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Attempt 2 Written: Jan 2, 2021 6:06 PM - Jan 2, 2021 7:38 PM Submission View Your quiz has been submitted successfully. n 1 2.5 / 2.5 points Bonita is interested in enhancing children's learning in the block center. Which of the following activities has the potential to enhance children's learning? Question options: Field trips to a lumber yard to gather wood scraps and props for the block center Group block talks where they discuss the rules for cleaning up the center Assigning all children to the block center and rotating them through the center every fifteen minutes Encouraging children to build a structure quickly so that they can use it for dramatic play on 2.5 / 2.5 points Which of these teachers reflects the approach to block building accessories emphasized in the textbook? Question options: "I observe the children in the center and add materials based on their level of block building and interests." "I provide blocks but no accessories to the children in my classroom. I find that then they concentrate on block building and do not get distracted by the accessories." "I work very hard at the beginning of the year to provide a rich variety of block accessories. Once the center is established then I do not need to worry about it the rest of the year." "I change the block center each week to match our weekly theme. For example, when we were working on the letter "H" I added items like a helicopter, helium balloon, and horses to the block area." 2.5 / 2.5 points Children use more private speech in __________ centers than in any other center.
Question options: block dramatic play literacy building on 2.5 / 2.5 points Sabrina is working with toddlers. Which of the following would be an appropriate expectation of what to expect in their play? Question options: The children will engage in reciprocal relationships. The children will engage in long periods of cooperative play. The children will carry out a pre-defined theme. The children will coordinate the role and plot for several children before beginning to play. 2.5 / 2.5 points Clean up can be a challenge in the block center. Following are strategies used by four different teachers to assist with clean up. According to information in the textbook, which would be the most effective strategy? Question options: "I reduced the number of blocks in the area. This way it is not so overwhelming at clean up."
"Children who are in the block area when the bell rings to signal the end of center time are assigned to clean the area. If they do not have all the blocks put away in a reasonable amount of time then they are not allowed to play there the next day." "I make clean up a game. For example, some days we play beat the clock seeing how many blocks we can pick up before a timer rings." "I am now using boxes rather than shelves in the block center. It is much quicker to just put the blocks in a box rather than place them on a shelf." on 2.5 / 2.5 points Which would be a true statement regarding toddler block building?

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