While you’re with your child watch what catches their eye. Point to things you see and say what they are. “There’s a black bird and he’s flying” or “The little girl is jumping” Watch where they’re looking and say what it is.
See what your child is learning
When you describe what you see, or what your child sees, they’re making connections between words and what they mean. Children who know words and what the words mean have a head start on learning.