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A teacher observes two children playing house and notices that a third is having some difficulty incorporating herself into the game. According to Smilansky's approach, what would be the best way for the teacher to intervene?

▸ Suggest a different game, which will give the child a chance to participate from the beginning.

▸ Involve herself in the game for as long as the children play, so that she can maximize her ability to help the third child participate.

▸ Intervene for a short time, to help the third child become involved, and then allow the children to continue to play on their own.

▸ Introduce props or costumes, which will make it easier for the third child to find a way to become involved.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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3 weeks ago
Intervene for a short time, to help the third child become involved, and then allow the children to continue to play on their own.
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3 weeks ago
Smart ... Thanks!
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