Flashcards in Chapter 6: Health Promotion of School-Age Children (6-12 years) Deck (38):
How much weight do school age children gain each year?
4.4-6.6 lbs each year
How much taller do school age children grow each year?
2 inches per year
When does prepubescence occur?
When does onset of psychologic changes begin?
Around the age of 9 years, particularly in girls
Is visible sexual maturation seen in boys during preadolescence?
What teeth erupt in this stage?
What is Piaget's phase for school-age children?
Piaget: Concrete operations
-Transition from perceptual to ____ thinking
-Masters the concept of _____
-Learns to tell ____
-Classifies more _____
-Able to see the _____ of others
-Able to _____
-Perspective of others
What Erikson's stage is for school aged children?
Industry vs. Inferiority
A sense of industry is achieved through the development of skills and knowledge tat allows the child to provide meaningful ______ to society.
Creating systems that reward successful mastery of skills and tasks can create a sense of ____ in children who are unable to complete the tasks or acquire the skills
Are early school aged chilled able to understand the reasoning behind rules and expectations for behavior?
T/F: Early school aged children believe what they think is wrong, and what others tell them is right
Early school aged children sometimes interpret ____ as punishments
Late school aged children are able to judge the intentions of an act rather than just its ____
Late school aged children understand the ____ instead of just whether or not an act is right or wrong
different points of view
Late school children conceptualizes treating others ______
As they like to be treated~
How is confidence gained in the school age child?
Through establishing a positive self concept
When do the opinions of peers and teachers become more valuable?
Who are more modest about privacy issues: preschoolers or school aged children
Peer pressure happens in this stage (school age)?
When do children become more interested in the opposite sex?
Towards the end of the school age years
What are the age-appropriate activities of school age?
Competitive and cooperative play
What school age does this:
Play simple board games
Collect rocks, stamps, cards, coins, or stuffed animals
Build simple models
Join organized sports (for skill building)
What school age does this:
Collect things/engage in hobbies
Solve jigsaw puzzles
Play board games and card games
Join organized competitive sports
What immunizations do 6 year olds get IF they didn't get it during 4-5 years of age?
Do school aged children need yearly flu?
What vaccines do you get at 11-12 years?
HVP2 or HPV4 *in 3 doses for FEMALEs
HPV4 for males
What health screen needs to be done for school age children?
By the end of school age, children should eat ____ of food.
What is a nutritional concern for the school age children?
At the age of 12, how much sleep is needed each night?
Resistance to bedtime is sometimes experienced around the age of ____, and again around the age of ___, but is typically resolved by the age of __
8 and 9
Again at 11
Resolved by 12
When can a child stop using an approved car restraint system?
145 cm (4 ft, 9 in)
A nurse is discussing prepubescence and preadolescence with a group of parents of school aged children. Which of the following info should the nurse include in the discussion?
A. Initial psychologic changes appear during early childhood
B. Changes in height and weight occur slowly during this period
C. Growth differences between boys and girls becomes evident
D. Signs of sexual maturation become highly visible in boys
A nurse is conducting a well child visit with a child who is scheduled to receive the recommended immunizations for 11-12 year olds. Which of the following should the nurse administer?
C. MCV 4
A, C, D
A nurse is providing education about sleep and rest to a group of parents of school age children Which of he following statements by a parent indicates a need for further teaching?
A. "My child's age influences the number of hours of sleep he needs"
B. "My child's level of activity during the day influences the number of hours of sleep he needs"
C. My child's health status influences the number of hours of sleep he needs"
D. "My child's family history of sleep apnea influences the number of hours of sleep he needs"