Creating High-Quality Centers

Which of the following teachers is providing the children in the classroom the needed opportunity to
develop skills through block building?
A. "I have a small classroom so I rotate the block and dramatic play center since children develop the same skills in both
centers."
B. "I have a center that contains unit blocks and props."
C. "I also have a small classroom and so have added Lego bricks and other small building blocks to my manipulative center
rather than having a separate block center."
D. "My room is too small for a block center, and the children don't really like it anyway"

My answer is b.

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  1. Yes, B.

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