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3V0757.2

3V0757.02 [Where Mimi is ?] (2/8/80)

Miriam often plays with Peggy, but she was away from home for several
hours today sledding. At one point Peggy asked, “Where Mimi is ?” and
we told her. This is another example of non-standard sentence order in
a question like “Where Pony is?”

3V0762.1

3V0762.01 [Robby… com-po-si-tion] (2/23 /80)

(Bob calls to Robby from the living room -> no answer). Peggy says
“Robby” and heads into the living room. I expect her to summon
Robby, but as she heads out of the room she calls “com-pos-si-tion.”
(She has heard us reminding the two older children about writing
compositions for their journals and for Calvert School Tests.)

P108

Peggy Study, Panel P108

Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions
Source: (Lawler); date: 2/18/1980

Title:
Text commentary: These clips show ??; Why important ??



P108A Puzzle Box, 22mb


P108B Toy Telephone, 7mb


P108C Standard Objects, 19mb


P108D From the Toy Box, 24mb


P108E1 Read “Scotties”, 15mb


P108E2 Read “Scotties”, 16mb


P108F Enter Scurry, 14mb


P108G The Urge to Dance, 13mb


P108H Balloon Play, 15mb