Let's play slap game. I will describe a picture of some families. You tell me what family am I talking about.
First one, in this picture we have a mother and her children and it looks like she is with her daughters. She has two children, two daughters and she is helping them most likely do their homework.
In the next picture, we have a picture of a baby, a very young baby, and the baby is with it's mother, and just it's mother. We can't see the father, and it looks like they are taking a nap.
In this next picture we have the whole family together, and we can see the father and the mother and there are two children. It looks like there are two boys. There are two boys in the family and they are eating dinner.
In this next picture we have a father with his child and they are outside and the father is with the son, and it looks like they are playing a little golf and the father just gave the son a high five.
In this next picture we can see a family all together and they are taking it easy and just relaxing. You can see the mother and the father and two daughters and the daughters are sleeping and it looks like the parents are watching TV.
In the last picture, we can see a big family, and we can see the mother and the father and two sons and it looks like three daughters and from the looks of it they are taking their family portrait.
Try These Lessons
A couple is watching TV. Guess the positions they are in?
Listen to desciptions of trees, mountains, sky, moon, snow, etc.
Listen to descriptions of parents with their sons and daughters.
Todd is all done shopping for the holidays. What did he get everyone.
Listen to descriptions of things associated with babies.