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Animating a circle time with toddlers means leading, but also following. At this morning circle, Litsa and the other educators accept the children's input and incorporate their suggestions (verbal and non-verbal) into the "line-up." This serves as powerful motivation for the children to stay focused and participate fully.

Arianne (1 year, 10 months)
Charlotte (1 year, 4 months)
Diego (1 year, 11 months)
Flavio (1 year, 6 months)
Jasmine (1 year, 7 months)
Lexie (1 year, 10 months)
Maya (1 year, 10 months)
Piper (2 years, 1 month)

Child-care centre: Les Petites Cellules

Date and Time: May 19, 2010, morning

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