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.
See what your child is learning
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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