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Maria Montessori first began working with _______ children. A. very smart B. retarded C. ill D. wealthy
Maria Montessori first began working with C. retarded children.
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User: Maria Montessori first began working with _______ children. A. very smart B. retarded C. ill D. wealthy

Weegy: Maria Montessori first began working with C. retarded children.
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User: School-age children who are left to supervise themselves after school while their parents work are often referred to as _______ children. A. caring B. privileged C. latchkey D. abandoned

Weegy: School-age children who are left to supervise themselves after school while their parents work are often referred to as LATCHKEY children.
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Weegy: Children learning to print their names is an example of the concepts of growth and development functioning together.
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User: Which developmental theory explains children's behavior in relation to development of thought processes? A. Humanistic B. Learning C. Biological D. Cognitive

Weegy: B. Cognitive
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User: The concept of a separate self which toddlers develop is referred to as A. temperament. B. autonomy. C. fantasy. D. initiative.

Weegy: The concept of a separate self which toddlers develop is referred to as autonomy.
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Weegy: Self concept is how a child: sees himself or herself.
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User: _______ theories consider the child's culture as an important influence on development. A. Behavioral B. Contextual C. Humanistic D. Psychodynamic

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Weegy: The answer is C. Sensory exploration
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