Richard sets up for nap

Suzanne and Richard work closely together to set up his mat on the floor before naptime. Tasks that have to be done every day, like setting up the sleeping area, are good contexts for supporting the children's autonomy, because the adult can step back and the child can "step up" a little bit more each day.

Richard (2 years, 2 months)

Child-care centre: Kari's Home Daycare

Date and Time: May 14, 2010, morning

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