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1. Sensory Discrimination is defined by under-responsiveness and over-responsiveness
2. Is a pre-schooler who is crying non-stop after a trip to a busy shopping mall without apparent reason
3. Sensory Integration development is described in two parts
4. Sensory Overload includes fight, flight, fright and freeze
5. Winnie the Pooh, as a character who experiences stress but always seems to find a strategy or ask for appropriate help, activity level is
6. Two children are observed – both are very active in the classroom. Child 1 moves or gets up and sharpens his pencil and then gets his work done. Child 2 moves and keeps on and never seems to complete tasks effectively
7. A child/adult who seeks lots of feedback/ stimuli to hit the just right zone and who performs exceptionally well under pressure might have a sensory profile named:
8. When humans go into flight/fight/freeze mode they have access to optimal reasoning and planning skills
9. Visual Perception is how accurately I interpret what I hear
10. _________ is the best medicine for a group of children/ adults with different sensory needs, in order to get them to attend optimally
11. To get a child’s attention you can start speaking in a
12. To calm high energies in the classroom you can provide
13. Children can perform best in a
14. Rhythmical vestibular input is calming
15. A movement seeker, a dormant child and a sensitive child could benefit standing in line in the following order
16. The classroom environment is too noisy. You can offer a ________
17. Choose the correct TWO options: Alerting activities include:
18. After giving instructions to children or adults, we could offer ____ seconds processing time
19. When do we investigate sensory dysfunction? If it interferes with
20. Who should practice and learn to access the just right zone at will, in order to enable children to learn to self-regulation strategies