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The largest and the smallest of the jungle

The largest and the smallest of the jungle

We are inside the jungle and we are going to find out which are the biggest and smallest animals.

The giraffe, the elephant and the jaguar are some of the animals that we will find on our way, but don't worry! They are our friends and will play with us!

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Teacher’s tips

Level of education: Early Childhood Education

Age: 05 to 07 years old

The game can be proposed individually or in pairs. During the game, direct the students' comments so that they always say the concepts MINOR and MAJOR, as it is important that they relate to this vocabulary and use it appropriately and timely.

Note, there is a dashed line following your command. It is also important to show children the size of each animal. Explore it during the game, having the children analyze and reflect on the measurement.

Pedagogical goals

  • Identify the magnitudes of "greater" and "lesser";
  • Make comparisons of magnitudes and measures;
  • Use different strategies to identify numbers in situations involving counts and measurements;
  • Fix the learning of the concepts “major” and “minor”;
  • Solve problem situations involving relationships between numbers, such as: being greater than, being less than;
  • Establish measurement relationships, making simple estimates;
  • Establish magnitude relationships between two images of different sizes;
  • Improve visual discrimination ability;
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