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Question: How can the educator guide Erin with her pro-social skills?
CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Unit Code - CHCECE017 Unit Name - Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood I think it's fine that Charlie should be allowed to complete a puzzle on his own. Educator could suggest that Erin could ask Charlie that they complete the puzzle together and if Charlie wants to continue the puzzle by himself, Erin can be encouraged to find another floor puzzle to do and tell Charlie that she would like to do the snake puzzle when he has finished... QUESTION 10 SCENARIO - THE CUBBY Preschoolers, Dom, Ahmed, Aleah & Gia had spent the morning making a cubby on the verandah. They asked the educator, Lexie, if they could have their lunch in the cubby. Lexie agreed but on the proviso that the children put away all of the excess materials that they had accumulated whilst building the cubby. “But there’s too much,” said Dom. “Yeah, it will take forever and ever to clean up,” said Ahmed. “I know”, said Gia. “The boys can pick up the blocks and the girls can pick up the blankets.” “Ok”, said Aleah. “No, that’s not fair”, said Dom,” there are too many blocks.” The children began to argue. Lexie intervened. “How about every one pick up four things and put them away and then we’ll see how much is left.” The children agreed. “Well done,” said Lexie, “now let’s see… I can see two blocks, a blanket, two pillows and three boxes. “ Lexie then asked each child in turn what they would like to put away. In no time the area was tidy and the children were ready for their cubby house lunch. a) Were the choices given appropriate or inappropriate? Explain your reasoning and give an alternative choice where your response is that the choice was inappropriate.

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