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Asking Inventory Questions

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December 22, 2014
Asking Inventory Questions

So-called “inventory questions” are good ways to get a child talking, thereby practicing vocabulary and conversation skills. You could try: “Yesterday, what did you have for breakfast?” or, “What are the colors you can see on your shirt?”

 
 

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