Observe the child during daily routines with an adult and during play with other children.
No elicitation needed when child is playing with a peer or sibling.
During play the child shows other children what he is doing and involves them in the play conversation.
Encourage parents to remind the child during the activity to “Remember…” to share with others later. Encourage parents to have play dates and early childhood educators to encourage peer play. Children need time with other children, not just adults.
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 2015
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