By W. B. Mawson

ISBN-10: 1612091040

ISBN-13: 9781612091044

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He pretends to put out the fire on playhouse.

Children entered the afternoon session at about three years, two months of age and moved into the morning session at about four years two months. The roll was made up of 50 boys and 40 girls. Although still heavily weighted toward European/Paakeha children, there was a more varied ethnic group within the kindergarten than in the privately owned centre. The ethnic composition was 68 NZ European/Paakehā, 2 Maaori, 10 Chinese/other Asian, 3 Indian children, and one African, Fijian, Iraqi, Italian, Samoan, Tongan/Niuean, and Turkish child.

I would make available to the children photos taken of previous play episodes for them to talk about if they wanted to. SAMPLE AND SETTING The research took place in two Auckland early childhood settings. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand with a population of 1,303,068 (Statistics New Zealand, 2007). 4%) of the national population. It is a very multi-cultural society with just over a third of the inhabitants (37%) being born overseas. The four largest ethnic groups are European /New Zealand (55%), Asian (19%) Pasifika (15%) and Maaori (11%).

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