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  • 1. CSI Jeopardy Game A B C D E Q 100 Q 200 Q 300 Q 400 Q 500 Q 100 Q 100 Q 100 Q 100 Q 200 Q 200 Q 200 Q 200 Q 300 Q 300 Q 300 Q 300 Q 400 Q 400 Q 400 Q 400 Q 500 Q 500 Q 500 Q 500 Final Jeopardy
  • 2. Question A (Score 100) Child is not enrolled, not attending training, or not involved in age-appropriate productive activity or job. Infant or preschooler is not played with.
  • 3. Answer for A (Score 100) VERY BAD (1)
  • 4. Question A (Score 200) Child has behavioral problems, including stealing, early sexual activity, and/or other risky or disruptive
  • 5. Answer for A (Score 200) VERY BAD (1)
  • 6. Question A (Score 300) Child has received all or almost all necessary health care treatment and preventive services
  • 7. Answer for A (Score 300) GOOD (4)
  • 8. Question A (Score 400) Child enrolled in school/training but attends irregularly or shows up inconsistently for productive activity/job.Younger child played with sometimes but not daily
  • 9. Answer for A (Score 400) FAIR (3)
  • 10. Question A (Score 500) Child received medical treatment when ill, but some health care services (e.g. immunizations) are not received.
  • 11. Answer for A (Score 500) FAIR (3)
  • 12. Question B (Score100) Child has serious problems with learning and performing in life or developmental skills.
  • 13. Answer for B (Score 100) VERY BAD (1)
  • 14. Question B (Score 200) Child is disobedient to adults and frequently does not interact well with peers, guardian, or others at home or school. Child is disobedient to adults and frequently does not interact well with peers, guardian, or others at home or school.
  • 15. Answer for B (Score 200) BAD (2)
  • 16. Question B (Score 300) In past month, child has been healthy and active, with no fever, diarrhea, or other illnesses
  • 17. Answer for B (Score 300) GOOD (4)
  • 18. Question B (Score 400) Child has no access to any legal protection services and is being legally exploited.
  • 19. Answer for B (Score 400) VERY BAD (1)
  • 20. Question B (Score 500) Child only sometimes, or inconsistently receives needed health care services (treatment or preventive
  • 21. Answer from B (Score 500) BAD (2)
  • 22. Question C (Score 100) Child has minor problems getting along with others and argues or gets into fights sometimes
  • 23. Answer for C (Score 100) FAIR (3)
  • 24. Question C (Score 200) Child is learning and gaining skills poorly or is falling behind. Infant or preschool child is gaining skills more slowly than peers
  • 25. Answer for C (Score 200) BAD (2)
  • 26. Question C (Score 300) In past month, child has been ill most of the time (chronically ill).
  • 27. Answer for C (Score 300) VERY BAD (1)
  • 28. Question C (Score 400) Child rarely or never, receives the necessary health care services .
  • 29. Answer for C (Score 400) VERY BAD (1)
  • 30. Question C (Score 500) In past month, child was ill and less active for a few days (1 to 3 days), but he/she participated in some activities.
  • 31. Answer for C (Score 500) FAIR (3)
  • 32. Question D (Score100 ) Child seems happy, hopeful, and content
  • 33. Answer for D (Score 100) GOOD (1)
  • 34. Question D (Score 200) Child likes to play with peers and participates in group or family activities
  • 35. Answer for D (Score 200) GOOD (4)
  • 36. Question D (Score 300) Child is enrolled in and attending school/training regularly. Infants or preschoolers play with caregiver. Older child has appropriate job
  • 37. Answer for D (Score 300) GOOD (1)
  • 38. Question D (Score 400) Child is learning well and developing life skills moderately well, but caregivers, teachers, or other leaders have some concerns about progress
  • 39. Answer for D (Score 400) FAIR (3)
  • 40. Question D (Score 500) Child is mostly happy but occasionally he/she is anxious, or withdrawn. Infant may be crying, irritable, or not sleeping well some of the time.
  • 41. Answer for D (Score 500) FAIR (3)
  • 42. Question E (Score 100) In past month, child was often (more than 3 days) too ill for school, work, or play
  • 43. Answer for E (Score 100) BAD (2)
  • 44. Question E (Score 200) Child seems hopeless, sad, withdrawn, wishes could die, or wants to be left alone. Infant may refuse to eat, sleep poorly, or cry a lot.
  • 45. Answer for E (Score 200) VERY BAD(1)
  • 46. Question E (Score 300) Child is often withdrawn, irritable, anxious, unhappy, or sad. Infant may cry frequently or often be inactive
  • 47. Answer for E (Score 300) BAD (2)
  • 48. Question E (Score 400) Child is learning well, developing life skills, and progressing as expected by caregivers, teachers, or other leaders.
  • 49. Answer for E (Score 400) GOOD (4)
  • 50. Question E (Score 500) Child enrolled in school or has a job but he/she rarely attends. Infant or preschool child is rarely played with
  • 51. Answer E (Score 500) BAD (2)
  • 52. Winning question (Score 100) Child is well grown with good height, weight, and energy level for his/her age.
  • 53. Answer for winning question (Score 100) GOOD (4)