Our kiddo is in a phase of development where she has a decent vocabulary but context is still missing. For example, "tomorrow" is basically any time in the future and "yesterday" is any time in the past. When she says she "slept" during nap time, it means she laid down and stopped playing - it doesn't mean she actually slept.
The most complicated issue, at least in terms of parenting is pronoun usage. She gets "I" and "You." She's sorta got the idea of "we." But, when it comes to the third person, everyone is "he." I know that this is mostly because she finds the "sh" sound a bit hard. But, I also want to be cognizant of teaching her basic usage while also retaining inclusiveness.
Our kiddo is not yet 5. She's not at the stage where she can fully comprehend ze/zir, xe/xem, ve/ver, or the other pronouns. I've taken to saying, "He for boys, she for girls, they for everyone." I know this falls woefully short of the complexities of pronoun usage, but it's the best I've come up with.
If you have tips for teaching pronouns to a youngster, let me know!