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Observation helps the teacher better understand her students. Just by observing the children playing the teacher can already see what skills each of the children have mastered and what skills they need to work on. For example, the teacher may see some if the children using good socialization skills but they are having trouble taking turns with certain toys. The teacher can then take that information and create a circle time activity that prompted sharing helping those children master that skill in a fun way.
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