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For the American child, the _______ is the most frequent and most severe illness common cold
a bundle of nerve fibers that connects the two hemispheres of the brain become considerably thicker that help coordinate the brain functioning between the two hemispheres Corpus Callosum
- the process where certain functions are located more in one hemisphere of the brain than the other - becomes more pronounced during early childhood or preschool years Lateralization
both gross and fine motor skills become increasingly fine tuned during this age -gross skills: jumping, hopping on one foot, skipping, running, throwing, catching, riding bikes, climbing, etc. -fine skills: using a fork and spoon, cutting with scissors, tying shoes, etc. Motor Development
because of increased muscle strength they tend to be somewhat stronger and have and overall greater activity level Male
tend to surpass opposite sex in task of dexterity or those involving the coordination of limbs like jumping jacks or balancing on one foot female
the development of children showing a clear preference for the use of one hand over another - 90% of people are right handed and more boys than girls are left handed Handedness
preschoolers are in this stage from ages 2-7, characterized by symbolic thinking, mental reasoning and the use of concepts increase but children are not capable of operations Piaget's Stage of Preoperations
a key aspect of preoperational thought, the ability to use symbols, words, or an object to represent something that is not physically there Symbolic Function
the process of concentrating on one limited aspect of a stimulus and ignoring other aspects - is a major characteristic in preoperational thought, and is the major limitation of this period because it leads to inaccuracy in though due to the child's ability to consider all available information about the stimulus Centeration
is the knowledge that quantity is unrelated to the arrangement and physical appearance of objects - preschool age children do not understand this principle Lack of Conservation
thinking that does not take into account the viewpoint of others, takes two forms - lack of awareness that others see things from different physical perspectives - failure to realize that others may hold thoughts, feelings, and points of view different from one's own Egocentric Thought
refers to preschoolers' use of primitive reasoning and avid acquisition of knowledge about the world Intuitive Thought
memory or recalling of the past information processing
memory of particular events from ones' own life but it is not very accurate until after age 3 Autobiographical Memory
preschooler's memories of familar events are often organized in this term which is a broad representations in memory of events and the order in which they appear scripts
the system of rules that determine how our thoughts can be expressed in phrases and sentences - preschoolers being to acquire this principle Grammar
speech by children that is spoken and directed to themselves - preschoolers engage mostly in this - the use of this also allow children to practice the practical skill required in conversation known as pragmatics Private Speech
is the aspect of language relating to communicating effectively and appropriately with others Pragmatics
speech directed toward another person and meant to be understood by that person Social Speech

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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

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FCS 335 Ch 8-11 Crossword

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An 11-month-old infant puts a lid on a pot and a cup on a saucer, which are examples of __________ ________. relationalplay
At the dinner table, 12-month-old Shauntel observes her sister feed the dog a piece of food from the table. The next day, Shauntel takes a piece of her food and throws it to the dog. This is an example of _________ imitation. deferred
The emotion most frequently elicited in infants when their goals have been disrupted. anger
Theorist best known for refining and expanding Bowlby’s attachment theory. Ainsworth
1. When a child reaches one year of age, physical growth begins to rapidly ________. decrease
________ attached infants are more likely to be better problem solvers in preschool and kindergarten. securely
The ________ theory attempts to study language development within the context of the parent-infant interaction. functional
The most important factor realted to the effects of child care on children is ______. quality
The beginning of active experimentation is seen in ________ circular reactions. tertiary
Infants can understand more words than they ______. speak
The final stage of sensorimotor development leads to the development of _______________ thought, which is at the heart of all forms of human thought. symbolic
In general, toys are age appropriate if they match the child’s _______ level and provide some challenge to the child. cognitive
When Bobby sees himself in the mirror and exclaims, “Bobby!” this exemplifies the __________ self. existential
______-_________ emotions, such as embarrassment, shame, or pride, begin to emerge around the child’s second birthday. selfconscious
_________ parents are likely to have clear rules, yet express support and warmth toward their children. authoritative
“I want it,” is an example of __________ speech. expressive
Aware they have an inner experience different from others is the ________ self. subjective
A child looking at a clicker and says, “Click click click!” can be an example of _______ speech. private
An increase in verbal language is important in forming __________ memories autobiographical
When children can appreciate the psychological states of other people, researchers referred to as a theory of the _______. mind
“I a boy!” is an exmaple of gender ________. identity
When children engage in _________ pretend play, they are reliving past events in order to assimilate it more effectively. liquidating
Development of spoon use in infancy, can take up to 6-8 ________. months
When allowed to walk on different surfaces, toddlers are most likely to prefer ________ surfaces that are not moving, hard and level. matte
Piaget see the infant's role in cognitive growth as being an active __________ in their learning. participant
According to Piaget, "Knowledge is the product of direct ________ behavior." motor
When children can only focus on one limited yet striking aspect of an object, it is called __________. centration
Toilet ________ can take up to a year to complete and is usally earlier in girls. learning
A one-word utterance that depend on the particular context in which they are used. holophrase
2 or more-word utterances omitting connecting words, endings, and prepositions is known as _________ speech. telegraphic
Any action that will result in a positive outcome for the child is considered parental ___________ behvaior. proactive

