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What is a Prompt? Prompting Procedures

Prompts are instructions, gestures, demonstrations, touches, or other things we can do to increase the likelihood that children will respond correctly. Prompting helps children complete tasks that might otherwise be too difficult, or contain multiple or complex steps. Supporting children using prompts (and providing positive descriptive feedback) helps them learn to complete tasks independently

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