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vocab child care

study terms for introductory child care

QuestionAnswer
Safe free from hurt, injury, danger, or risk: to arrive safe and sound.
Anticipate to expect; look forward to; be sure of: to anticipate a favorable decision; to think about beforehand
Intellectual possessing or showing intellect or mental capacity, especially to a high degree: the mental faculties.
Attitude manner, disposition, feeling, position, etc., with regard to a person or thing; tendency or orientation, especially of the mind: a negative attitude; group attitudes. "She had a bad attitude and the children could tell."
Imitate to mimic; impersonate: The students imitated the teacher behind her back. to make a copy of; reproduce closely.
Model or Modeling a standard or example for imitation or comparison; a representation
emotional having to do with expressing feelings
social how we interact with others
physical how the muscles grow and develop
moral learning right from wrong
punishment a negative influence inflicted to stop a behavior
discipline a form of teaching
guidance teaching a child right from wrong
child abuse harming a child physically or emotionally
child neglect harming a child by not addressing their needs
Created by: nloomis