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Physical Development Crossword

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A length of time a person can concentrate on a task without being bored or distracted. Attention
Ability to make something creative from your imagination. Creative
The ability to wonder "why" and "how" about the world around them works. Curiosity
The process of starting to experience things. Development
Skills in preforming tasks, especially with hands. Dexterity
By the age of two the average child reached half of his/hers adult size. Height
Intentionally copying the behaviors from others. Imitation
Unplanned learning that stems from other activities. Incidental
The ability to remember stuff for long time. Memory
Providing many learning opportunities. Play
Ability to take in information from the senses. Preception
The age when most children start going to school. Pre-school
Ability to solve problems and make decisions. Reasoning
A form of occupational therapy in which special exercises are used to strengthen the patient's sense of touch. Sensory Integration
Children between the ages of twelve months are only able to say one or two word phases. Speech Development
Long pauses are injected into sentences, or one sound/phrases repeated. Stuttering
Dental Care is one of a quality in toddler's teeth. Teeth
A young child who is just beginning to walk, ages 1-3. Toddler
Approximately the same between girls and boys Weight

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Child Development Crossword

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their first facial expression smile
a skill to be social communicate
begins to move around crawl
your child will begin to develop this milestones
from early childhood until adolescence human growth
the stage that deals with how your body operates, moves, and develops physical
the stage that deals with feelings emotional
the stage that involves how the brain works development, the act of changing either intellectually, emotionally, socially, or physically intellectual
the stage that deals with how you interact with others social
a child between the ages of 0 and 12 months infant
a child between the ages of 2 and 3 toddler
a child's development of how they think and understand the world around them cognitive
the child's ability to communicate and express their feelings language development
a child's main way of learning play
helps you and your child learn a little more about each other relationship
the child's ability to see near and far, and to understand what you see vision
recently just born newborn
being taught and understanding the things around them learning
larger movements when baby use their body to move around gross motor skills
an action that involves your baby using their muscles fine motor skills
the bond between a baby and a parent attachment
producing the sounds that form words speech
the words that a child would understand language
when the developmental milestones are not reached by the expected time period developmental delay
babies learn to feel secure, talk and, enjoy being with other people interaction
care for and protect the child while growing up nurture
the ability to hear, listen and interpret sounds hearing
the ability to learn and interact with others social behaviour
provide energy and nutrients for the child to grow and develop healthy eating
able to show affection love

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Early Childhood Development Crossword

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the early childhood years are? challenging
allows young children to organize their attention and actions prefrontal cortex
what motor skills use the large muscles? gross
what motor skills use the small muscle of the hands and fingers? fine
process that influences skills such as hand-eye coordination myelination
a major force that interacts to influence physical development genetic elements
what kind of development theory was Piaget known for? cognitive
what are children seen as during unoccupied play? observers
when children show a preference for one hand over the other, this illustrates brain ? lateralization
how many stages was Erikson's Psychological Theory of Development based off of? eight
in Maslow's hierarchy of needs which hierarchy involves food, water, shelter, sleep, exercise, and sex? Physiological
what kind of thinking allows young children to understand that people can make things happen? precausal
what kind of thinking is the tendency to endow inanimate objects with life and consciousness? animistic
what instructional method brings a child's imagination closer to reality? roleplay
what theorist considers initiative versus guilt as a stage in early childhood development? erikson
recognition that objects and events exist even when they can't be seen, heard, or touches: object ? permanence

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Early Childhood Crossword

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Piaget theory where children begin to use symbols to represent objects and events in their environment Preoperational
Centring attention on one aspect of an object and the neglecting of any other features Centration
Ability to group objects with some similarities within a larger category Classification
Parenting style where parents are demanding and immediate obedience is the most desirable trait in a child Authoritarian
Parenting style where parents respond to their child's needs and wishes Authoritative
Parenting style where parents have a tolerant and accepting view of their children's behaviour Permissive
Care outside of the home Daycare
Biological maleness of femaleness Sex
Social/psychological aspects of being male or female Gender
Activity people engage in because they enjoy t for its own sake Play
A language irregularity in which children apply a word in a broad manner to objects that do not fit Overextension
Children's strict application of language rules they have learned Overregularization
The systemic use of support to assist a child in his or her performance on a given task Scaffolding
Memory strategy that enables obtaining info from memory. Includes recognition and recall Retrieval
Mnemonic strategy that describes a person repeating target info Rehearsal

