- Understands the use of objects; for example:
- Show what you use to cook food or Show me what you watch.
- Show me what you can ride or Show me what you wear on your feet
- Understands part/whole relationships, for example:
- The wheel on the bike
- The tail of the cat
- Understands descriptive concepts, such as “big” “wet” and “little”
- Follows 2 step related and unrelated commands, without cues:
- Get the cup and give it to me
- Take off your coat and hang it up.
- Uses Plurals, such as “horses” or “blocks” or “babies.”
- Combines 3+ words in spontaneous speech.
- Answers “What” and “Who” Questions
- Uses Verb + ing
- For example, “The girl is playing.”
- Uses a variety of nouns, verbs, modifiers and pronouns in spontaneous utterances.
- Uses prepositions
- Understands the concepts of one vs. all. For example,
- Give me just one block.
- Put all of the blocks in the box.
- Performs longer sequences of play activities
- Acts out familiar routines
- Pretends to perform the caregiver/parent routines.
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