Ratio
Percentages
True OR False
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Other
100

What is the Ratio for the Twos Classroom?

11/1

100

about what percent of U.S children not yet in kindergarten are in some type of child care?

60%

100

stay at home parents may suffer physical and emotional strain 

TRUE 

100

Infants need consistent caregiving to develop _____ and secure attachments 

Trust 

100

What is child care?

The care of children by a day-care center, babysitter, or other provider while parents are working

200

What is the child care ratio for Ms. Rozenda & Ms. Renae’s Classroom?

15/1

200

More than 50% of babies are in child care more than ____ hours a week?

30

200

child care centers are most likely to be the most expensive option

FALSE

200

shy children experience more ___ in child care 

Stress 

200

When did child care start?

1860's 

300

what is the caregiver to child ratio for 2.5 years of age?

1:8

300

the brain grows over 90% between what ages? 

0-5

300

Higher quality centers effect children with better cognitive and language development

TRUE

300

Positive interactions with others, self-regulate their ____ , understand and express their ____ 

Behavior 

feelings 

300

What skills are needed for childcare? 

1) patience 

2) communication skills 

3) decision making skills 

400

If there are 3 13 month olds and 2 8 month olds, what is the ratio followed? 

5/1

400

More than 50% of children whose mothers were employed receive child care from what relatives?

1) grandparents 30%

2) fathers 25%

3) siblings 3%

4) other relatives 8%

400

There is written curriculum based upon the ages and interests of each child 

TRUE 

400

Cognitive and Language Development

Observe, ask questions, and solve problems based on what they ____ and ____



see and hear 

400

why has the need for child care risen?

the number of families with two working parents has increased 

500
What is the ration for infants ages 13-23 months?

5/1

500

on average how much do you think all families spend of their monthly income on child care? 

7.8%

500

Quality childcare has Health and safety policy procedures 

TRUE 

500

Physical well-being and motor development:

____ motor skills 

_____ motor skills



Fine motor skills

Gross motor skills 


500

name a PRO and a CON of child care 

PROS: independence, socialization, academic advantage 

CONS: exposure to illness, less quality time with parent/guardian, exposure to poor behavior 

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