Teacher's support sheet
Words And Drawings
For animals, feelings, objects, and types of people, in short, to name everything that exists in this world, there is always one or more words!
In this childrens game, we will correctly associate the words with the picture shown. During the game, listen carefully to the correct pronunciation of the words.
Level of education: Elementary School I
Age: 05 to 07 years old
Reading should be part of the classroom routine. In this proposal, it is necessary to read the word and associate it with the corresponding image, establishing relationships. The game can be proposed individually or in pairs. In pairs, children have the opportunity to interact and exchange ideas and knowledge. Encourage them to talk among themselves to decide what the name of each of the drawings is, relating the sound of the words to their spelling. It is important to highlight the writing possibilities of each child, so that the exchange of knowledge between them advances in learning.
Develop and improve reading and writing;
Realize the differences between the pronunciation and the conventional spelling of words;
Understand the word structure process;
Develop the ability to put syllables together to form words;
Associate the word with the image;
Identify and differentiate the letters of the alphabet;
Memorize the conventional writing of words;
Develop attention and concentration;
Develop motor coordination;
Fix knowledge acquired in the classroom;
Provide, in a playful and creative way, the progress in the reading and writing process of children;
Offer subsidies for children to advance in writing;
Promote the process of understanding the structure of words;
Expand the class's repertoire of letters and words;
Teach the word formation process through syllabic junctions;
Expand students' knowledge;
Suggestions of approaches for the teacher
(Suggestion 1) As a record, ask the students to copy the words that appeared in the round (while one child uses the mouse to play, the other copies and then they switch positions). In the classroom, propose some activities with the words they copied.
(Suggestion 2) Read each word and illustrate.
(Suggestion 3) Write another word with the same initial.
(Suggestion 4) Separate words that have the same number of letters
(Suggestion 5) Dictate words for the colleague of another pair to write.
(Suggestion 6) Create a sentence with each of the words.
(Suggestion 7) Use clippings of letters and words in magazines in order to form known phrases and words.
(Suggestion 8) Next, ask students to answer word searches.
(Tip 9) Use crosswords.
(Suggestion 10) Take the students around the school and write down the names of everything they find.
(Suggestion 11) Illustrated dictation: place several drawings on a sheet and ask the student to write the name of the corresponding image.
(Suggestion 12) Play Hangman with the students.
(Suggestion 13) Promoting the activities of assembling and disassembling words with the movable alphabet, with letters made of paper, plastic or wood, allow the learner to experience, in a very rich way, a series of decisions about how to write.
(Suggestion 14) Work with students on the following questions:
Does everything have a name?
Why do we name everything?
Why don't all things and people have the same name?
Are there the same words with different meanings?
Who names things?
How many words are there in our language?
More about the content
We suggest that you get to know the other games on our website “Best School Games”, which can contribute to enriching the Project for this phase of Literacy:
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Time to Paint Alphabet
Playing with Vowels