Observe the adult and child reading a new story with a different culture represented, such as Elizabeti’s Doll.
Have the adult ask the child questions about the people, the dress, the caregiving, etc.
The child answers or demonstrates an understanding of a variety of questions through actions or verbalizations.
Reading a variety of different types of books, including storybooks, poetry books, predictable books, number books, and expository books with real pictures enables early childhood educators and parents to discuss many topics and ask a variety of different questions.
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 2015
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