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Careers in Child Care Crossword

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A profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. Social Worker
Help children to make sense of difficult life experiences or complex psychological issues through the activity of play. Play Therapist
Duties include selecting materials for the children's collection, monitoring behavior of children, maintaining collection, and training staff. Children's Librarian
Assist in placing children needing parents with adoptive parents that are looking for children. Adoption Agency
Transport children to and from school. Bus Driver
Specialize in the proper nutritional care of infants and young active pre-adolescent youth. Child Dietician
Someone who studies the mental, social and emotional development of children. Child Psychologist
Interacting with children and organizing their activities on a day-to-day basis Activity Coordinator
The art/practice of taking and processing photographs of children. Child Photographer
Provide a quality, caring and supportive child care program that addresses their unique child care needs. Early Child Educator
Help clients with divorces, guardianships, prenuptial agreements, adoptions, parental rights and custody. Family Law
The voice of child welfare in Ontario for over 100 years, enhancing and promoting the welfare and well-being of children, youth and families. CAS
A person (typically a woman) trained to assist women in childbirth. Midwife
A person, typically a woman, employed to care for a child in its own home. Nanny
A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital. Nurse
Assists pediatricians by assessing a patient's needs and providing initial patient care. Pediatric Nurse
A type of early childhood educator who instructs children from 2 to age 4. Preschool Teacher
Instruct students in secondary public or private schools in one or more subjects at the secondary level, such as English, mathematics, or social studies. Secondary Teacher
Provide much needed instructional support to classroom teachers and students. Teacher's Aid
Teaching academics to children who are in the hospital either short-term or long-term for various illnesses and conditions. Hospital Teacher

School-Aged Children Crossword

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_____________begins when a child starts elementary school around 6 years old and ends at puberty around age 12 School-age
The school and home experience influence growth and development requiring adjustment by parents and child by learning to cope with rules and expectations by the school and peer; by learning how to make decisions, accept ______ and learn from experiences. Responsibility
School-aged children appears ______ than preschoolers. Slimmer
The average ______ and weight increases. Height
Many children _______ in weight during middle childhood years. Double
Most _______ exceed boys in both height and weight by the end of school years. Girls
Most children practices ________skils(Example:running and jummping) Gross-motor
Six year olds are able to hold a ______ adeptly and print letters and words. Penicl
At age 12 children are able to make detailed drawings and ______ sentences. Write
By improving fine motor skills the child becomes more independent in_____, dressing and taking care of personal needs. Bathing
Assessment of neurological development is based on ___________ coordination. Fine-motor
______ growth changes a child's body appearance. Skeletal
Children's eye ______ improves and normal adult 20-20 vision is achievable. Acuity
Screening for _____ and hearing problems become easier and results are more reliable. Vision
According to Piaget, children begin the ______________ stage of development and growth at age 7. Concrete-operational
Children begin to demonstrate _____, more concrete thinking. Logical
Children become less ______ and begin to think about how others feel and think. Egocentric
School-aged children have the ability concentrate on more than one aspect of a ________. Situation
Children begin to understand others ______ do not have to be the same as theirs. Opinions
Children improve their use of ________ and expand their structural knowledge. Language
School-aged children begin to definethemselves based more on ________ than external characteristics. Internal
_______ involves peers and the pursuit of group goals. Play
Girls and _____ view opposite sex differently. boys
Accidents and ________ are a major health problem for school-aged children Injuries
______ and self-concept become stronger and more individualized. Identity
Effective health ________ teaches children about their bodies and how their choices impact their health. Education
Parents need to begin _________ in preparation for upcoming pubertal changes. Independent/ School-aged children develop eating patterns that are __________ of parental supervision. Discussions

Family Relationships Crossword

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Your brothers and sisters Siblings
Two parents and one or more children living in the same place Nuclear family
A family that consists of a married couple and their children from a previous marriage Blended family
A family that includes additional relatives besides parents and children extended family
The temporary placement of children in the homes of adults who aren't related to them foster care
positive feedback that helps others feel appreciated and supported Affirmation
A decision by two married people to live apart from each other separation
a legal end to marriage contract divorce
The legal right to make decisions affecting children and the responsibility for their care custody
the acts of violence involving family members domestic violence
domestic violence or any other form of abuse directed at a spouse spousal abuse
domestic abuse directed at a child child abuse
the failure to provide for a child's basic needs neglect
the abuse or neglect of older family members elder abuse
the pattern of repeating violence or abusive behaviors from one generation to the next cycle of violence

