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Attempt 1 (8 wrong) answer is aWritten: Nov 23, 2020 12:36 PM - Nov 23, 2020 2:09 PMSubmission ViewYour quiz has been submitted successfully.2.5 / 2.5 pointsTo design an effective dramatic play center, which of the
following criteria would you follow?Question options:eight so that the area does not seem too smallrts so children can create what they needquiet area of the classroomso children are encouraged to use their imaginationWhich would be a true statement regarding toddler block
building?Question options:oo young to engage in block building therefore it is best to use this space for other more important areas.are able to create simple buildings with blocks so it is important to have pictures of buildings in the block area.and types of blocks should be available to toddlers so that they can begin to explore weight and size.h blocks are best for toddlers because they are easier for toddlers to manipulate.Which of the following teachers is providing the children in
her classroom the needed opportunity to develop skills through block building?Question options:l classroom so I rotate the block and dramatic play center since children develop the same skills in both centers."small classroom and so have added Legos and other small building blocks to my manipulative center rather than having a seper that contains unit blocks and props."ve
Which of the following are effective ways that we can assist
preschool children to maintain play episodes?Question options:children's play from the sidelinesou play with the children every day until they learn the plotons such as, "What will you do next?"ript for children to enactSabrina is working with toddlers. Which of the following
would be an appropriate expectation of what to expect in their play?Question options:will engage in reciprocal relationships.will engage in long periods of cooperative play.will carry out a pre-defined theme.will coordinate the role and plot for several children before beginning to play.Symbolic representation is an important part of play. At
what age do most children begin to first demonstrate this?Question options:Children who are effective in joining play use which of the
following play-entry strategies?Question options:
observing the other children and participating in parallel play.
tely jump into the play stating the role they will play.ks up to the group and asks the group "Can I play?"g the play, the child takes over the role of leader assigning the roles.Frances is struggling distinguishing the difference between a band a d. Her teacher would be wise to:Question options:to spend time in the block center.ksheets home each evening to practice<em> b's</em> and <em>d's</em>.</p>confusing letters each day in group time.side during center time to work with her.