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2.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich is NOT true of natural consequences?Question options:te.elated to the action.on the child's behavior.er are created.If a child accidentally hurts another child and the teacher has him help the other child get ice or a Band-Aid so that he can see the results of his carelessness, this is a form of:Question options:Joby pushes Becky down on the playground and she skins her knee. What would be an appropriate consequence?Question options:the fence for the rest of recess.called to come and pick him up.e rest of his recess helping Becky take care of her knee.walk laps around the playground.
When Billy accidentally trips Jenny on the playground, Jenny skins her knee. Mrs. Kelly sends Billy to help Jenny clean up her knee. Mrs. Kelly is giving Billy a __________ consequence.Question options:Two second-grade girls are caught throwing wet toilet paper all over the girls' restroom. What is an appropriate related consequence for the girls?Question options:the next day at in-school-suspension.outside playtime writing an apology letter to the janitor.the day cleaning restrooms with the janitor.teacher escort them to the restroom for one week.What is an appropriate related consequence for a child who hits another child?Question options:A child uses materials in a center inappropriately and the teacher explains that he cannot return to that center until