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evaluate different ways of positively reinforcing an individual's participation in a range of new activities in the care setting
Positive reinforcers are rewards that entice your child to do a task more frequently or on time. [ Examples: Choice of activities; Time or lunch with someone special; Increased recess time; Compliments and recognition; Public praise, positive notes to parents and teachers; Pats on the back, smiles, hand-shakes, and high-fives; Being the teacher's helper or choice of
classroom chores; Reading, making crafts, playing sports, or other preferred activity with someone special; Extra credit or bonus points on school work; Posting work in a place of honor; and A homework-free night. for more: ]
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