1. Which of the following describes how children use grouping in the early childhood setting?
A. Basic ordering of numbers and identification by written number
B. Spatial relationships and concepts of proximity, separation, enclosure or surrounding, and continuity
C. Matching objects based on a common characteristic such as size, shape, or color
D. Basic operations of numbers including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

1. Which of the following describes how children use grouping in the early childhood setting?
A. Basic ordering of numbers and identification by written number
B. Spatial relationships and concepts of proximity, separation, enclosure or surrounding, and continuity
C. Matching objects based on a common characteristic such as size, shape, or color
D. Basic operations of numbers including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

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Matching objects based on a common characteristic such as size, shape, or color describes how children use grouping in the early childhood setting.

1. Which of the following describes how children use grouping in the early childhood setting? A. Basic ordering of numbers and identification by written number B. Spatial relationships and concepts of proximity, separation, enclosure or surrounding, and continuity C. Matching objects based on a common characteristic such as size, shape, or color D. Basic operations of numbers including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

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