Personnel
Activity Plan & Child Care-Giver Ratios
Basic Care Requirements
Discipline & Guidance
Naptime and Field Trips
100

The number of annual training hours caregivers must obtain. 746.1301 (5A)

What is 24 hours?

100

Two things the activity plan must include. 746.2205

What is a variety of activities? What is Outdoor play? What is meal and snack times? What is nap time? What is both child and teacher-initiated activities? What is no long waiting times?

100

The position all infants must be placed to sleep. 746.2427

What is on their backs?

100

Discipline must be:

746.2803 (1)

What is individualized and consistent?

100

True or False: Children are required to sleep during nap time.

746.2905

What is false?

200

Where caregivers can report suspected abuse, neglect, or exploitation. 746.1201 (5)

What is the Department of Family and Protective Services?

200

The maximum number of children one caregiver can be responsible for is known as this. 746.1501

What is ratio? What is child/caregiver ratio?

200
These can be used to identify choking hazards in children under 3 years. 746.2501 (Helpful information)
What is a toilet paper or paper towel tube?
200

Discipline must be:

746.2803 (2)

What is appropriate to the child's level of understanding?

200

The maximum amount of time that nap and rest time may last each day. 746.2903

What is 3 hours?

300

The top three things a licensing inspector will ask a caregiver. 746.1203 (2, 3)

What is how many children do you have, how old is your oldest child, and how old is your youngest child?

300

What is the maximum number of 7 year old children one caregiver can provide care for? 746.1601

What is 26?

300

Each training cup for toddlers must be labeled with this. 746.2505 (4a)

What is the child's first name and last initial?

300

Discipline must be:

746.2803 (4)

What is a positive method of discipline and guidance?
300

This is an alternative to labeling each cot with a child's name. 746.4503

What is a number/child assignment map?

400

This must be completed by a caregiver's 90th day of employment. 746.1301 (4Ci)

What is Pediatric CPR and First Aid?

400

The amount of time activity plans are required to be kept on file. 746.2211

What is three months?

400

The amount of time after awakening that an infant may stay in their crib, as long as they are content and responsive. 746.2425

What is 30 minutes?

400

Color charts and other public displays of behavior are not allowed at Kiddie Academy because it creates this kind of atmosphere. 746.1203 (9)

What is a competitive atmosphere?

400

The number of hours prior to a field trip that a posting must be made. 746.3003

What is 48?

500

The three training topics caregivers who provide care for children under 24 months must take each year. 746.1309 (d 1,2,3)

What is SIDS, Shaken Baby, and Understanding Brain Development?

500

The number of caregivers required to care for the following children and the age this number is based on? 746.1601 & 746.1603

18 months

18 months

19 months

20 months

25 months

26 months

27 months

28 months

29 months

29 months

What is one caregiver and two years old?

500

Providing containers or low shelving that are accessible to children so they can safely obtain items without adult intervention is a requirement for these children. 746.2505 (3)

What is toddlers? What is two year olds? What is pre-kindergarten? What is school-agers?

500

Making a child sit in a high chair because they are biting others would be considered what type of prohibited punishment? 746.2805 (9)

What is requiring a child to remain in a restrictive device? 

500

Which of these things is not required when leaving the center for a field trip?

A. A cell phone or two way radio

B. Food allergy emergency plans and allergy medicine

C. First aid kit

D. A written list of all children at the center

E. All of the above are required

What is D?

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