Learning levels of the children in the nursery school with reference to the eating situation: a joint study by Adelene Bruce Hill, M.A., and Dorothy Van Alstyne, PH.D., under the advisership of Patty S. Hill and Grace Langdon
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Going to the Table
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accept teacher's activity adjustment adult allow child approval when child bite break toast child takes child to finish Columbia University comply cup between one-half cup to top dessert dish dinner dish to serving Eating Situation bility fingers food before taking food in mouth food on spoon food or dish fork is dropped give approval Goes Holds cup Holds toast initiative Kindergarten-First Grade Education learn gradually Learning Levels left hand liquid meal mop or cloth motor coordination mouth closed mouth open necessary nonconstructive Note passed piece of toast plate portunity pours milk push chair Puts food reasonable interval remind child remind the child Responsibility To allow Responsibility To remind rice pudding right hand Says serving table Shows evidence social habits spinach spoon or fork swallow milk teacher's help Teacher's Responsibility teacher's sugges teacher's suggestion tion two-thirds full unfasten unfold the bib unfolded bib willingly