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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
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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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According to Erikson, at what stage do babies learn whether or not the world around them is safe? A. Industry versus inferiority B. Initiative versus guilt C. Autonomy versus shame D. Trust versus mistrust
Weegy: B. Initiative versus guilt User: At what age is it typical for a child to begin testing the word "no"? A. Infant B. Preschooler C. Toddler D. School age Weegy: It is typical for a preschooler to begin testing the word "no". (More)
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According to Erikson, babies learn whether or not the world around them is safe at the trust versus mistrust stage.
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In order to help children feel they have some personal power over their world, it is important to offer them choices and to say “__________” to them as seldom as possible. A. no B. yes C. because I said so D. maybe
Weegy: The answer is A. No User: Physical movement increases __________ to the brain, helping children think well and focus better. A. blood flow B. carbon dioxide C. vitamin C D. antioxidants (More)
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In order to help children feel they have some personal power over their world, it is important to offer them choices and to say “NO” to them as seldom as possible.


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Physical movement increases BLOOD FLOW to the brain, helping children think well and focus better.


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__________ between children provide a caregiver a teachable moment to help children learn to see other viewpoints. A. Friendships B. Conflicts C. Sharing D. Games
Weegy: Conflicts between children provide a caregiver a teachable moment to help children learn to see other viewpoints. (More)
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In order for children to master prosocial behavior, they must obtain and maintain friendships. The first step in this is: A. learning to successfully enter play. B. caring how your actions affect others. C. willingness to work at perspective-taking. D. prosocial behavior.
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In order for children to master prosocial behavior, they must obtain and maintain friendships. The first step in this is caring how your actions affect other.
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