The New Deal Crossword

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This program paid farmers not to produce crops. It also paid them not to raise pigs and lambs. AAA
Served as the “watchdog” to protect people who invest money from stock market fraud, deception, and insider trading on Wall Street. SEC
established programs to give assistance to the unemployed, dependent mothers, children, and the physically disabled. Today this covers 40 million Americans and accounts for ¼ of the federal budget. SSA
Sent mostly young, unemployed men to work on conservation projects in rural areas for about $1 per day. CCC
Was the largest New Deal agency, which employed millions of people. WPA
Provided flood control, electricity, fertilizer, manufacturing, and economic development in Tennessee Valley TVA
The Wagner Act helped to organize labor and collectively bargain NLRB
Established minimum wage of 40 cents per hour and maximum workweek of 40 hours for businesses involved in interstate commerce or trade FLSA
Restored competition, stopped prices and wages from going down. Organized fair trade codes. NRA
Insures your money in banks. FDIC

Family Consumer Science Crossword

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What type of family have relatives in the same household with other parents and children? Extended
What type of family consist a mother, father, and their children? Nuclear
What type of family have one parent raising their children? Single parent
What type of family have children who are made part of the family through legel actions and isn't with their birth parents? Adoptive
Parents encourage their children to learn traditional ways and to respect... Cultural heritage
A group of people who have developed patterns of relationships from being around one another is called what? Society
What is it called when the process families go through as they grow and change? Family life cycle
A custom passed from generations is... Tradition
A brother or sister is known as... Sibling
The number of years between siblings is called... Age span
Competition for the love and attention of parents is called... Sibling rivalry
Parents help their children learn_____ , or ways of relating to other people Social skills
Why is families important? Emotional support
Something that your body must have to function, or work, properly is called... Physical needs
What type of family has a husband and wife, at least one of whom has children from a former relationship? Blended
What type of family takes care of children on short term basis? Foster
What family stage does couple plan their future life together? Beginning
What stage is when the parents focus on being a couple once again? Middle years
What stage is when new members are added to the family? Parenting
What stage is when teens and young adults begin to leave the family home? Launching
What stage is the final stage of the family cycle? Retirement
An expected pattern of behavior is called... Role

Human development Crossword

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each child achieves ________ milestones at a different age language
we get _________ when bad things happen to upset up emotional
once your child turns 5 they will start getting their _________ education
there will be many __________ once you become a new parent challenges
________ from your mistakes learning
___________ is the process of growing development
________ should be a part of your everyday life fitness
________ is the comprehension of ones thoughts thinking
make sure you feed your children lots of fruit and vegetables because there ________ is very important health
it is very important to teach your child _______ skills social
_______ are the things we go through that make us motivated experiences
children and adults need to be _________ active physically
you should be doing __________ with your kids for at least an hour everyday activities
you may notice that your children have a similar _________ as you personality
________ is taking the feelings of others and validating them understanding
_______ interaction with other children is very important social
watching a child's ______ is a key to their development growth
__________ is the way in which people act behaviour
_________ will strengthen the relationship between the parent and child communication
you need successful __________ to be able to rely on others at times relationships

Global goals Crossword

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living below minimum wage Poverty
lacking the source of food and water hunger
The state of being free from illness or injury. Health
the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university. Education
the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunities equality
conditions relating to public health, especially the provision of clean drinking water Sanitation
the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity. Energy
an increase in the amount of goods and services produced per head of the population over a period of time. Economic growth
he basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise Infranstructure
difference in size, degree, circumstances, etc.; lack of equality. Inequalities
able to be maintained at a certain rate or level. Sustainible
the action of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials, or the process of being so manufactured. production
a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels. climate
the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death. life
the part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water, as opposed to the sea or the air. land
Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective institustions
the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim or desired result. goals
it changes when the seasons change climate
the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy. well being
general excellence of standard or level. quality
a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common communities
meaning of the male or female sex gender

