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A young three-year-old is helping his mother put plates of various sizes and colors away in a kitchen cupboard. Which of the following categorization schemes is the child least likely to use?

▸ A large blue plate is placed in the cupboard and a large tan one on top of that. A small tan plate is now placed on this same pile, followed by a second small tan one, then a large tan one. This continues until all the plates end up in one large pile.

▸ Large blue plates go in one pile; large tan ones go in another. Small blue plates and small tan plates each get their own piles as well.

▸ All large plates go in one pile, small ones in a separate pile.

▸ All the blue plates, regardless of size, go in one pile, all tan plates - both large and small - in another.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Large blue plates go in one pile; large tan ones go in another. Small blue plates and small tan plates each get their own piles as well.
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