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A mother and toddler are having trouble separating from each other on the first day of child care. Which of the following strategies is most likely to be effective to help the situation?

▸ Ask the mother and toddler to rehearse a proven departure technique - saying goodbye with minimal interaction - several weeks before the first day of child care.

▸ Ask the mother to leave quickly once the toddler is involved in activities, without any interaction.

▸ Ask the mother to interact extensively with the toddler, just before her departure, playing with her, showing her materials, and introducing her to peers.

▸ Ask the mother to explain the departure to the toddler ahead of time and suggest activities, but not to play with her on their arrival at the center.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Ask the mother to explain the departure to the toddler ahead of time and suggest activities, but not to play with her on their arrival at the center.
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