|Understanding and being understood
...a few examples
|Before children start school, it would help if they could...|
|Speak clearly enough so that people other than their
own family and friends can understand them easily.
other than their family members.
|Follow simple directions
like where to sit,
where to put a book,
or where to throw a ball.
|Tell someone how they are feeling
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|Copyright © Parent Education Resources||from The Kindergarten Survival Handbook
Part 1, "The Before-School Checklist"