Identify Individual Letters
Point your index finger to letter “B”.
Pick up letter “C”.
Replace letter “B” by letter “C”.
Attach letter “B” in the right top corner of the base plate.
Attach letter “C” on top of letter “B”.
How to prepare
1 base plate
5 bricks: “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”
Align the bricks in random order on the base plate.
Propose they take a letter and put it on their head, under the table…
Ask “How can you make the activity more fun?”.
Increase the number of players (an adult may check if the answers are correct).
Change the number of letters.
Ask the child to select the letters they want to play with.
Children will develop these holistic skills
- Discover alphabetical principle: Recognize and name the majority of letters of the alphabet
- Track each letter, chain several letters together, produce a series of identical letters
- Solicit information/assistance from appropriate persons in various settings
- Engage in solitary play activities for an ability appropriate amount of time
Did you know?
Engaged learners demonstrate motivation and commitment towards their learning, often extending themselves beyond set goals and expectations.
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