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A child plays alone, but stops regularly to watch peers interact. According to Parten's theory of social development, what would be the most useful strategy to increase this child's social participation?

▸ Invite peers to join you and this child in an elaborate play theme.

▸ Model for the child how to get peers' attention and join play.

▸ Provide a script, such as "I want to play," to help the child make contact with peers.

▸ Encourage the child to play nearby and parallel to peers.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Encourage the child to play nearby and parallel to peers.
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This helped my grade so much
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