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Circle Time Magazine Season 1, Episode 3 Knowledge Check

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Circle Time Magazine Season 1, Episode 3 Knowledge Check

Knowledge Check Answer Key (Questions 1 – 5)

Thank you for completing the Knowledge Check questions. An answer key to these questions is listed below.

Question 1: Children start accessing geometry concepts during infancy by learning through their senses.

Option 1: Correct Answer

True

Option 2

False

Question 2: Young children learn geometry attributes through the following:

Option 1

Moving their bodies through space

Option 1

Manipulating objects

Option 1

Stacking, piling, knocking over objects

Option 1

Exploring properties of shapes

Option 1

Creating complex structures

Option 1

Talking about shapes

Option 1

All of the above

Question 3: Young children go through four main phases in learning to combine shapes to make new shapes. Put the following phases in the correct order. Place your cursor on the phase and select it to move it up or down to put the phases in the correct order.

  Shape Composer: More accuracy when putting shapes together.
 Piece Assembler: Puts shapes together in a picture. Each shape stands alone.
 Picture Maker: Combining shapes to make a new form.
  Pre-Composer: Looking at shapes, touching them, arranging them.

Question 4: Geometry and spatial sense help reinforce number and counting skills. 

Option 1: Correct Answer

True

Option 2

False

Question 5: How can educators foster rich brain building experiences for children? (Select all that apply.)

Option 1: Correct Answer

Offering high quality experiences for early learning

Option 2: Correct Answer

Using novel words and adjectives with children (quality words not just quantity)

Option 3: Correct Answer

Eye gaze - look at the item you're talking about when talking about it

Option 4: Correct Answer

Describing the relationships between two items

Option 5: Correct Answer

Scaffolding learning

Option 6: Correct Answer

Introducing spatial concepts

Option 7

Offering screen time to infants

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