A teaching tip for how to clarify between can and can't

Some kids will have trouble clearly pronouncing "can and can't". You can use some body language to help them notice the differences. When saying "can" you can give them two thumbs up. When saying "can't" you can cross your arms and/or shake your head. Make sure they recognize the difference between the two and clearly pronounce the "t" in "can't".

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