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  • Central Elementary School
  • Stephenville, TX
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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The use of this item in my classroom supports collaboration, creativity, social skills, oral languages, problem solving, and critical thinking related to STEM TEKS. This refrigerator will provide more of a variety in our kitchen area for the students to develop a wider vocabulary, interact with each other, develop expressive language, and life-skills that will help them communicate with others. This pretend playing may just look like just "playing" however, it is an intricate part to a child's developmental learning process. The Association for Child Development defines play in its position statement as a "dynamic, active, and constructive behavior" that is "essential for all children".

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The use of this item in my classroom supports collaboration, creativity, social skills, oral languages, problem solving, and critical thinking related to STEM TEKS. This refrigerator will provide more of a variety in our kitchen area for the students to develop a wider vocabulary, interact with each other, develop expressive language, and life-skills that will help them communicate with others. This pretend playing may just look like just "playing" however, it is an intricate part to a child's developmental learning process. The Association for Child Development defines play in its position statement as a "dynamic, active, and constructive behavior" that is "essential for all children".

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