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When preparing an environment for school-aged children, the caregiver should ensure that the
A. environment resembles their school setting.
B. children are continually intermixed with the younger children.
C. outdoor area allows them to continually challenge their physical ability.
D. children have the opportunity to relax in a homelike atmosphere.


my answer is d

  • child care -

    You're probably right, but children also need a place to exercise. The only thing I don't like about C is "continually challenge their physical ability."

  • child care -

    Is this a Penn-Foster class?

  • child care -

    yes, part 2. its harder then the other.

  • child care -

    Judging from the questions you've posted tonight, it's also not a very good class.

    This question is a good example. Children need both an outdoor place to run and play and blow off steam, they also need a homey place to relax and veg out after school. In addition, they should also have a quiet place for homework.

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