Students will begin to learn and produce words with similar meanings (e.g., happy/glad, sad/upset).
Students will learn to sort common objects into different categories, like shape, color, or texture.
With some help and prompting, students will start to identify opposites of familiar words (e.g., happy/sad, short/long).
In this standard, students will learn to describe places by connecting familiar words and meanings to real-life surroundings.
Finally, students will learn different meanings of verbs that describe the same general action — like whisper, speak, and yell. This will be done through dramatic or creative play.