Boys can build as many simple, serious sentences and cute sentences as they like.
Introduce your children to the act and the subject through the attached examples
Explanation of the following:
- The subject in the sentence is the person or thing that does the action, and the verb is the word that denotes the event that the subject performs
- Usually the action is performed by someone or something
- Verbs are usually words that denote or include an event. Children tend to divide simple sentences into verb and subjects and reconstruct sentences correctly
Build a lot of sentences with the help of the cards inside the box.
- Simple syntax
- Determine the verb and the subject.
- Pronunciation of the words correctly.
- 60 cards
- 30 action and subject cards
- 30 sentence continuation cards.