Unit 8 - LO 6.1

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Quiz on Unit 8 - LO 6.1, created by denise.houser on 02/15/2016.

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Question 1

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Children will imitate both what you eat and how you eat it.
Answer
  • set an example
  • offer a wide variety of different foods
  • be prepared for messy mealtimes

Question 2

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Give babies and toddlers an opportunity to try a new food more than once.
Answer
  • Do not use food as a punishment, reward, bribe, or threat.
  • Offer a wide variety of different foods
  • Introduce new foods in stages

Question 3

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Present the food in a form that is fairly easy for children to manage by themselves.
Answer
  • Teach children to eat mainly at mealtimes.
  • Ensure that children sit down ar a table to eat.
  • Be prepared for messy mealtimes.

Question 4

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Do not give sweets or chocolates to a child. this is like saying "Here's somthing nice after eating those nasty greens."
Answer
  • Do not use food as a punishment, reward, bribe or threat.
  • Presentation is important.
  • Avoid adding salt to any food.

Question 5

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Always involve the children in making choices as far as possible.
Answer
  • Never give a young child whole nuts to eat.
  • Set an example.
  • Introduce new foods in stages.

Question 6

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Most young children need three small meals and three snacks a day.
Answer
  • Offer a wide variety of different foods.
  • Teach children to eat mainly at mealtimes.
  • Be prepared for messy mealtimes.

Question 7

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Children should be supervised and monitored to ensure that they eat an appropriate amount of food safely to reduce the risk of choking.
Answer
  • Do not use food as a punishment, reward, bribe, or threat.
  • Ensure that children sit down at a table to eat.
  • Teach children to eat mainly at mealtimes.

Question 8

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Colours, shapes, themes and characters help with this.
Answer
  • Presentation is important.
  • Introduce new foods in stages.
  • Never give a young child whole nuts to eat.

Question 9

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Avoid adding this to any food.
Answer
  • Nuts
  • Colours
  • Salt

Question 10

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How do you decide how much a child wants to eat?
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  • Introduce new foods in stages.
  • Allow children to follow their own individual appetites.
  • Teach children to eat mainly at mealtimes.

Question 11

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Children can easily choke on a small pieces or even inhale it.
Answer
  • Salt
  • Variety of different foods.
  • Nuts
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