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Drama Terms Crossword

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A character is seen by the audience while remaining hidden from fellow actors. concealment
An introduction to a play Prologue
A literary art form that recreates human life and emotions. drama
Usually the main character in a tragedy; of noble birth or great influence, but has a flaw or weakness that leads to his downfall. tragic hero
A part of plot containing a series of conflicts and decisions by the characters, usually in the second act (rising action). complication
an object that stands for something else. symbolism
clues that suggest what might happen later in the plot foreshadow
When the audience knows something that the characters do not dramatic irony
the central idea, message, or one of the main ideas underlying a literary work. theme
The method a writer uses to develop the personality of a character; includes direct statements, appearance, dialect, thoughts characterization
A feeling of sympathy and deep sorrow for the misfortunes of others. Greek word for "suffering." pathos
A drama or literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin or suffers extreme sorrow tragedy
A struggle between two opposing forces:man vs man, man vs nature; man vs self (can be internal or external conflict) conflict
Statement or situation that seems to be a contradiction but reveals a truth paradox
personality characteristic that helps lead to a character's downfall) tragic flaw
a momentous tragic event, a violent ending in the final act of a tragic play catastrophe
A character whose qualities contrast with those of another character. A writer might use a foil to emphasize or de-emphasize another character’s traits. foil
A character’s remark, either to the audience or to another character that others on stage are not supposed to hear. Its purpose is to reveal the character’s private thoughts. aside
A single person speaking alone– with or without an audience. monologue
A speech that a character gives when he or she is alone on stage. Its purpose is to let the audience know what the character is thinking. This is a type of monologue. Soliloquy

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Figurative Language Crossword

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Comparison using like or as Simile
Comparison NOT using like or as Metaphor
Giving human characteristics to animals or inanimate objects Personification
The use of words that imitate sounds: crash, bang, hiss, splat Onomatopoeia
Two contradictory ideas side by side: jumbo shrimp or cruel kindness Oxymoron
An obvious and intentional exaggeration not meant to be taken seriously. Hyperbole
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historical, cultural, literary or political significance. Allusion
A set expression or phrase that is not meant to be interpreted literally: Every cloud has a silver lining. Idiom
Writing or speech that appeals to one or more of the five senses-sight, sound, smell, taste,and touch. This language creates word pictures, or images. Imagery
Concrete objects that represent abstract ideas, feelings, or thoughts Symbolism
The repetition of consonant sounds in the beginning of words: nodded, nearly, napping Alliteration
Words are used in such a way that their intended meaning is different from the actual meaning of the words Irony
A play on words Pun
The presentation of something as being smaller, worse, or less important than it actually is Understatement
The use of irony to mock or convey contempt. Sarcasm
sarcasm, irony, simile, personification, pun, metaphor, onomatopoeia, idiom, understatement, imagery, symbolism, oxymoron, hyperbole, allusion, alliteration Figurative Language

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Parts of the Brain Crossword

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The largest part of the brain and is composed of right and left hemispheres CEREBRUM
Located under the cerebrum CEREBELLUM
connects the cerebrum and cerebellum to the spinal cord BRAINSTEM
It is in charge of personality, behavior, and emotions. It also involves speech FRONTAL LOBE
It is in charge of sense of touch and pain PARIETAL LOBE
It is in charge of interpreting vision OCCIPITAL LOBE
It is in charge of hearing, memory, and understanding language TEMPORAL LOBE
It plays a role in controlling behaviors such as hunger, thirst, sleep, and emotions HYPOTHALAMUS
It secretes hormones that control sexual development and promotes bone and muscle growth PITUITARY GLAND
Helps regulate the bodys internal clock and circadian rhythms by secreting melatonin PINEAL GLAND
Plays a role in pain sensation, attention, alertness, and memory THALAMUS
Works with the cerebellum to coordinate fine motions, like fingertip movements BASAL GANGLIA
If this area is damaged, you may have difficulty moving the tongue or facial muscles to produce the sounds of speech BROCAS AREA
If damaged you may speak long sentences that have no meaning WERNICKES AREA

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Robotics Crossword

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Computer aided design can be say in a short way is Cad
Follows commands you tell the robot Control mode
An information processing device whose inputs are both the desired and measured position, velocity or other pertinent variables Controller
The study of motion, the forces that cause the motion, and the forces due to motion. Dynamics
removes drive power from the robot actuators, and causes all moving parts to stop. Emergency stop
able to add resources to the system, such as memory, larger hard drive. Expandability
The procedures use mathematical algorithms along with joint sensors to determine its location of a robot Forward kinematic
It can determine a position and orientation of an object in space, as well as the robot's position within its model. Frame
re-programmable multifunctional manipulator designed to move material, parts, tools, or specialized devices, through variable programmed motions for the performance of a variety of tasks Industrial robot
I help the robot move it arms or move Joints
This is commonly used as a non-contact sensor for robots. Robotic applications include: distance finding, identifying accurate locations, surface mapping, bar code scanning, cutting, welding etc. Laser
industrial robotic arm transfers materials from one place to another. Material handling
devices or computers separate from the robot for later input of programming information to the robot. Offline programming
It moves and use mostly on this I can work will out it Robot
predicting the behavior and the operation of a robotic base the look of it Robot simulation
It help the robot to determine the environment of the robot like light heat. Sensor
The robot predicting the behavior and the operation of a robotic, kinematics emulation, path-planning emulation, and simulation of sensors. See Sensor, Forward Kinematics, and Robot. Simulation
This items we use to build buildings fix robot house. Tool
It can work without you can build fine and it not being supporter by something Base
object to the workplace by gravity. Usually, a chute or container is so placed that, when work on the part is finished, it will fall or drop into a chute or onto a conveyor with little or no transport by the robot Drop delivery

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