shows that her speech is well developed for her age. They start talking about food, trying to guess what will be for lunch. Then girl S comes up with a story about food: “Knock! Knock! It’s
an orange!” Girl S has a very vivid imagination. There are other families arrive, and she runs to them ready to talk. She is very interested in a little boy in the pram. The girl then runs back to the sofa, where the teacher is sitting now. She repeats to the teacher everything that she and the boy talked about. Time: 9:00-9:15 Girl S talk to the teacher about everything. She changes topics very fast. One second she talks about her butt cheek, another about her daddy. Kids are being asked how they are doing today, everyone but Girl S replies “happy,” but she says “Excited!” even before she is asked. She shares with the teacher that she will be Wonder Woman for Halloween because it is her favorite character. She then says that she wants to use the bathroom. She grabs another boy and drags him to the bathroom, but teacher says that Girl S must go alone. It makes the girl stop want to use the bathroom. She decides to join other children who look at the dead lizard. Girl S is not scared of it; she says: “What a cute baby lizard.” Time: 9:15-9:30 Girl S has organized other kids to play the game. She pretends that they are cooking food and she is being the chef. Everyone is happy to play with her. She puts a hat on and dances around the imaginative kitchen. A boy gives her a toy ice cream and she says “What a delicious ice cream! I love it!” The girl then goes to the entrance to greet her friend. She hugs a girl, then takes her hands and they dance together. They go to the breakfast table, and Girl S hugs another girl as
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