Child Development Unit 1 Vocabulary Crossword

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the period of great growth and change between childhood and adulthood adolescence
the study of how children grow and change physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and morally child development
a development process that refers to the ability to experience, express, and control emotions emotional development
a person's surroundings and everything in them, including both human and non–human factors environment
Austrian psychiatrist whose theory states that a person's early emotional experiences affect adult life profoundly Sigmund Freud
the sum of all the qualities a person inherits from his or her parents at birth heredity
a series of stages a person passes through during his or her lifetime. They are: Infancy, Toddler, Preschool, School Age, and Adolescent individual life cycle
period of childhood from birth up to one year infancy
a developmental process that refers to the growth of the brain and the use of mental skills intellectual development
Italian educator whose theory states children learn best through their senses pursuing their own interests at their own rate Maria Montessori
a school providing children freedom within limits by a rather structured approach, and a fixed method in which materials are presented Montessori school
developmental process that refers to the ability to know right from wrong moral development
an act of recognizing and recording behavior observation
a developmental process that refers to the physical growth of a person's body. This growth affects height, weight, and internal body systems. physical development
the first to study children in a scientific way; he said that children go through four stages of thinking and should be given learning tasks suitable for each stage Jean Piaget
period of childhood from three to five years of age preschooler
a child old enough to attend school. Ages 5-12 school age
a developmental process that refers to the way people relate to others around them social development
a scientifically acceptable principle followed as the basis of action theory
period of childhood from one to three years of age toddler

Health Chapter 1 Crossword

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the combination of physical, mental and social health Health
health dealing with your body parts and body systems Physical
health dealing with your feeling, feeling towards others and dealing with everyday life Mental
health dealing with making and keeping friends Social
the sum of your surroundings including your family and friends Environment
environment tha includes everything around your Physical
the environment that includes all those around you including friends, clubs and teams. Social
people who are of the same age and interest Peers
a scale showing a person's level of health Health Continuum
personal behaviors related to how a person lives that helps determine his or her level of health Lifestyle Factors
healthful habits to keep a person well and free from disease Prevention
total health Wellness
providing accurate health information to help others make better decisions Health Education
a person's capacity to obtain and understand basic health information Health Literate

Sexual reproduction in flowering plants (39) Crossword

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reproduction that involves only one parent - produces identical offspring. Asexual
reproduction that involves the union of two sex cells (gametes) > produces non-identical offspring Sexual
Haploid (contain half the number of chromosomes) cells capable of fusion. Gametes
Consists of the male [reproductive] parts of the flower. Stamen
Consists of the female [reproductive] parts of the flower. Carpel
the stalk part of the stamen. Filament
the part of the stamen that produces pollen. Anther
Where the pollen lands Stigma
The neck part of the carpel through which the pollen tube grows. Style
Becomes the fruit after fertilisation Ovary
Becomes the seed after fertilisation Ovule
Form of nuclear division resulting in four haploid daughter cells. Meiosis
Form of nuclear cell division resulting in two diploid daughter cells identical to parent. Mitosis
cell that has one set of chromosomes (1/2 the total #) Haploid
cell that has 2 sets of chromosomes (full amount) Diploid
The transfer of pollen from the anther to a stigma of a flower from the same species. Pollination
the transfer of pollen from the anther to a stigma on the same plant. Self-pollination
the transfer of pollen from an anther to the stigma on a different plant (of the same species) Cross-pollination
The union of the male and female gametes to form a diploid zygote. Fertilisation
The part of the plant embryo that develops into a root radicle
The part of the plant embryo that develops into the shoot Plumule
A seed leaf Cotyledon
seed that has no endosperm when fully formed non-endospermic
seed that contains some endosperm when fully formed Endospermic seed
transform from integuments to form the seed coat testa
Fertilised egg [that eventually becomes the embryo] Zygote
The scattering/transfer of seeds or fruit away from the parent plant Dispersal
Resting period when seeds have low metabolic rate and no growth occurs [even though conditions for growth may be present] Dormancy
Start of (re)growth of the embryo in a seed [after dormancy period _ if conditions are suitable] Germination