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Submission View Your quiz has been submitted successfully. 2.5 / 2.5 points The most popular pantomime is: Question options: mpty." nt." Muffet." y Spider." When reading poetry, it is important to remember: Question options: e end of each line. t through with no pauses. punctuation and stop at the periods. bove Which of the following is the worst choice for a flannel board? Question options: vas with felt on one side board with flannel on both sides ster board with felt on one side dboard with flannel on one side The main goal in introducing children to poetry is:
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Question options: lue it holds. easure and enjoyment with this language art. ulary. Alphabet Song." "She is sweet as pie," is an example of: Question options: n. Poetry often builds its unique rhythm: Question options: ted syllables. words within words. mas and colons. nonsense words. Types of flannel board activities that can be presented to preschoolers include: Question options: ngs. es.
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nce ones. ve Children are just as interested in __________ as they are in narrative stories for flannel boards. Question options: ics es Mother Goose poems typically have: Question options: ty lines. acters. words. m and cadence. A poem that does not rhyme is called: Question options: above
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Dramatizing and playacting engages language skills in children by: Question options: g sequencing of events, listening, and learning speech lines. kills for standardized tests. ldren to act out their fears and aggressions. ers a way to evaluate their students' speaking abilities.
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