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Real Care Baby Quiz & Baby Shower Day Day #2

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  1. Real Care Baby Quiz & Baby Shower DayDay #2

  2. Baby Shower & Baby Care Everyone will grab their goodies and then we will begin to watch the Real Care Baby video. As a reminder…there should be NO cell phones or electronics out. There will be a QUIZ when the video is over. It is important for you to pay attention as this is the only time we will go over how to care for baby.

  3. List the four types of care you will provide for “Baby.” • List three other sounds “Baby” makes:

  4. Before you can provide care for Baby, you must hear the ____________ that means Baby recognizes you. • T/F Baby can tell the difference between the parent ID and the babysitter ID • Baby will record neglect if it takes you longer than ____ minute(s) to care for Baby • T/F You have to chime AND figure out what Baby wants in this period of time

  5. Although real infants my be fussy for long periods of time, Baby will not be fussy for more than ____ minute(s) • What happens if Baby is roughly handled, abused, or its head is not supported? • There are many things that you can do to prevent rough handling and head support failure; list two.

  6. List three things that can permanently stain Baby’s skin • What can you do to help protect Baby from stains? • How can you simulate bathing Baby?

  7. Bonus- At a minimum, what are the most basic pieces of equipment you need to take care of baby (you need to check for all these things before taking baby home!)

  8. List the four types of care you will provide for “Baby.” • Diaper • Rock • Feed • Burp • 2. List three other sounds “Baby” makes: • Coo • Cough • Breathe

  9. Before you can provide care for Baby, you must hear the chime that means Baby recognizes you. • T/F Baby can tell the difference between the parent ID and the babysitter ID • Baby will record neglect if it takes you longer than 2minute(s) to care for Baby • T/F You have to chime AND figure out what Baby wants in this period of time

  10. Although real infants my be fussy for long periods of time, Baby will not be fussy for more than 3 minute(s) • What happens if Baby is roughly handled, abused, or its head is not supported? • Baby will cry/shriek; the event will be recorded • There are many things that you can do to prevent rough handling and head support failure; list two. • Always carefully support the neck • Don’t let others mess around with baby

  11. List three things that can permanently stain Baby’s skin • Ink/Marker • Clothing Dye (crocking) • Newsprint • + MUCH MUCH MORE • What can you do to help protect Baby from stains? • Keep Baby clothed and wrapped in a blanket as much as possible • How can you simulate bathing Baby? • A damp washcloth or Magic Eraser-type cleaner

  12. Bonus- At a minimum, what are the most basic pieces of equipment you need to take care of baby (you need to check for all these things before taking baby home!) • An ID (there are 2; a “parent” and a “babysitter”) • 2 diapers (one GREEN and one YELLOW) • A Special Bottle (there’s a sensor in the tip)

  13. Other “GOOD TO KNOWS” • The baby can be abused during quiet time and day care. Don’t let others handle baby. • If other people abuse baby, it is still your fault. YOU are the parent; Baby is your responsibility. • Babies are set on the same difficulty level, but they will not run the same simulation. The programs are based on how actual 3 month old infants behaved during a 24 hour period.

  14. FAQs • Where does the baby sleep? Does it sleep? • Kind of. When it’s “breathing” it’s sleeping. When it’s not doing anything, it’s sleeping. At night, I’d recommend keeping baby close to your bed when you sleep but not in bed with you (you could roll over and push it off) • What do you do about driving? • Baby belongs in its carrier in the back seat. Pull over and care for it if you can. Let it go and record the time you missed a care if you can’t. • What if you are in sports with the wristband? • Talk with your scheduling instructor. You may be granted permission to not wear the wristband have to keep a journal of all cares you provided.

  15. FAQs Continued… • Can I name baby? • Yes, as long as it isn’t obscene • What do I do if I have a problem? • Text or call the number on your wristband. This should only be used in case of emergency. • Who takes off my wristband. • The instructor and ONLY the instructor when you check in.

  16. Baby Demo How do I know what baby needs? As a parent or caregiver, you will soon to get to know baby and what their cries mean. First, always try to feed baby. If that doesn’t work, try to change the diaper, if that doesn’t work, the last option is to rock and burp your baby. Teacher Demonstration 

  17. Demonstration…Your Turn!  We will have 10 groups of 3. You will be practicing with the baby that I give you. Please try out both the “parent” and “babysitter” sensors to make sure they both work. Remember…you must use the sensor and hear it chime BEFORE taking care of baby! Make sure you hold the sensor in the right place of the stomach or back…whichever you choose!

  18. While taking care of baby…Read Chapter 10 (pgs 253-271) and answer the following: • In your own words, define challenging behaviors. • Terms like discipline and punishment related to how you hand a child’s challenging behaviors. Describe what you see as the difference between the two terms. • Describe a positive guidance approach. Explain why it is best practice when dealing with children. • Describe 5 specific Positive Guidance Techniques to support young children developing positive behaviors. • Describe 3 specific Developmentally Appropriate alternatives to “Time Out” for promoting positive behavior for young children.

  19. Answers…Swap with a friend sitting next to you. This will be recorded in the gradebook as completion only. • In your own words, define challenging behaviors. • Terms like discipline and punishment related to how you hand a child’s challenging behaviors. Describe what you see as the difference between the two terms. • Describe a positive guidance approach. Explain why it is best practice when dealing with children. • Describe 5 specific Positive Guidance Techniques to support young children developing positive behaviors. • Describe 3 specific Developmentally Appropriate alternatives to “Time Out” for promoting positive behavior for young children.