Using sentences and phrases with more grammar endings until complex sentences are produced with correct grammar and word order: Your child learns to make nouns possessive by adding ‘s as in mom’s car. Both third person present tense verbs, which use -s as in he eats, and the use of -ed to make regular past tense verbs, such as talked, begin. With continued practice, your child seems to understand most grammar rules. Language continues to grow by adding vocabulary.
|Words in Vocabulary||Length or Phrase or Sentence||Examples of Words|
|2000 to 5000 or more words||Creating sentences that are 4 words or longer and more complex.||Dad will help me. Look at it go. Those are my cars. Where’s a pencil I can use? He’s mad because I won. Can I have a drink?|