این روز ها کنار بازی هامون این پازل اعداد رو هم بازی میکنیم 🧮
البته نه همه ی اعداد رو. نهایت تا شماره ی ده 🔟
یک مقاله میخوندم در زمینه ی آموزش اعداد به کودکان که نوشته بود کودکان از ابتدا علاقه ی زیادی به ریاضی و شمارش دارن و فقط کافیه شما خوراک ذهنی مناسب رو برای اونها فراهم کنید 🧮
بنظرم کاملا درست میگفت 💪🏻
برای آموزش اعداد هرچه بیشتر می تونید از شمارش استفاده کنید. مثلا دارین لباس تن بچه می کنید، آروم زمزمه کنید ” یک دستت بالا، دو دست بالا “ ✋
موقع بالا رفتن از پله باهاش پله ها رو بشمارین
با شمارش انگشتای دستش، یا مثلا تعداد دونه های انگوری که می خواد بخوره بهش ریاضی یاد بدین🍇
وقتی با اشاره کردن به هر چیزی یک بار اون رو میشمارید، به کودک ارزش عددی هر چیزی رو یاد میدین👩🏻🏫
همیشه از کودک سوال کنید تا ذهنش دنبال جواب و عدد مورد نظر بگردد🤔
وسایل منزل رو بشمارید🖥
سرود و شعر بخوانید🎼
مثلا برای آموزش عدد یک از کودک بپرسید تو چندتا دماغ داری👃🏻
و یا برای عدد دو بپرسید تو چند تا دست داری👐🏻
و به همین صورت برای دیگر اعداد
چند مهره جلوی او بگذارید و هر تعدادی که از او میخواهید را از نخ رد کند .
و البته مهم تر از هر روشی خوندن کتاب و تمرین های مستمر با کودک باعث میشه یادگیری بهتر بشه 💪🏻📚
⁉️ شما برای آموزش اعداد به کودک تون از چه روشی استفاده میکنید ؟ 🤔
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It’s raining so we broke out this super cute gift to my sweet girl from our neighbor. But guess what, she’s kind of too young for it right now. But you know who’s not, my 4 year old son. Ok, ok so it’s super girly (NOT trying to start controversy or even hear yours so...🤐) BUT here’s why I’m ok with it- he’s using his imagination, he’s using problem solving skills (ie- what matches), he’s working on fine motor skills-which he needs since he’s going to kindergarten next year- AND what kid doesn’t love stickers?! I love that they are reusable so when my girl is old enough she can play with it too! What do you do on a rainy day? 🌧
#rainyday @melissaanddougtoys #reusablestickers#finemotorskills#imaginaryplay
🌟Monster Hair Salon🌟
Materials: kitchen towel roll (Daddy & Mummy Monster), toilet paper roll (Baby Monster), colour paper, googly eyes, scissors (I used training scissors)
Practise the use of scissors with the opening of Baby_A’s own hair salon. 😆
He struggled quite a bit in the beginning, but still managed to snip off some “hair” in the end.
Swipe ➡️ to see him in action
PS: He still needs lots of practise in using the scissors, so he got impatient and started to tear the “hair” instead.
It’s hard to believe it’s already been two weeks since I met this incredible group of humans! We walked in strangers and left a family, what an experience. This was my last training of 2018, and it was filled with infinite love and magic moments that we’ll all carry with us when we think of our 3 days together @karmateachers. I know each of you will be an amazing #kidsyogateacher because you’re so uniquely YOU. Thanks for making my last training this year so memorable! **You’re Awesome!** 👐 keep shining that light for all to see 😘✌🏽💜🌈 #yogaeveryday#kidsyoga#yogateacher#yogateachertraining#rainbowkidsyoga#vancouveryoga#joblove#learnthroughplay
I think I first saw this idea from @happytoddlerplaytime Best thing about it—it took less than 5 minutes to set up. All I did was tape clear contact paper (from @dollartree ) on the refrigerator and then I added some of Bubba’s favorite toys. This was very engaging for him. What that means for a 1 year old is not necessarily that he played in this one spot for a long time. More 1-2 minutes at a time for us😂. BUT he kept going back to this set up to explore a little more! This is great for babies that a sitting also! Just adjust the height!
“Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.” -Dr. Seuss
We agree with the great philosopher Dr. Suess, so we incorporate fantasy into our classes, whether dressing up as a princess in #preschool , acting out a scene from a book in #elementary school, or impersonating a historical icon for living history museum in #middleschool .
Great teachers make learning fun!
ON THE ROAD
Language opportunities are all around us. Using spontaneous language in everyday settings allow our children to associate spoken words to objects/concepts they encounter with daily. Whether or not we take the bus, taxi or car, when we're travelling from one place to another, there's so much we can do to encourage language in kids.
🌟 RED LIGHT STOP, GREEN LIGHT GO
This was a major distraction activity we did when the kids hated the carseats (13mo Miss K still does 😒).
▪For babies, point out the traffic lights and describe what to do as they change.
▪Older babies? Invite them to tell you or the driver what they should do.
▪Even older children with incessant why's (read: 3yo Mr L)? Explain what amber means, WHY you need to stop when it's red, etc.
➡️ You'll definitely pass by lots of lights, so you get plenty of repetitions to reinforce colours, actions, and the concept of traffic safety.
Any truck or bus loving kids? We like to count special vehicles like the DOUBLE DECKER BUSES or the DUMP TRUCKS that pass by. It not only works on their counting, but also encourages visual scanning, which definitely helps with maintaining attention!
🌟 ROAD SIGNS
I always point to the STOP sign whenever possible. It's an important traffic safety rule, plus it's great for phonemic awareness. S-T-O-P, /s//t/o//p/, stop! Pictorial signs encourage descriptive language just as well. Invite them to look at the picture then guess what it could mean.
🌟 I SPY
This is a classic childhood game that's simple and fun on the go. Take turns to play! I spy with my little eye... something that starts with A (letter sound) / is round (shapes) / is purple (colours) / has 2 wheels (distinct feature).
Turn on your voice as you navigate. Repeat after Google Maps if you must. Keep LEFT, go STRAIGHT, turn RIGHT, make a U-TURN - these are useful words that support understanding and use of clear instructions.
On this car trip, I got both kids to hold their own personalised kitchen napkins roll as their megaphones so they could use directional language to instruct their chauffeur daddy on WHERE and HOW to go. Swipe to see them in action 😂.
It’s a great day to have a great day!
Mom & Dad are taking a weekend getaway, just us, before it’s all five of us... together... all the time! 😬
We hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! ❤️
Doing some sound games this morning.
Which animal starts with... /t/?
Now they are sorting them by herbivores and carnivores.
So fun to see them work together. 😍
We often get asked what do you buy for those tricky picky tweens? Here’s a great gift for kids 8-12. Match their natural curiosity of where they stand on their planet, where grandparents live and where they’ve been on holidays. And then blow their mind in constellation mode with how small we are in relation to the universe. Love a #twofor !
When it comes to play, rules are meant to be broken, or rather re-written! These little ones were totally engaged and enjoying their own version of Shelby’s Snack Shack game! Rather than spinning a spinner and collecting the correct number of bones, these two worked as a team collecting bones scattered on the mat, and once they filled the dog bowl, they took turns having the bones rain down on the mat once again! How fun! 💓 Working on engagement, ability to share and work together, developing flexibility and creativity all through simple play ☀️
ANIMAL FLOW. Nothing beats practicing with a friend. We’re using a mirror game to work on lateral ape 🦍 transitions: one person is the leader, the other is the “mirror”. Small group training = community + accomplishments.
It’s winter time in the States, which means more time spent indoors and cabin fever for the little ones. Here’s one game to help with their endless energy.
To have an indoor snowball fight you need one thing…a newspaper. That’s it. Instead of making snowballs with snow, they can crumple up pieces of newspaper.
This is best for very young kids because they will move at a slower pace and won’t have as much force in their throwing. And, you know what? It’s actually an excellent activity for them to develop those gross and fine motor skills and cross the midline. They are using the large muscles to throw and the smaller muscles to crumple up the paper. Who says learning can’t be fun! Be sure to think of whatever rules you need to make to protect the surroundings and keep it fun for everyone!
Partner 1- show me the number 87
Partner 2- 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 85, 86, 87!
*********Yesterday I introduced rekenreks for the first time this year and instantly became obsolete. They were so engaged and came up with multiple ways to “prove” they were correct. ****How do you use an abacus or rekenreks in your classroom?!
