Language
Pre-K children should be able to:

RECEPTIVE LANGUAGE

  • Understand and follow multi-step directions.
  • Understand stories read aloud.
  • Understand the plot of a story.
  • Recognize common objects and pictures.


EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE

  • 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.

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