Fill in the blanks to make up a story: “We’re going to ___. When we get there we’ll see ___” As your child gets in the rhythm, take turns going back and forth. Is your story realistic? Make believe? There is no right or wrong, just have fun!
See what your child is learning
Creating a “Fill-in-the-Blank” story means your child is thinking and cannot go on autopilot. They have to shift their thinking to a new and changing story line. Thinking in flexible ways builds problem solving skills.