Mrs Miller sees Brittany putting Legos from the manipulative shelf into her

Mrs miller sees brittany putting legos from the

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Mrs. Miller sees Brittany putting Legos from the manipulative shelf into her book bag. According to constructive discipline, Mrs. Miller should: Question options: Brittany immediately and discuss why stealing is wrong. ss that no one will go out for recess until the Legos are returned. ny to show her book bag to Mrs. Miller. any a chance to return the Legos on her own without confrontation. When children have arguments about sharing toys, it is usually because young children have: Question options: ed cognitive skills. thinking patterns. ed social skills. ped language skills. Knowing what to expect, having consistent limits, and having a reliable organization for materials all lead to _______________, helping to keep children safe. Question options:
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Cary has not completed his math assignment all week. His basic skills test from early in the year shows him in the top five percent of all second-grade students in math reasoning. What should Cary's teacher do? Question options: the choice of completing it now or at recess. at Cary may be bored and create more challenging work for him. the choice of completing the work now or for homework. at Cary may be confused and may need remedial work. The type of written observation that involves recording each time a child displays a particular behavior, such as hitting, is called:
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her turn. According to constructive discipline, an appropriate consequence for Kim would be to send her: Question options: t for five minutes and then allow her to have a turn. ple chopping and tell her she has lost her turn. ple chopping after she has apologized to Molly. ple chopping and tell her she may return when she is ready to wait for her turn. Which one of the following statements about lying is TRUE? Question options: ldren often lie because they are confused between what is real and pretend. ldren cannot be held accountable for lying since they cannot understand the term. ldren who get fact and fantasy mixed up become adults who lie. ldren can be taught to tell the truth by giving them natural consequences for lying. Hitting, kicking, biting, and spitting can be an indication that a child is having trouble with emotional regulation skills or that she needs help with __________ skills. Question options:
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