Between 4 and 5 years of age, typically developing children start to connect their ideas using the compound conjunction “so”. Like “because”, “so” is fundamental for understanding and expressing cause and effect relationships, and verbal reasoning generally.
Many people learning English as a second language and/or with developmental language disorders (including people with autism) need structured practice to know how to make “so” sentences. This no-preparation Sentence Builder pack is designed to give people structured support to do exactly that, using pictures and orthography, to help children and adults construct “so” sentences, including people with literacy challenges.
For more practice of the conjunction ‘so’, check out our ‘so’ auditory bombardment resource.