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Which of the following is the best description of a cognitive approach to teaching self-help skills in toddlerhood?

▸ Adults rely on natural consequences to teach children skills. If children do not use the toilet, for example, the discomfort of wet pants will create the incentive to do so next time.

▸ Adults give children tangible rewards for performing self-help behaviors.

▸ Adults help children understand the importance of these skills and the positive consequences of learning them.

▸ Adults establish a bond with children and so become powerful models in their lives. They then demonstrate self-help behaviors and toddlers copy these.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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