I've been having so many interesting and insightful conversations with people via my Stories about what barriers stand in the way of them spending significant amounts of their time with their children, outdoors. I want to continue to create blog posts and open dialogue about connecting children with nature, but in a way that people find useful and relevant. That's why it's really helpful to chat with the people who follow me on Instagram (who are the type of people most likely to read what I publish elsewhere) about their personal relationship with parenting outside. It's really thought provoking for me to discover that one of the main reasons parents aren't outdoors with their children as much as they would like to be, is due to a lack of community with which to engage in outdoor play. This echoes a lot of what @rainorshinemamma talks about in her book 'No Such Thing As Bad Weather' (which I heartily recommend) in which she shares her curiosity about America's empty play parks. One thing that is mega important to me, is to be a true advocate for wild childhood, whilst also acknowledging that many aspects of outdoor lifestyle are only accessible to those with certain privileges. I wish I already had ideas about how to tear down those walls that others face, whilst also enjoying the opportunities I'm so lucky to have available to me. Unfortunately, I don't have all the answers! What I think I'm trying to say is; please don't ever think I post from a position of 'WE'RE OUTSIDE, WHY THE HELL AREN'T YOU OUTSIDE?'. Being outside in ALL weather is essentially at the centre of my approach to parenting and home education, but it really is MY approach, and I'm not here to shame anyone else for theirs, especially families facing challenges surrounding disability, mental illness, social isolation, financial hardship and threats of violence. If you know of any great charities, organisations or activists who are doing important work in bringing nature and the great outdoors to ALL children, please tell me about them in the comments. Photo of Quinn this morning at Beach School.
🚒🔥🎄⛸️🎅🚧⛄MEGA LEGO!! Today's swag has Christmas written ALL OVER IT! It's a LEGO Winter Village Fire Station set 12+ MSRP:$99.99
With over 1100 pieces and an age recommendation of 12yrs+, this is something that Dad & Mom will have to get in on if you have younger kids. But, who are we kidding...we ALWAYS get in on the LEGO fun with our kids, right?! This set will bring the holidays home in so many fun little ways like only LEGO can do. There's an ice skating rink, a snowman, a fire house, fire truck, christmas tree, and even a cute doggie. Trust us, YOU want this. Don't even pretend it's for your kid or your nephew or your grandson...we know. It's for you. We hope you win!
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Bugün okulumuzda hikaye günüydü 😍 Yağız'la Karınca 🐜 ile Ağustos Böceği'ni anlattık 💁 Yalnız bu fablın orijinalinde aslında çalışmak, tembellik etmemek, geleceği düşünmek gibi değerler anlatılmaya çalışılmış. Lakin okul öncesi dönemde çocukların soyut algısı gelişmediği için bu fablı dinleyen çocuklar zor durumda olana kötü davranmayı (hikayenin sonunda karıncanın aç olan Ağustos böceğine yemek vermemesi) öğrenmiş oluyorlar. Ben Yağız'a La Fontaine Fabllarını anlatırken hikayeleri değiştirip anlatıyorum. Örneğin bugün sınıfta bu kuklalarla hikayemizi canlandırdık 🐜🐝 Hikayenin sonunda da Karınca, yemeğini Ağustos böceği ile paylaştı, böylelikle iyilik ve yardımseverlik değerlerini vurgulamış olduk 👌
Ağustos Böcekleri yumurtalarını ağaç köklerinin içine saklıyorlar. Yumurtadan çıkınca 12 yıl toprak altında yaşayıp sadece Ağustos ayında yani dört hafta yeryüzünde yaşayıp ölüyorlar. Bu bakımdan bakınca da Ağustos Böceği'ne uymayan bir masal olmuş oluyor 😐 #yagizingunlugu#lafontaine#fabl#karıncaileağustosböceği
Activity books are a great way for children to apply different skills. With the school holidays approaching this could also be something to keep them busy. Children can join Beano and his friends in this activity book bursting with a range of activities. Young readers can complete word searches, sticker activities, design their own festive jumper and more. @studiobooks are supporting the work of @savethechildren giving children a better start to life.
Over on the blog you can find this and more activity book suggestions. Click the link in my bio to have a read. .