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 The BEST example of a teachable moment in science or math is: a) describe an object using math terms b) identifying and discussing the parts of an apple at snack time c) have children guess how tall you are d) pointing out a flower when you are outside science and math activities commonly enhance all of the following skills EXCEPT: a) self-help b) problem solving c) observation d) eye-hand coordination Growing plants is a valuable science project for all of the following reasons EXCEPT: a) represent the life cycle b) They illustrate aspects of the food chain c) Their slow growth requires sharp observation skills d) they can be found in many different settings The question that BEST demonstrates how math integrates with real life is: a) How many plates do we need to serve breakfast? b) What shape is that toy? c) How many kittens do you see? d) Why do you think dogs growl? Rearranging telephone numbers from smallest to largest a) ordering numberals b) experimenting c) rational counting d) recognizing shapes Placing a golf ball and a ping pong ball in a tub of water to observe the results a) sorting b) experimenting c) seriation d) recognizing shapes Making a separate pile for each type of animal cracker found in a box a) sorting b) making a hypothesis c) ordering numberals d) rational counting Searching for circular objects after the teacher holds up a paper circle a) experimenting b) making a hypothesis c) recognizing shapes d) seriation Predicting that, if an egg turns blue in blue dye, and egg will turn red in red dye. a) making a hypothesis b) recognizing numerals c) recognizing shapes d) sorting Lining up balls in this order: ping-pong ball, tennis ball, softball, beach ball a) seriation b) sorting c) rational counting d) ordering numberals
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