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Which of the following is an example of an appropriate activity-plan objective?
A. The child puts the story characters in sequence on the flannel board.
B. The child feels good about his or her participation in the activity.
C. Children think about seeds and leaves.
D. The adult selects appropriate materials for the children to use.

My answer is a.

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