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When the Toddler 1 students were first learning to respect the work of others, the rule was generally that a piece of work is for one person at a time.  Now that this principle has been established in the classroom, the students have learned to ask, “May I work with you?” before joining a friend at his or her work.  As the children mature and become more able to share and collaborate on activities, they have more opportunities to do work in pairs or small groups.

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