Child uses sentences with more than one phrase.
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talking with a friend as they play, using sentences with more than one phrase (e.g., “Let’s build a road next to this building and put a bridge in it.”)
participating in a large group discussion, adding information in multiple phrases (e.g., “Lizards like to crawl under things and change colors.”)
describing a family trip, combining phrases (e.g., “We went on a hike where we saw a waterfall.”).
Have children work in pairs, with one child telling the first part of a sentence and the other child adding a real or silly phrase to it (e.g., “The dog jumped over the fence…to get the big bone.”).
Provide opportunities for children to tell the group a simple story about a favorite personal experience (e.g., telling the class about a visit to a friend’s house during Show and Tell).