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Asking a child to form the shapes of letters of the alphabet with their bodies is an example of a physical education task that reinforces knowledge from _______________. A).communication
B). reading C). spelling D).language arts
Asking a child to form the shapes of letters of the alphabet with their bodies is an example of a physical education task that reinforces knowledge from _______________. A).communication
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User: Asking a child to form the shapes of letters of the alphabet with their bodies is an example of a physical education task that reinforces knowledge from _______________. A).communication B). reading C). spelling D).language arts

Weegy: Asking a child to form the shapes of letters of the alphabet with their bodies is an example of a physical education task that reinforces knowledge from _______________. A).communication
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User: Which of the following would likely be the most effective way to inform parents about your program? A). develop a web page that they can use to monitor their children’s progress in class. B). inviting parents to attend classes or after-school physical activity opportunities C). incorporating homework for students that they need to sign off on D).Sending frequent newsletters to parents

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