EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY

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CHILDREN'S IMAGINATIVE PLAY OFTEN PARALLELS:
a. fantasy
b. children's stories
c. television
d. life situations

For me is (d).Are you agree with me?

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    I surely do! I used to make really good apple pies out of mud and seeds from the trees in the yard. <G>

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