Act out your child's favorite story with her. Get creative an use prompts found around the house.
What You Need:
- Child’s favorite storybook
- Props (optional)
What To Do:
- Read your child’s favorite story to her.
- After reading the story, go back to the beginning and go through the book one page at a time, inviting her to retell the story to you. Prompt her with questions to fill in important information about the plot such as, “Who was outside the house?” “Why did the pig run away?” (The Three Little Pigs). Talk about what happened first, next, last.
- Invite her to act out the story with you. Plan who will play which role and if you will use props. Have fun!
(Adapted from Pearson Early Learning Preschool Activity Cards)
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