Carrie is planning a block talk with the children in

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Question 252.5 / 2.5 pointsCarrie is planning a block talk with the children in her preschool classroom. The children have been building bridges in the block area. Which is the best way to facilitate block building?Question options:Show the children pictures of neighborhood buildings and discuss themDiscuss photos of the children's block bridgesReinforce the rules of the centerPractice counting the blocks
Question 262.5 / 2.5 pointsSabrina is working with toddlers. Which of the following would be an appropriate expectation of what to expect in their play?
Question 272.5 / 2.5 pointsA center that is supportive to children with disabilities:
Question 282.5 / 2.5 pointsThe children in your toddler classroom are making rows and towers. Which of the following would be themost appropriate choice of materials to add to the block center for this stage of block building?
Question 292.5 / 2.5 points
Amy, a student teacher, is sitting with a small group of children in the block area. What might be an appropriate role for Amy?Question options:Ask the children about the color, shape, and size of each of the blocks they are using.Pointing out that if you cut a square in half you will always get a triangle.Telling the children what they should build.Discuss block building structures with children using mathematical vocabulary during the discussion.
Question 302.5 / 2.5 pointsChildren use more private speech in __________ centers than in any other center.
Question 312.5 / 2.5 pointsSeveral programs use prop boxes for dramatic play. What are the advantages of prop boxes?

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