5 p To stimulate speaking abilities parents should Question options set aside a

5 p to stimulate speaking abilities parents should

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5pTo stimulate speaking abilities, parents should:Question options:set aside a special time during each day for the child to talk.talk to children naturally, as you would a friend.correct mispronunciations and incorrectly used words.None of the above5pThe teacher's main role in a language arts center is:Question options:to slip in and out when not offering assistance or creating motivation.conducting teacher-directed writing activities.stimulating child excitement.to evaluate children's prereading skills.
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5pWhich one of the following would be the best way to welcome a child into the classroom in the morning when the child's mother drops him off?Question options:"Good morning, Joshua. We have new crayons to use later today.""Good morning, Joshua. Good morning, Mrs. Carr. I need to speak with you about Joshua's behavior whenever you have a chmeet.""Good morning, Joshua. Joshua, go on and get started with your work.""Good morning, Joshua. Good morning Mrs. Carr. Joshua, there are new cars you might like in the block center."5pOne way to encourage reading in the home is to:Question options:buy a lot of books.plan a family reading time.make sure reading time and television time are equal.All of the above5pThe AAP recommends that older preschoolers have screen time limited to:Question options:half an hour per day.an hour per day.two hours per day.
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