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A four-year-old informs his Head Start teacher that two peers won't allow him to play with them in the block center. What should the teacher do?

▸ Ask the child to solve this social problem on his own, reflecting on group problem-solving exercises.

▸ Suggest a way that the child might enter the block center and begin to build something exciting.

▸ Teach the child a set of effective words to use - such as "Can I play?" - that will win him entrance into the block play.

▸ Intervene and explain to the two peers, "You can't say, 'You can't play. '"
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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