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Soap Alphabet

Soap Alphabet

Come play with soap bubbles at the park with Lucy. Every time a bubble bursts, you learn a new letter!

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Level of Education: Preschool - Elementary School

Subject: English

Theme: Literacy - Reading process

Age: 4 to 6 years old

Games are a helpful resource in the literacy phase because they help in different knowledge areas, motivate students, and awaken their expressiveness, imagination, communicative language, concentration, and logical thinking. Use this game to illustrate your work with the alphabet. All the letters are capitalized, the ideal format for this process. When the bubbles burst, students can listen to the sound of the letter and a word starting with it.

Pedagogical goals

  • To learn the alphabet and its sequence;
  • To acknowledge the use of the alphabet on the words;
  • To associate letters with their sounds;
  • To know the alphabet's sequence;
  • To differentiate letters from numbers;
  • To see the difference between vowels and consonants;
  • To reinforce content discussed during the classes;
  • To develop attention and focus;
  • To improve motor coordination.
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