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Little Bear a, e, i, o, u

Little Bear a, e, i, o, u

Hi buddy! The little bear woke up and is eager to play with you! Click on the dice and find out the sound of the vowels. You will also learn many words starting with vowels.

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Level of Education: Preschool

Subject: English

Theme: Written language: uses and forms - Orality - Literacy

Age: 4 to 6 years old

Working with words and their initial letters in the literacy phase is fundamental to develop spoken and written language. When playing this game, students will know the vowels, visualize the written word and listen to many words starting with it, which opportunities them to think about the sounds.

Pedagogical goals

  • To identify and differentiate the vowels;
  • To acknowledge the use of the alphabet on the words;
  • To form words with letters;
  • To compare words;
  • To develop the ability to put letters together to form words;
  • To associate words with their meanings;
  • To improve reading and writing skills;
  • To learn the vowels of the alphabet;
  • To associate letters with their sounds;
  • To recite the sequence of vowels;
  • To see the difference between vowels and consonants;
  • To identify the initial phoneme of words;
  • To reinforce content discussed during the classes;
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