Start telling a story with your child: “Once upon a time there was a beautiful person who lived in a castle” Ask them, “What do you think this person did today” They might say, “She played” You continue, “What did she play with” Keep the story going based on their responses.

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Telling ongoing stories with children can become a loving tradition that they will remember and cherish all of their lives. It’s skill building too. This is a great way to use imagination and build their memory and vocabulary.

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