Early Childhood Ed.

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Careful teacher supervision and the
establishment of rules are keys to
preventing the chances of unintentional
injuries during indoor and outdoor play.
What is the most important quality of
a good free-play supervisor?

1. Someone who knows when and how to
intervene in settling a dispute or
preventing an accident.

2. Someone who enjoys children.

3. Someone who gets involved in the
children's play by talking and
asking questions.

4. Someone who goes over the rules
repeatedly with the children.


Wouldn't the correct answer be #1?











Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Definitely "yes" but #2 is a "close second!"

Can someone else please give input.

I agree that # 1 is the best answer. A free-play supervisor must be able to mediate differences and protect the children.

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