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Which one of the following statements about using activities to help foster development of object permanence and understanding of causality in an infant care classroom is the most accurate?

▸ The same activities would be useful for children with and without special needs.

▸ Activities fostering object permanence are useful only for infants with special needs, activities that focus on causality are useful only for typically developing infants.

▸ These activities would be useful only for children with cognitive delays who have not mastered these concepts.

▸ Simple activities would be useful for infants with cognitive challenges; more complex activities would be useful for typically developing children of the same age.
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Simple activities would be useful for infants with cognitive challenges; more complex activities would be useful for typically developing children of the same age.
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