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DOUBLE TAP TO ZOOM WITH PHONE OR TABLET 7 When a child isn’t speaking during play, I sit near the child and encourage the child to speak to her peers. (chapter 5) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never 8 I add a sensorimotor activity to dramatic play if I have a child who has a very short attention span. (chapter 5) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never 9 I help the child who uses force to enter a play group learn new ways to join the group. (chapter 5) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never 10 I encourage children to notice the distress of others and offer assistance. (chap- ter 5) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never 11 When a child is having difficulty during play, I make a plan to help him. (chapter 6) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never 12 I plan what role I will use when helping a child learn play skills. (chapter 7) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never 13 After implementing a plan to help strengthen a child’s play skills, I observe to determine if the plan is working. (chapter 8) a) Always b) Usually c) Sometimes d) Never Your self-assessment is a snapshot of what you know about how children develop play skills and ways you can support them. Your responses can point to areas you want to strengthen. Time to Reflect What did you learn about yourself from this self-assessment? ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ 8 | Introduction COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL