2. Sandra is a parent who believes that play is just entertainment for children, whereas Petra is a parent who believes that play is developmentally beneficial for children. Which is likely to be true about Sandra and Petra?

Group of answer choices

A. Sandra’s children are more likely to have richer imaginations than Petra’s children.

B. Sandra is less likely than Petra to encourage pretend play.

C. Petra is more likely than Sandra to encourage associative play.

D. Petra is less likely than Sandra to provide props for her children to play with.

3. Three-year-old Aiko is pretending that her teddy bear is going to the beach and places a paper plate on the teddy bear’s head as a “hat.” Aiko is demonstrating…

Group of answer choices

A. dual representation

B. egocentrism

C. centration

D. animistic thinking

Nikki and Anna are both running for class president. When Anna wins the election, Nikki is jealous and spreads rumors about Anna. Nikki is displaying .. (pick below…….) aggression

A. verbal




6. Kris has a preschool-age daughter named Leila. When Kris gives Leila three cookies and asks her to count them, Leila points to each cookie, one-by-one, and says, “One, two, three.” When Kris asks Leila, “How many cookies do you have?” Leila proudly answers, “Three!” Leila is demonstrating an understanding of…

Group of answer choices

A. Cardinality


C. quantity comparisons

D. Ordinality