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Which would not be a benefit for a child
when their parent participates in their classroom?

1.the child feels special and important.

2.the child feels transitory distress
by having to say good-bye to a parent
twice in one morning.

3.the child's feeling of security
increases.

4.the parent gains knowledge of the
child's learning process.

#2, the child feels transitory distress by having to say good-bye to a parent twice in one morning,would be the correct answer. Right?

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