Pre-K children should be able to:
- Understand and follow multi-step directions.
- Understand stories read aloud.
- Understand the plot of a story.
- Recognize common objects and pictures.
- Create stories from imagination based on prior knowledge or experience.
- Use fuller, more complex sentences.
- Take turns in conversation.
- Verbally share experiences.
- Sing songs.
- Act out others' roles.
- Tell and retell stories.
- Discuss the plot of a story.
- Tell simple story events in sequence.