3. identify and use social skills in play and other contexts (BC, SRWB)
4. demonstrate an ability to use problem-solving skills in a variety of contexts, including social contexts (BC, SRWB, PSI)
13. use the processes and skills of an inquiry stance (i.e., questioning, planning, predicting, observing, and communicating) (PSI)
15. demonstrate an understanding of numbers, using concrete materials to explore and investigate counting, quantity, and number relationships (DLMB)
Educators observe, listen, and ask probing questions in order to document and interpret the children’s thinking and learning and, in their interactions with the children, to develop a shared understanding of what they are learning and what the next steps in their learning should be.
(The Kindergarten Program, 2016, p.36)