At around 42-48 months, typically developing children start to use sentences containing the conjunction “or”. “Or” is a compound conjunction used to link alternatives. For example, “Do you want to have milk or orange juice?”
Understanding “or” in sentences helps to build receptive and expressive oral language skills at the sentence level. In addition to helping children to understand and to produce “or” sentences, this 28-page no-prep pack also uses basic categories (e.g. music, snacks, clothing) to stimulate semantic language development.