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An appropriate sensory-motor activity for a child up to eight months of age is

A. touching toys of different shapes, sizes, and textures.
B. playing with puzzles with a few large pieces.

C. drawing with crayons or markers.

D. stringing large beads on a shoelace.


I think it's A

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    I watched a six-month old who had never played with a ball play with a small one. He spent 20 minutes watching it roll across the floor, chasing it, and squeaking it. He learned what it could do -- and then lost interest. He'd mastered it.

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