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ECD 135 Ch. 2 Review

Unintentional injury leading cause of death in childhood
Percentage of parents who believe that injuries are random acts of fate or accidents 67 percent
safety policy policy that is developed and directed toward children and staff that promotes safe practices for the child, teachers, and family
multi-use facility childcare sites that are used for other functions
in-home childcare an in-home situation where a nanny comes to the child's home
cephalocaudal development from the top to the bottom; head down to toes
proximodistal development from the trunk outward
gross motor skills physical skills using large body movements such as running, jumbing, climbing
fine motor skills related to small muscles, parcularly of the hand and fingers such as using scissors, holding writing instruments, working puzzles
sensorimotor first stage of cognitive development that utilizes motor abilities and senses
preoperational second stage of cognitive development in which logic is limited
concrete operational third stage of cognitive devleopment in which logical ideas can be applied to concrete or specific situations
Created by: PamMcIntyre