# Early Child Ed.

I need help with this question:

Children will generally select
equipment based on :

A) their prior success with
the equipment.

B) the size of the equipment.

C) the brightness and boldness of
the equipment's colors.

D) the opportunity for challenge
presented by the equipment.

This is what my text states:

Children will generally select equipment
with which they can have the greatest
success and will vary their choices
according to need and developmental
progression.

(A)their prior success with the
equipment

(or)

(D) the opportunity for challenge
presented by the equipment

I am thinking A is the best answer.

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1. I would agree.

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2. Yes. A is the best answer. A child might be enticed to a challenging piece of equipment by his peers -- but on his own, the child will choose the equipment with which he's had success.

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Ms. Sue

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