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General Test for Level 3 (CACHE)

Please read questions carefully. When completed record your results in your E-Track Journal or submit a screen dump of your results page.

1. It is most important for a practitioner to work in partnership with parents to: Select two correct answers:
Follow the parents routines, Provide a quiet area with cushions web tool , Ask the children to rest at the same time, Provide activities which use up energy,
2. What can a practitioner learn from observing a child playing? Select two correct answers:
Accompany the child to the friend%27s house, Tell the friend that the child can visit tomorrow, Telephone the child%27s parent to ask for permission, Explain why the child must go with the practitioner,
3. Play for children aged 3 and 4 years: Select two correct answers:
Help the child to relax, Restore the child%27s energy levels, Allow time to prepare new activities, Avoid the child behaving in a negative way,
4. The most important reason for providing physical play opportunities is to promote: Select one correct answer:
Story times, Musical games, Making sandwiches, playing with interlocking bricks,
5. Daily routines that can best help a child aged 3-years learn to match objects are: Select two correct answers:
Story time, Hand washing, Tidying away toys, Setting the table for meals,
6. What is the best way to encourage children to rest during the day?
Which toys the child likes to play with, What resources support the child%27s learning, How to record the child%27s play, How parents play with the child,
7. What is part of inclusive practice? Select two correct answers:
Provides social experiences, Develops good personal hygiene class website , Makes sure they understand positive behaviour english , Encourages them to direct their own activities,
8. Practitioners will be interested in the events happening in the lives of of the children in their care in order to: Select one correct answer:
Information from parents, Routines for rest and play, Observations by the practitioner, Activities the child can complete easily,
9. A practitioner who is developing a framework for behaviour should always consider: Select one correct answer:
Need cheaper childcare, Know the practitioner%27s family, Prefer a small caring environment, Can leave the child whenever they need to,
10. Which activities support the development of the fine motor skills? Select two correct answers:
Encourage parents to stay for a while, Provide new and challenging activities teacher , Gradually introduce the child to the setting, Tell the child that the parent will be back soon,
11. How can a practitioner support an older child who is cared for after school? Select one correct answer:
Promote the child%27s well-being, Involve the parent in planning, Build trust between the practitioner and parent, Make sure the parent understands the setting%27s procedures,
12. Which describes emtional abuse? Select one correct answer:
Encourage the child to play outdoors, Give the child some special responsibilties, Make sure the child has a drink and snack, Listen when the child talks about the school day,
13. When the practitionaer arrives to collect a child aged 7-years from school, the child has been invited to go with another parent to play at a friend%27s house. The practitioner should: Select one correct answer:
Feel secure, Learn through play prepare quiz , Enjoy outdoor activities crossword maker , Understand daily routines,
14. How can a practitioner help a child aged 4-years to understand the rules and boundaries of the setting? Select one correct answer:
Display a list of rules and boundaries for the setting, Work with children to agree the rules and boundaries, Use the same rules and boundaries as other settings, Develop a policy for managing behaviour,
15. Information about a child may be shared only if: Select one correct answer:
Changing the childrens%27 routines, What rewards the children will like, How to treat all the children in the same way, Whether the children will understand the boundaries,
16. A framework for behaviour is most likely to help a child aged 3-years to: Select one correct answer:
Ask the child to talk about feelings, Provide high quality play opportunities, Explain to the child how this behaviour affects others, Include the child in group games with rules,
17. Planning for a child%27s play will be most effective if it is based on: Select two correct answers:
Keep the setting tidy, Give each child privacy, Protect children%27s rights, Help each child feel valued,
18. How can the practitioner support a child during the settling in period? Select two correct answers:
Meeting the individual needs of all children, Providing the same care for every child, Making sure all the children do all activities, Helping all children to reach their potential,
19. Parents are most likely to choose a home-based setting for their child because they: Select one correct answer:
Plan experiences easily and quickly, Keep accurate records for parents, Create an environment where children feel respected, Keep information which may be needed for child protection,
20. A practioner who suspects that a child is being bullied at school should first: Select one correct answer:
Abuse, Illness, Neglect, Prejudice,
21. The most effective strategy for managing the challenging behaviour of a child aged 3-years is to: Select one correct answer:
Regular lack of care of a child, Deliberate physical ill-treatment of a child, Constant criticism of a child%27s efforts and behaviour, Failure to meet a child%27s physical needs and learning needs,
22. A child%27s routine should include periods of rest or sleep to: Select two correct answers:
Tell the child to talk to the teacher, Make an appointment to visit the school, Encourage the child to give more information, Discuss any concerns with the child%27s parents,
23. What may a practitioner suspect if a child aged 4-years becomes withdrawn and fearful? Select one correct answer:
The child is invited to a party, The child%27s family moves to a new area, The child%27s parents have given written permission, The health visitor is providing support for the child,