creating environment for learning

which of the following behaviors might be resolved by changing the environment?
a. two children fighting over a toy fire engine.
b. children wandering rather than participating in activities during center time.
c. children climbing on furniture
d. all of the above

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  1. What does your book say about changing the environment?

  2. its d

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  3. I like b, but it could be all of those. How does your book describe changing the environment?

  4. tenille is sitting with a group of preschool children at lunch time. which of the following is an example of an open-ending question?
    a. do you like apples or oranges better
    b. what are the ways that apples and oranges are alike?
    c. what color are the beets?
    d. what do you say when you want Terrence to pass you the meatloaf?

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  5. http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-open-ended-and-closed-ended-questions.html

  6. Right.

  7. thank you

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  8. You're welcome.

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