Your sister's baby boy
A toy percussion that a baby shakes
Baby's eating apparel
A soothing tool for teething infants
Another word for nappies
In England, a pacifier is also known as a?
Which of the five senses does a baby develop first?
Babys are born without these
How many days does it take for the baby to recognize the father's voice?
A newborns bed
A chemical that keeps the air sacs in the lungs open during breathing.
The designation for the first month of life.
The waxy or cheesy white substance found coating the skin of a newborn.
Infants born weighing less than 5 1/2 pounds.
Infants born weighing less than 3 1/3 pounds.
Infants born weighing less than 2 1/4 pounds.
Infants born after 37 completed weeks of pregnancy.
Pregnancies that extend up to or beyond 42 weeks.
Describes levels of consciousness that range from quiet sleep to active crying.
temporary cessation of breathing, especially during sleep.
A drop in heart rate to below 80 to 100 beats per minute.
Bleeding into or near the normal fluid spaces (ventricles) of the brain.
A deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin.
A sub-specialty of pediatricians who care for ill and premature newborns.
The ability to mentally organize and interpret sensory information and then respond to it.
Uses two eyes at the same time.
Occurs outside the center of the gaze.
A small pit near the center of the retina that is responsible for central vision and visual acuity.
The area of the occipital lobe that processes most visual information.
The back of the brain and processes visual stimuli and contains most of the visual cortex.
Transmits visual information from the retina to the occipital lobe in the brain,
Lying on the back with the face upward.
An involuntary specific muscular response to a sensory stimulus.
Body movement or locomotion.
Inborn behavior patterns that develop during uterine life, are present at birth and have survival value,
Who was Mary betrothed (engaged) to?
Mary was made pregnant through the power of the ____ ____
To spare her shame, Joseph decided to do what in quiet?
Joseph receives a message in a dream from what?
Joseph is the descendant of what great Israelite King? Son of ?
Joseph is told he will have a son and he is to give him a name that in Greek is
Even though Mary is with child, she remains a ____.
Isaiah was an Old Testament _____ who told of a savior that would be born of a virgin.
This is the Hebrew name of the Greek name Jesus and it means ("God is with us" what a perfect name!)
Joseph did as the Lord asked and he took Mary as his ____ into his home
What town was Jesus born in?
Ceasar ____ wanted the world to be enrolled (censused) to collect taxes from everyone.
Joseph takes a pregnant Mary from _____ to Bethlehem for the census.
Mary gave birth, wrapped her baby in swaddling clothes and laid him in an animal feeding trough, known as a
An angel appears to _____ watching their flocks.
The ___ of the Lord shone around the workers in the field and they were filled with fear (awe of God)
The angel speaks, I proclaim to you ___ ___
The news of the angel will bring great __
A ____ has been born!
A multitude of angels sing, Glory to God in the
The shepherds go in haste to Bethlehem to see the new born ___
Mary reflected on these things in her __
The shepherds return home, ____ God
The Season that prepares our hearts for Jesus
Jesus is the ____ of the world!
Head to Toe development
Development in an outward direction
What children are expected to be able to do at a certain age
Development using muscles in arms and legs
Picking up small items is an example of _________ development
Child from birth to age one
One or two year old child
acronym for developmental domains
development involving the gain/retention of knowledge
An example of approaches to learning
The way we relate to others
development that involves understanding and expressing feelings
The understanding that words are related to print is one aspect of this development.
Assistance for building on previous knowledge
Vygotsky's space between "I can't" and "I can"
Mom and dad
Where baby sleeps
They are changed often
Diaper bag supply
Classic stuffed cuddly
Where was Jesus placed after his birth?
Appeared to Mary and Joseph
The coming of the savior
Christmas celebrates the _____________ of Jesus.
God with us
Birthplace of Jesus
Where did Mary give birth?
Scene of Jesus' birth
________ of peace
Angels' song when the savior was born
Worshipped Jesus at his birth
What led everyone to Jesus?
Mary and Joseph found no room here.
The manifestation of Christ
The process of inducing or providing active or passive immunity artificially by administering an infectious agent
An inherited or acquired state in which an individual is resistant to the occurrence or the effects of a specific disease
Innate immunity or resistance to infection or toxicity
Immunity from exposure to the invading agent
Immunity in which immune bodies are actively formed against specific antigens
Temporary immunity obtained by transfusing immunoglobulins or antitoxins
A protein that is formed in response to exposure to a specific antigen
A variety of foreign substances that stimulate the formation of antibodies
Reduce the virulence of a pathogenic microorganism by treating it with heat or chemicals or cultivating it on a certain medium
Antigenic substances used for active or passive immunization or therapy
A suspension of live or inactivated microorganisms administer to induce immunity and prevent infectious disease
A modified bacterial toxin that has been made nontoxic by retains the ability to stimulate the formation of antitoxin
A solution of antibodies derived from the serum of animals immunized with specific antigens & used to confer passive immunity & for treatment
A sterile solution containing antibodies from large pools of human blood plasma
Special preparations obtained from blood plasma from donor pools preselected for a high antibody content against a specific antigen
Condition in which the majority of the population community is vaccinated and the spread of certain diseases is stopped
Vaccine designed to vaccinate against a single antigen or organism
A carrier protein with proven immunologic potential combined with a less antigenic polysaccharide antigen to enhance immune response
Combination of multiple vaccines into on parenteral form
Vaccine designed to vaccinate against two or more antigens
Strategy of protecting infants from pertussis by vaccinating all persons who come in close contact with the infant
Physical act of administering any vaccine or toxoid