Make sure your child knows the difference between a Boy and a Girl. Using our small and simple people is the first step to using “he” and “she” correctly. If you don’t understand the difference between a boy and a girl, you’re not going to be able to use those pronouns correctly. Start by just asking your child “is that a boy or a girl?” when including our people in a sentence or characters in books. Make the practice fun by playing games while you do it.
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ve her tell you boy or girl for family members, friends, familiar people, or pictures of people or characters in books. If your child is having trouble with real people, start with cartoon boys and girls. For some reason these seem to be easier for some children. Keep practicing this until your child can accurately tell you boy/girl when you ask. Make the practice fun by playing games while you do it.