups of childhood infections, which of the following is NOT a symptom?
A. Diarrhea
B. Muscle spasms
C. Vomiting
D. Skin infections or rashes
21.All states and the District of Columbia are required to monitor child care in which of the following ways?
A. Creating safety standards for child care centers.
B. Establishing standards for child care including monitoring and enforcement.
C. Setting standards that are the same nationwide for all programs that serve young children.
D. Providing guidance for day camps and in-home child care.
22. Inviting children and families to the center prior to the child attending is a good practice because:
A. teachers can judge whether the child is going to be a safety problem and be prepared.
B. teachers can introduce classroom safety practices.
C. teachers can assure families that the teachers have sole responsibility for safety in the classroom.
D. teachers can determine whether families practice safety rules at home.
23.Spaces used to provide care and education for young children need to be accessible to children with special developmental needs as described in the requirements of:
A. IDEA.
B. GSA.
C. NAEYC.
D. ADA.
24.All of the following are important for ensuring children’s daily safety EXCEPT:
A. reviewing the environment for safety every day.
B. implementing a predictable schedule.
C. managing unanticipated events.
D. increasing the number of transitions and planning fewer blocks of playtime.
25. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a reminder of the important contribution teachers make because it emphasizes the:
A. need to address children’s cultural practices.
B. building blocks of social and emotional development in early childhood.
C. importance of modeling desired behaviors.
D. essential role of physical and emotional safety in the classroom to promote children’s well-being.
26. Which of the following is a recommended safety guidance strategy to take with an infant who is grabbing?
A. Remove him/her to a crib to distract from grabbing.
B. Introduce him/her to gentle touching.
C. Remove what is being grabbed.
D. Say “no” sternly.
27. Stricter standards designed to increase the quality and safety of children’s settings have the potential to push some children into settings that are less safe because:
A. implementing more rigorous safety standards carries more hidden costs.
B. children are tempted to engage in more risky situations when more rigorous safety standards are in place.
C. parents don’t support more rigorous safety standards.
D. child care centers will not be able to follow more rigorous safety standards.
28. Which of the following statements is FALSE?
A. Unintentional injuries can result in a potentially disabling outcome.
B. Unintentional injuries include accidents associated with learning new
skills (falling when you learn to walk).
C. Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death in early childhood.
D. Unintentional injuries are over-reported because children are so vulnerable.
29. Where are more bus fatalities likely to occur?
A. The danger zone immediately surrounding the bus
B. In the street when crossing
C. At the site of the collision
D. Inside the bus from overturns
30. A teacher should do which of the following if a parent involved in a custody battle with the other custodial parent asks the teacher to restrict access to the child?
A. Avoid being drawn into family disagreements and explain that the school setting is a safe and neutral area for the child.
B. Take each situation individually and determine which parent is more stable.
C. Develop a relationship with external professionals involved in the matter and listen to their advice.
D. Record their request in writing before following through with their request.
31. Where do most reported injuries to young children occur?
A. Child’s home
B. Child care centers
C. Public schools
D. Parks
32. The leading cause of death due to injury for children under the age of 9 is:
A. motor vehicle and traffic accidents.
B. drowning.
C. suffocation.
D. burns.
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
33. If a child is absent without notification what is the recommended teacher approach?
A. Call the family to ask about the reason for the absence.
B. Wait to see if the child is absent more than one day, then contact the family.
C. Inform the director to record the absence.
D. When the child returns remind the family that you prefer notifications in the future.
34. Which of the following statements is true about daily schedules designed as an important safety procedure in child care?
A. Daily schedules should become more individualized as children become older.
B. Daily schedules should be designed for the larger group in the infant room.
C. Daily schedules should discourage children from being self-directed.
D. Once children learn the routine of the daily schedule they are able to be more self-directed.
35.According to NAEYC, classroom square footage should be:
A. 75 square feet per child.
B. 50 square feet per child.
C. 25 square feet per child.
D. 35 square feet per child.
36. Dividing the children’s play area into zones is helpful during outside
playtime that is:A. supervised by more than one teacher.
B. supervised by only one teacher.
C. comprised of mixed age groups.
D. unsupervised.
37. If two teachers are working together to provide consistent supervision of a class of 16 – 18 children, those children are probably:
A. infants.
B. toddlers.
C. preschoolers.
D. school-age.
38. The leading cause of death of children under the age of one year is
A. SIDS.
B. falls.
C. burns.
D. drowning.
39. What is the earliest age a child can be out of sound supervision for short periods of time according to NAEYC?
A. Infants
B. Toddlers
C. Preschoolers
D. School age
40. A teacher who helps a toddler place shape blocks into a puzzle and periodically looks up to scan the remainder of the room, make eye contact, and smile at other children who are playing is likely doing which of the following?
A. Maintaining attention for safe supervision between the individual and the group
B. Failing to position herself/himself appropriately
C. Attending to the needs of the individual but not the group
D. Relying on another adult in the classroom to maintain safe supervision
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
chapter 10 also sorry forgot to put it at the beginning
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Thanks

Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

Below are your answers. I hope they help you.

Regards,

Kathy

https://app.box.com/s/ykfjib5sw8mu65ilqpgkdv0ki3gpuqz2
https://app.box.com/s/7h5k30kgayh7u81447s8x9jn6nm7xbni

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Hi I got a bad grade on these answers I only got a C which is not very good.
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

Dear Customer,

Not such good news., but some of the questions were kind of stated in a confusing manner. As I previously mentioned, the access to the book is limited. If you decide to send the last 20 questions, as I already answered the previous 80 questions, please attach the textbook chapters related to the questions. I also understand if you decide not to send them.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Hi Kathy I'm sorry it has been awhile I had a family matter that happened I will be sending you my other 20 questions tommorow night though and after those I will rate you and give you that 20 dollar tip :)
Expert:  Kathy replied 1 month ago.

No problem. I will be around tomorrow evening. I hope everything is okay now.

Regards,

Kathy

Customer: replied 8 days ago.
Hi Kathy I am ready to send my next set of questions now if you are ready these questions are from the book Creative Thinking and Arts-Based Learning preschool through Fourth Grade Joan Packer Isenberg and Mary Renck Jalongo sixth edition
Expert:  Kathy replied 8 days ago.
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