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Pet Shop 2

Pet Shop 2

Hello kids! Only those who love animals know the relationship of complicity and affection that exists between these animals and humans.

Today, in a special and very fun way, you children will learn Mathematics by buying products and accessories, in an online Pet Shop, for a very naughty little dog, who likes everything clean around him, a very tasty and healthy feed . His name is Scooby. That name is not strange! I know, it's from a very famous cartoon dog: Scooby-Doo. He was the pet and lifelong companion of Shaggy Rogers. That Cool!

Where Scooby lives, other pets also live: a suspicious kitten and Titico the bird. There's another little dog too, but from the neighbor, who likes to steal your food. Scooby howls when he is alone. Titico climbs on his little head to cheer him up. His little house is all beautiful and full of ball pillows. Unlike some puppies, he is very fond of bathing and playing with the sparkling bubbles. His owner always buys him scented soap and shampoo. Mmmmm, what a good smell! From time to time, he travels and goes inside a box to transport pets. He even behaves right inside the box. How cute! When it's time to eat, he likes food with sauce, as it is more appetizing. He also loves snacks. Sometimes, he gets skittish and a little frowned upon, but soon passes and goes pirouettes. His favorite toy is a pacifier. Wears a blue and stylish collar. Pee on the rose. LOL

It's time to go to the online Pet Shop to buy everything Scooby needs. Make your priority list. Respect the amount stipulated in the online game to spend and buy the best for the sweetie and his friends too. Have fun, kids!

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Teacher’s tips

Teaching level: Kindergarten

Age: 05 to 08 years

If you think that verbal language is exclusive to humans, we want to warn you that this is not the case. The barks, grunts and other sounds that our doggies make, anyway, are full of meanings. Cats and birds, as well as all animals, communicate with people through body positions, noises, so we need to be aware of the behavior of pets. You've probably wondered why your dog flattens its ears, wags its tail or makes certain noises. So, animals have feelings and needs like us humans, they need love and lots of care.

Going to the Pet Shop online will be a great adventure for children and teachers will be able to explore the operations. Performing calculations, playing, will make children experience Mathematics in a playful way. They will spend the money at the Pet Shop setting priorities. That's great! Children's financial education is the teaching process that children go through to learn how to deal with the main variables involving money. Thus, they learn what this resource is, how equity is built, how the price of things is determined, how important it is to organize bills to pay everything on time and so on, in short, they assimilate the need to work to earn money honestly in order to spend, employ, and save. The little ones, then, are gaining autonomy. In addition to financial education, Awakening empathy and love for animals in children will be a highlight of this super fun game. "Compassion for animals is closely linked to goodness of character, and anyone who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man."

Living with animals makes children more sensitive and collaborative. Thinking about this context, teachers can streamline classes with images of various animals and ask children to produce poetic or narrative texts. The important thing is to play the game online and then explore the existing themes, such as respect and care for animals. The doggo's name was suggestive to lead to the Scooby-Doo cartoon. How about, teacher, going back to the past and bringing this animation to classes?!

Pedagogical goals

  • Carry out calculations in an online store (Pet Shop) in order to care for pets;
  • Learn about financial education to deal with money variables from an early age;
  • Estimate and compare quantities of objects from two sets (around 20 elements), by estimation and/or by correspondence (one by one, two by two) to indicate “has more”, “has less” or “has the same amount ”.
  • Recognize the verbal language of animals;
  • Visit a Pet Shop to view the products that are sold for animals and buy some accessories or supplies, if you have a pet at home;
  • Participate in a project that involves the educational community in order to help an animal association, or shelter, but not for profit;
  • Produce poetic or narrative texts that contextualize the themes highlighted in the Pet shop game.
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