As the reading selection, previous module slides and exercise were each examples of how we should be thinking of the selection and use of materials, as to not limit usage, but to encourage divergent thinking. I was reminded of how bias can influence the experiences we provide for others. If I insist that dramatic play food items be stored and utilized only in the dramatic play area, I may influence a child’s curiosity and desire to become a farmer or his/her path to find a cure to a disease for which a cure has yet to be discovered. I may prevent John from strengthening his relationship with Jill and Jane because he prefers not to go into the dramatic play area…We should think of the limits we have inadvertently set and how to reverse our own ways of thinking and seeing, as to not limit the exploration and opportunities to grow and learn, which we are offering our children.