Stage 6 Quiz

  1. Which one correctly describes the language development of children at this stage?

    1. If a two-year-old child cannot follow simple commands and no single word, his language development is normal
    2. Inherited factors including hearing, intellectual functioning and intent to communicate are the only factors for your child to learn to speak
    3. To help your child to learn to talk, describe more for him in daily life and in playing with him.

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    C. To help your child to learn to talk, describe more for him in daily life and in playing with him.

  2. Before children reach two years of age, they need :

    1. To engage in screen time activities as early as possible to facilitate their learning
    2. To avoid screen-media
    3. To take their meals while viewing TV, smartphone or tablet computer so that they can eat more

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    B. To avoid screen-media

  3. Under what circumstances can we use ‘planned ignoring’ to manage children’s behaviour?

    1. When the child has mild behaviour problems
    2. When the child climbs on the back of the sofa
    3. When the child sits down playing with toys

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    A. When the child has mild behaviour problems

  4. When the child at this stage has already been trained to use the potty but still wets herself, parents can:

    1. Take away her favourite toy to let her understand the consequence of wetting so that she will wet less of herself.
    2. Clean up calmly and then go through the steps in toileting with her
    3. Take her to the doctor immediately to check if she has any physical problems

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    B. Clean up calmly and then go through the steps in toileting with her

  5. An 18-month-old is still drinking milk with the milk bottle.

    1. It can complement nutrition lacking arising from eating too little at meals
    2. It will result in taking more milk than he needs and therefore upsetting his appetite at mealtime
    3. It is a convenient way to feed the child

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    B. It will result in taking more milk than he needs and therefore upsetting his appetite at mealtime