Tell Me a Story

This is usually a line you hear a child ask his parent, but it’s one that a parent can ask a child as well.

Encourage your child to recount the story of a recent event and see what he tells you. The details he provides can be very telling about what he valued or enjoyed in the situation.

Or ask if she can describe an event or a group of toys. You can arrange a bunch of blocks, dolls, animals, balls or any other toys you have on hand and ask your child to tell you what she sees. What is different about the objects? What is the same?

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