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Early Childhood Development Quiz

Courtesy of Save the Children

Did you know that kids from poor families are less likely to be read to — a critical step for learning to read. Test your knowledge of Early Childhood Development. The more you know, the more you can do your part to help kids in need!

1
Which of these is a benefit of early childhood development?
  1. Improved reading skills
  2. Increased comfort and confidence at school
  3. Higher IQs
  4. All of the above
2
When does most of a child's brain development occur?
  1. Ages 0 to 6
  2. Ages 7 to 12
  3. Ages 13 to 17
  4. After 18
3
Which of these is most important in Early Childhood Development?
  1. Playing with kids
  2. Reading to kids
  3. Teaching kids long division
  4. Both the first and second option are correct
4
When should you start reading to your child?
  1. At birth
  2. At age 1
  3. At age 4
  4. At age 6
5
When do children start to learn the English language?
  1. As soon as they are born
  2. Once they learn to talk
  3. Once they have started school
  4. Once they can read on their own
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