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One can encourage children to engage in sociodramatic play by
A. involving them in community development decisions.
B. providing easels and paint.
C. demanding that they pay attention to the rules.
D. creating forts and other structures.

I say its C, am i correct?

  • child daycare -

    Oh, no! Sociodramatic play and rules -- no way!

    Didn't you ever throw a blanket over a card table and crawl into your own fort?

    Are you getting these answers from your book??

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