Memory and Category Game

travelingshoe 2012-02-24 10:31:21
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There is a worksheet to go with this activity: "Match and Odd one out"

Here are three different uses for these materials:

1. Memory Game! It can be used as a memory game. Cut our the cards and either use stick tac (or tape) to place them on the board and the children have to try to match the pictures. Every time they flip over a card they have to say the name of the picture.

2. Category Game! We were learning metal, plastic, wood and fabric. I put a chart on the board and put the metal plastic, wood and fabric card at the top. The children had to put the pictures into the appropriate place category. Ex. Puppet goes into the wood category, Doll goes into the fabric category

3. It is here! We were learning the sentences "It is here!" "It isn't here". I put only the coloured object pictures on the board and flipped them around so the children could not see the picture (like the memory game) I said where is my ball? I asked one student to come to the front and find my ball. If he flipped the card and it was a ball I would get the class to say "It is here!" If he flipped the card and it was a robot I would have the class "It is not here!" The kids loved it and would try memorizing where the objects were,

The above downloadable teaching material is meant for elementary school students and kindergartners and nursery school students at Beginner (pre-A1) and Elementary (A1) level. It is aimed at consolidating Subject and verb agreement in English, and is excellent for working on your groups' Listening and Speaking skills. It centers around the topic and words of Toys.
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Upload date: 2012-02-24 10:31:21

Author: travelingshoe

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travelingshoe is from/lives in Canada and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2012-02-24 10:19:08. travelingshoe last logged in on 2012-05-21 13:20:06, and has shared 7 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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