Motor Skills
Trauma
Social Emotional
Speech
Misc.
100

Kicking a ball, jumping on 1 leg, and dancing are all examples of this. 

What are gross motor skills?

100

The body's response to lasting and serious stress, without enough support from a caregiver

What is toxic stress?

100

Pretzel, balloon, drain, star are visuals for

What are conscious discipline breathing rituals?

100

True or false: Girls develop language before boys

False: research shows they develop language along the same timeframe 

100

True or False:
The Pandemic effected children's development

True

200

Using scissors, unbuttoning a shirt, and drawing a circle are all examples of this.

What are fine motor skills?

200

The body's adrenaline response to a threat.

What is the fight, flight, or freeze response?

200

A kind of behavior used by children to express individuality and independence. 

What is a temper tantrum?

200

True or False: Bilingualism will cause a speech delay.

False

200

A comprehensive classroom management program and a social-emotional curriculum.

What is conscious discipline?  

300

An activity in the classroom to help build fine motor skills.

What is drawing, anything using fingers?
300

Damaging space, hiding, and refusing to engage are examples of this.

What are Fight, Flight, Freeze classroom behaviors?

300

The age range where children know how to start sharing.

What is 36-42 months old (3-4)
300

Ways to build a child's language.

What is play, repeating words, over communicating?
300

Something children need before they can be able to regulate their emotions

What is safety and security and a secure attachment figure?
400

Places I can get activities for children with developmental delays. 

ASQ, EDECA, IEP, B23, EC's, MHC

400

A person's ability to bounce back after an experience of a trauma.

What is resiliency? 

400

The amount of time it can appropriately take a child to calm down from big feelings?

What is within 15 minutes?

400

The amount of words a typically developing 3 year old will know.

What is 1,000 words?

400

This determines if a stressor is tolerable or toxic.

What is the presence of a consistant caregiver?

500

What are the functions of play?

What is improving the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children?

500

Incarceration of a relative, substance misuse, and abuse are all examples of these.

What are Adverse Child Experiences (ACES)

500

How to support social-emotional learning in children.

What is talking about feelings, working through problems together, showing how to regulate emotions when they are in a calm state?

500

The part of the brain that controls speech.

What is the frontal lobe (left hemisphere)?

500

The attachment type where children feel safe and secure in the presence of their caregiver and can depend on them to return.

What is Secure Attachment?

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