Thank you for letting Mommy bring home the first ripe tomato from your garden.
"The man fell in the water because the horse knocked him in. He feels angry. The horse is laughing because he thinks it is funny. 'Hee. Hee. Haw.' The man will get out and then get on the horse."Brennan (age 11) used Level 2. The app asked seven question, some of which required him to make inferences in regards to what happened both before and after the scene shown.
"The polo player galloped across the field. But then he fell in the lake. The horse is laughing because his rider is soaked. The man feels upset. He feels that way because he fell in the lake. He will get dry clothes from his car. After he gets dry clothes, he will continue playing polo."In both of the levels that they were playing, the app gives a suggested first few words for the answer. For instance, in the picture above, Lauren's first question was "How did the man get in the water?" and the suggested sentence opener read, "The man fell in the water when..." The sentence prompt is not read to the child, though. I usually worked alongside Lauren so it was not a big deal to help her if we wanted to use the suggested opener.