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Q: When using a constructivist approach to discipline, providing age-appropriate __________ for children is a way to show respect for them. A. discipline B. friends C. choices D.
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A: When using a constructivist approach to discipline, providing age-appropriate CHOICES for children is a way to show respect for them.
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User: When using a constructivist approach to discipline, providing age-appropriate __________ for children is a way to show respect for them. A. discipline B. friends C. choices D. toys

Weegy: A. Discipline
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When using a constructivist approach to discipline, providing age-appropriate CHOICES for children is a way to show respect for them.
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