On the second class we use again "¡siéntate!", and we add "¡bebe el agua!" (drink the water!).
We even get them to fetch water for their parents. They "sharing" happens exactly as it is expected at their developmental stage: 22 month-olds don't really "share", unless it is evident that there is enough reminder of the "stuff" in question. So, when asked to take water to someone else, they take the water, walk over to the parent, drink themselves, double-check that there is water left, and only then hand over the cup.
They don't act like that because they hadn't understood the command, quite the opposite!
When we run out of water, asked if they want more, the children answer "Sí." and "Sí, please". That moment alone is worth the whole class ...
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