High density or crowding can be caused by which of

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High density or crowding can be caused by which of the following Question from EARLY CHIL EC440 at Ashworth College

Question 7   5 / 5 points Which of the following comments by child care providers reflects the desired design outcomes discussed in the textbook ?
 Question options : " I have eliminated all the soft items in my classroom because they are difficult to clean and can harbor germs . "
Question 8   5 / 5 points Which of the following statements accurately reflects the role of texture in the early childhood environment ? Question options :
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Question 10   5 / 5 points Tessa went to a garage sale to buy materials for her childcare . She needs shelving for storing the children 's toys and children 's chairs , and children 's tables . She can afford to buy only one . Which of the following materials would be best to buy based on the criteria found in the textbook ?
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Question 55 / 5 pointsHigh density or crowding can be caused by which of the following?Question options:Too small a roomA poor arrangement of spaceHaving some popular and some unpopular learning centersAll of the above
Question 65 / 5 pointsWhich would be an important consideration for developing a preschool classroom?
Question 75 / 5 pointsWhich of the following comments by child care providers reflects the desireddesign outcomes discussed in the textbook?
Question 85 / 5 pointsWhich of the following statements accurately reflects the role of texture in the early childhood environment?
Question 95 / 5 pointsWhich would be an accurate statement about children's vocabulary development?Question options:At about 18 months children begin a naming explosion, where they gain 50-100 new words per month.Children are more likely to learn verbs than nouns when they begin to acquire words.It is best for children to learn vocabulary from their peers because it is more likely to be at their developmental level.Vocabulary development is important but has little impact on reading success.

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