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Four children in a third-grade class are playing a game in the science center that involves arranging cards on a table based on categories. The cards contain either individual words, such as "plant," "tree," and "flower," or individual pictures, such as a dandelion, an oak tree, and an evergreen. How will the children likely arrange the cards?

▸ They will place "plant" at the top and then place all of the other cards under this card, since all the other cards include types of plants.

▸ They will place cards in pairs - for example, pairing "flower" with a picture of a dandelion - but will be unable to arrange all of the cards together.

▸ They may confuse "plant" with "tree" or "flower," and place all of the cards under the heading of either "tree" or "flower."

▸ They will place "tree" and "flower" under "plant" and further subcategorize the pictures based on whether they are trees or flowers.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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They will place "tree" and "flower" under "plant" and further subcategorize the pictures based on whether they are trees or flowers.
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