To Chris M. 1.A strategy for health promotion among infants, toddlers, and young children focuses on educational programs, physical fitness, activities and A. family planning B. tobacco, alcohol, and drug use C. nutrition D.mental health and mental disorders. (C) 2. The main goal of effective health education programs for young children is to. A. provide children with the knowledge necessary to eat and exercise properly B.promote critical-thinking skills, behaviors, and attitudes . C. teach children that authority figures are their guides to a healthy lifestyle. D.provide children with good environmental models of healthy lifestyles. (B) 3.One reason early childhood education centers have become increasingly important providers of health education is that A. schools are more sanitary than 70% of home environments. B. younger, healthier teachers and classroom aides have emerged C. physical education programs in nationwide elementary, middle and high schools have declined. D. working parents are spending less time at home with their children. (D) 4. Growth, maturation, and learning are all used interchangeably with the term A. development B. maintenance C. exposure D. regression (A) 5. The interaction between a child’s biological makeup and the environmental influences that affect his or her development and behavior is called the A. balanced systems approach B. ecological system theory C. body in the classroom analysis D. me/them dynamic (B) 6. Alcohol, drugs, radiation, and pollutants that affect a child’s development are called A. teratogens B. toxic inhibitors C. transferal agents D. phenylanines (A) 7. A main source of fat and saturated fatty acids in children’s diets is A. Meat B. Candy C. whole milk D. French fries (C) 8. ______have more than twice as many of calories as do proteins or carbohydrates A. fats B. Salty foods C. soluble D. alkaloids (A) 9. When a child not only throws a ball farther than she had previously, but also changes the way she throws the ball, the change is called A. cumulative B. multifactoral C. quantitative D. qualitative (D) 10. When a child demonstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his teacher checks to see if he has mastered the skills of jumping down from a height and jumping for distance. In doing this, the teacher is A.applying a developmental perspective B. measuring the child’s confidence level C. having a negative effect on the child’s self-esteem D. sequencing motor change 11.Neuron development and elaboration, which occurs between birth age 10, is prompted by (B) A.aural prompts from the family, school, and environment B.physical movement on the part of the child C. intake of food rich in vitamins and minerals D. exposures to different temperatures, surfaces and substances 12. What are the three main factors in a readiness model? A.maturation, learning, and motivation B. height, weight, and age C. physical, logical-mathematical, and social D. linguistic, physiological, and arithmetical (A) 13.Which of the following are the three major types of knowledge indentified by Piaget? A . subjective, objective, and hyperconscious B. mirco, meso, and exo C. physical, logical-mathematical, and social D. linguistic, physiological, and arithmetical (C) 14. A child practices tossing a ball in to a hoop from the same distance each day, what type of knowledge is he using? A. adaptive B. regressive C. hypothetical D. assimilative 15. Children should be physically active_______adults. A. less than B. more than C. twice as much D. the same amount (A) 16. At the sensorimotor level of cognitive development, a child A. can move her arms, legs, and head, but can’t move her body over distance. B. can achieve short burts of speed and strength but can’t sustain them C. depends mostly on visual cues from adults for information about the environment. D. learns through movement by interacting with the environment (D) 17. Encouraging children to eat certain foods their families enjoy around holidays ia an example of A. promoting unscientific, potentially nonnutritious eating habits. B. showing respect for ethnic and cultural differences C. creating barriers between children of different ethnic and religious backgrounds D. fostering dependence on highly processed foodstuffs. (B) 18. Children genetically prescribed tastes in foods are affected by the A. foods they’re exposed to by their culture B. amount of caloric energy they expend in between meals and snacks C. quality of the air they breathe and water the drink D. freshness index of the food provided to them (A) 19. Complete proteins can be found in. A. beans, rice, and nuts B. only beef c. citrus fruits and highly acidic vegetables. D. meat, fish, poultry,eggs,dairy (D) 20. Fats should not account for more than ______ percent of total daily calories. A. 10 B.30 C. 50 D. 75 (B) I would like some help.I did the answers,could someone just check them thanks.