Posted by Tamera on Monday, July 9, 2007 at 7:43pm.
I have a couple of questions that I
need help with.
1. An example of a responsive enviroment
for infants and toddlers would be:
A. keeping children in their cribs.
B. picking up children when they cry.
C. keeping children with other
children at all times.
D. keeping toys in a large toy box.
2. Appropriate toys in an inclusive
classroom for infants and toddlers
A. wooden blocks and jigsaw puzzles
B. dress-up clothes and story books
C. picture books and soft pillows
D. paint and color markers
Would the best answer for question #1 be (B) picking up children when they cry?
And the best answer for question #2
be (C) picture books and soft pillows?
Can you give me some input on these questions, please?
I agree with both of your answers. :-)
I agree with Ms. Sue!
I agree with Miss Sandra, who agrees with Ms. Sue, who (in turn) agrees with you.
#2 is a little tricky because some of those things are ok for a Toddler program, but not infant. And it asked about an infant and toddler program.
Good work. Unless we're all wrong :)
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