Appropriate materials and equipment for outdoor play should contain Question

Appropriate materials and equipment for outdoor play

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Question 34 2.5 / 2.5 points Appropriate materials and equipment for outdoor play should contain: Question options:a) a lot of immovable parts.b) some loose parts.c) large, simple, steel units designed for a single purpose.d) hard, strong surfaces for ground cover. Question 35 2.5 / 2.5 points Outdoor storage should have which of the following characteristics? Question 362.5 / 2.5 pointsAccording to brain research, all of the following emotions are commonly seen in the classroom EXCEPT: Question 370 / 2.5 pointsProfessional organizations for teachers have a set of standards for establishing high-quality classroom environments. These standards indicate that the classroomenvironment should support:
Question 382.5 / 2.5 pointsA representative of a parent group affiliated with the school approaches a teacher about making improvements to the playground. She asks for suggestions from the teacher about establishing a creative, safe play environment for students. What are good suggestions the teacher can offer? Question options:a) Remove all the existing equipment and replace the surface with natural materials that provide
some cushioning so that wide, open spaces are maximized.b) Gather information onchildren's preferencesand developmentally appropriate play spaces, consider how many children can be accommodated by each piece of equipment, designate areas in which children can engage indifferent types of outdoor activities, and consider how to make the playground accessible to children with special needs.c) Hire a professional designer to make the playground visually appealing to adults and install as much stationary new equipment as the group can afford.d) Focus on inexpensive equipment (e.g., balls,hula hoops, jump ropes, hopscotch) to get the most for the money spent. Question 39 2.5 / 2.5 points The major reason for using a planning board is to:
Question 402.5 / 2.5 pointsThe teacher values the interactions of many environments, such as family, school, neighborhood, and peers that are all connected. Who would support this classroom practice? Attempt Score: 95 / 100 - 95 % Overall Grade (highest attempt) : 95 / 100 - 95 % Done

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