creative play

posted by bev

Concepts of math, science, and social studies can be developed through the use of:

A. community involvement.
B. blocks.
C. thematic intelligence.
D. small motor equipment.

  1. Ms. Sue

    Blocks??? How does your text describe this usage?

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