The name of our restaurant
A type of Mobile Home
They have a pouch
Hit it with a racket
Lets go for a swim
Where you get a key
"I call top..."
Extra cheese on a...
You can ride your... in the nature reserve
Where a koala lives
Where are we
Back Yard Cricket
Brown and melts in your mouth
Green and in salad
Its made from wheat you have it for lunch
soft and squishy can have with hot chocolate
The oval object with a hard shell.
A yellow or white solid food that is made from milk.
a dried grape
a large red melon
yellow fruit that goes on pizza
A fruit with rough dark green skin and a large seed in the middle.
Learning/academics refers to the _________ domain of development?
Interactions with people & the environment refers to the _________ domain of development?
The body & movement refers to the _________ domain of development?
Processing & understanding feelings refers to the _________ domain of development?
________ representations use manipulatives to introduce a concept.
The symbolic/_____________ stage students draw pictures/symbols to represent a concept.
_________ stage is when students use variables to represent a concept.
Analysis & judgement refers to which cognitive process?
Looking from a new perspective refers to which cognitive process?
Asking questions to gather information to gather information refers to which cognitive process?
__________ & planning: cognitive process involves solving problems & making decisions?
Memory/___________: cognitive process involves providing facts from given information
Writing, running & using scissors are __________ skills that are developed & honed everyday.
Object permanence occurs is which of Piaget's four stages of cognitive development?
Language development & beginning to think symbolically occurs in which of Piagets' four stages of cognitive development?
A student that is understand logical reasoning, not yet understanding abstract thought is in which stage of Piagets' four Stages of Cognitive Development?
Stage of play where a child makes seemingly random movements with no clear purpose &/or observing others without acting?
Playing alone w/ limited interaction among other children is which stage of play?
______ Play/Onlooker Play: stage of play that observes other children playing, but does not play w/ them
Stage of play where a student plays alongside other children, but not in cooperation w/ them
Stage of play when a child plays in cooperation w/ other children in a loosely organized manner; generally developing preferences for playing w/ certain children