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ECD 133 Test 2 Review

What is the most fundamental component of the concept of "number"? one-to-one correspondence
A learning experience that occurs as children go about their daily activities. naturalistic
A learning experience that is initiated by the adult as children engage in their everyday natural activities; a "teachable moment." informal
A learning activity in which the adult chooses the experience for the child and givs dome direction to the child's actions. structured
Knowing instantly how many is in a group without counting. subitizing
Reciting numbers in order from memory. rote counting
Attaching a number name to each object counted. rational counting
Objects put together in a group based on a common feature such as color, shape, or size. logical group
Placing items in a group by sorting and grouping. classification
The spatial concepts concerned with "where"? position
The spatial concept concerned with "which way"? direction
The spatial concept concerned with near and far? distance
The spatial concept concerned with how things can be arranged so that they fit in a space. organization and pattern
The spatial concept concerned with how space is made and how do things fit into the space. construction
Understanding the attributes of shape and applying them to problem solving. geometry
Correspondence of two sides of a figure on each side of a line. symmetry
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