Understanding and being understood
...a few examples
|Before children start school, it would help if they could...|
Speak clearly enough so that people other than their
own family and friends can understand them easily.
other than their family members.
Follow simple directions
like where to sit,
where to put a book,
or where to throw a ball.
Tell someone how they are feeling
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from The Kindergarten Survival Handbook
Part 1, "The Before-School Checklist"