As teachers, there are so many ways to interact with children while they play. One way to join in play is to narrate what you see happening. When you narrate children’s actions, you both describe what you see but also make inferences about what is taking place. These inferences can launch the conversation between you and the children. Children can add on to what you said or even correct your ideas. This gives you the opportunity to rephrase their words and incorporate rich vocabulary and detailed descriptions.