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The way to do this is working with simple sentence stories: Tommy went to the grocery store on Saturday to buy some milk.
Now to paraphrase using "wh" questions...
Who went to the store?
What did Tommy do on Saturday?
When did Tommy go to the store?
Where did Tommy go on Saturday?
Why did Tommy go to the store?
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You can find apps for this at the Super Duper Publications App Store, here are a few:
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Also there are apps based on the six stages of language development from PRC App lab, here is a link to their page explaining the concept, http://applab.prentrom.com
The ones I will be getting for Sensi are:
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We have lots of work to do, but it can be creative and fun too. I hope you have fun with your story telling and "wh" questions with your own kids.