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What age is the following gross motor skill typically observed? Climbs stairs with assistance, pulls toys while walking.
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18 months
What age is the following gross motor skill typically observed? Runs, kicks ball, can stand on tiptoe, carries several toys or a large toy while walking, climbs onto furniture.
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24 months/2 years old
What age is the following gross motor skill typically observed? Climbs well, pedals tricycle, runs easily, takes stairs with alternate feet
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Three years old/36 months
What age is the following fine motor skill typically observed? Feeds self finger foods, uses index finger to point
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12-15 months
What age is the following fine motor skill typically observed? Masters reaching, grasping, and releasing: stacks blocks, puts things in slots. Can turn pages in a book, remove socks & shoes, stack four cubes
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18 months
What age is the following fine motor skill typically observed? Builds tower of six or seven cubes, establishes dominant hand, imitates circular and vertical strokes, scribbles, paints, turns knobs
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24 months/2 years old
What age is the following fine motor skill typically observed? Undresses self, copies circle, build a tower of 9-10 cubes, holds a pencil in writing position
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3 years old/36 months
What is the average visual acuity of a toddler?
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20/40-20/50 in both eyes
Why are toddlers at risk for poisoning at this age?
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They lack a complete ability for taste discrimination and will put anything into their mouth
What are the key tasks related to social development for a toddler?
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Differentiation of self from parent, individualization and developing independence.
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At what age is it normal for toddlers to develop separation anxiety again?
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18-24 months, it usually subsides by 24-36 months.
Toddlers usually understand more words than they can say. When describing this, we say that they have a more advanced ________ language than ________ language.
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More advanced receptive language than expressive language
What stage of moral development are toddlers in according to Kohlberg?
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Preconventional or Premoral
What are the characteristics of the moral stage of development toddlers are in, according to Kohlberg?
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Morality involves punishment and obedience, actions are either good or bad.
Bilingual toddlers should be speaking ______ different words in either language by 20 months.
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20 words
At what age do children start to demonstrate telegraphic speech patterns like, "want juice raisens?"
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Three
At what age are toddlers able to recognize sexual differences?
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2 years old
What are signs that a toddler is ready for toilet training?
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They have voluntary sphincter control, able to stay dry for 2 hours, can remove their own clothing, have willingness to please parents, expresses discomfort with wet/soiled diapers, expresses knowledge of need to go (i.e. hiding in a corner to poop).
Weaning from the bottle should occur by ________ months old.
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15-18 months
Iron deficiency anemia with _______ years of life is associated with developmental and psychomotor delays.
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First two years of life
What dietary deficiencies are vegan toddlers at a higher risk for?
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Deficiencies in Vitamin D, B12 and iron
  
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