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Vanessa | Tried & True
Vanessa | Tried & True • 2 years ago

Emotional differences between preschoolers and school-aged children

  • Itze Bernal
    Itze Bernal • 2 years ago

    I had a discussion with my interview panel about this topic when I was interviewing to become a pre k teacher. There are some big differences that need to be respected.

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