Three-year-old Lucretia conducts an experiment at playtime. She collects sand and then dumps it into a puddle of water. She mixes the sand and water until it's just the right consistency for her. Several times, Lucretia smushes the mixture between her hands and watches it ooze out. In no time, two other children have come over to Lucretia's mixture and put their hands in also. Next the three of them gather some sand toys and begin making cakes with the mixture. As they share their cakes, another child joins in. This is an example of A. behavior contagion. B. webbing. C.
logico-mathematical knowledge building. D. one-to-one correspondence.
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Three-year-old Lucretia conducts an experiment at playtime. She collects sand and then dumps it into a puddle of water. She mixes the sand and water until it's just the right consistency for her. [ Several times, Lucretia smushes the mixture between her hands and watches it ooze out. In no time, two other children have come over to Lucretia's mixture and put their hands in also. Next the three of them gather some sand toys and begin making cakes with the mixture. As they share their cakes, another child joins in. This is an example of: behavior contagion. ]
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According to constructivist researchers Kamii and DeVries, the two basic science concepts through which children learn physical knowledge are: Change and movement.
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