Early Childhood Ed.

When a teacher shows children how to do
a sponge painting with geometric shapes
and then shows pictures of geometric
shapes during group time,the teacher is
probably using art to:

A. create seat work
B. discourage child-directed activities
C. teach each ativity separately
D. extend learning in another curricular
area.

Isn't he extending learning in another
curricular area?






Yes.

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