- Describe features of the environment (e.g., furniture, toys and materials, how space is arranged) where the activity takes place. Where are the home visitor, mother, and child seated in relation to each other? What play materials are they using? What is each person doing and saying? How does the mother support the child's exploration of the puzzle?
- The mother asks the child some recall questions as she works on the puzzle. How might these questions help the child stay focused and complete the puzzle?
- What happens when the mother asks the child if she wants to take off her apron? What does the child say? How does the home visitor respond?
- Why do you think the child could stay focused, be flexible, and be persistent? How do you think this child might behave in other situations, when completing other tasks?
- Why did the home visitor tell the mother, "You did a great job?" How might this support translate into the mother's support for the child?