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Do you know the alphabet yet?

How many words can you form? Let’s count.

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Level of education: Elementary School

age: 6 to 9 years old

Subject: English

Using games in education is good for helping the development of literacy for kids. These technologies are tools for the pedagogical process. This game aims to help students learn how to put letters together to form words.

Pedagogical goals

  • To see how to form words using the alphabet;
  • To compare letters;
  • To understand how to form words;
  • To see the difference between vowels and consonants;
  • To identify the letters of the alphabet;
  • To develop the ability to put letters together to form syllables and words;
  • To improve reading and writing skills;
  • To memorize how to write some words;
  • To develop attention, concentration, and motor skills;
  • To recognize the difference between written and spoken words;
  • To reinforce the content discussed during classes.
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