S.W. then places the burger in her right hands and eats it taking slowly and steady bites. S.W. is now talking to both the students on her right and on her left. S.W. is now dragging her burger against her plate. S.W. is now covering her ears with both of her hands due to the loud noises being made in the kitchen. S.W. picks up her second bun and the cheese. She then makes another sandwich without the meat and takes a bite out of it heavily. S.W. makes a closed hand with her left hand and holds the sandwich to with her left hand. Then S.W. says, “Ms. Maribelle I want more bread.” While S.W. is eating her sandwich, her pinky is pointing straight out and she is obse...
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As the students prepare for naptime, S.W. is laying peacefully moving her head from left to right. S.W. is staring at her teacher talk to another student. S.W. places on arm through the air and then lays it back down beside her and turns to her side, so her bottom is in the air. S.W. is now staring at the bookcase and then the ceiling. She then places her hands towards the ceiling and pulls the covers over her head and lies gently. S.W. pulled the covers over her head about 3 or 4 times. S.W. then places a thumb in her mouth. S.W. then points her thumb at her chest 4 times. S.W. playing with her hands in the air and waves her fingers back and forth. S.W. is now moving from left to right. S.W. again has her bottom in the air. She is wiggly, but appears to be comfortable. She is now lying on her side and is gently lying down while sucking her thumb.
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