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This is only for teachers. Do not show the written word to the children. Write 'b' on the blackboard and talk about things that have 'b' sound.  They should not see the spelling of the whole word while learning phonics. For example, when you talk about ' a book' you show only 'b' and concentrate on that and not teach them b   o   o   k  - book.

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You can also show videos of birds, balloons, etc. to talk about the 'b' sound. What do you see in the video? 'a bird' What colour is the bird? It's black. It's a black bird, a black bird, etc. On the blackboard have only 'b'. Do not write the whole word 'a bird'.

For more photos and videos go to https://plus.google.com/collection/k_2-HB

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How to talk to children using pictures? Example: 'b' sound - What is it? a bird - What colour is it? It is a black bird - (more interaction) a beautiful black bird, a big beautiful black bird - how many b sounds did you hear? Can you say something about this bird? This is not a brown bird. This is a black bird. This is not a very big bird like the peacock. But it is bigger than a sparrow. So we can say it is a big, beautiful, black bird with a sharp beak.

It is important to interact with the children instead of giving them a lecture. It is necessary to extract part of the answers from them and expand on their answers. Our aim is not just to teach the 'b' sound but to give them a taste of the whole language and then help them focus on this tiny detail which is the 'b' sound. Post your questions and comments below.

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Do you want to know how to teach Phonics to very young children? Watch the video, post your questions and comments.

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Do you want to know how to teach CVC words? Watch the video and post your questions and comments.

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FREE! Online phonics and reading game for young children.

very nice and useful resources ..

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Amazing game allows your child to learn basic English words, the alphabet and its sounds but also teaches your toddler fine motor skills and lets them discover the world inside the game! 

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'Copy Me' Activity for Grid/ Matrix Skills for Toddlers & Preschoolers With Perfect Picture By Educatinal Insight

Hi!

A few days ago, I found this game/toy that I thought of sharing with you, today!

It has colored tiles and a checkered transparent board to place those tiles. It also comes with a few designs for copy & build activity. For younger kids, you could place the design worksheet under the transparent board and they could match the colored tile to the design underneath.

For older kids between 3-6 yrs, its a super stimulation for improving their grid skills or co-ordinates/matrix skills. It helps with basic counting, color matching in smaller kids. It helps promote creativity, copy & build skills, concentration, fine motor development.

I also created more complex designs to help understanding & practicing symmetry, patterns which I will share with you some other day!

Here's the link for you to watch..
https://youtu.be/qU5W-Wp9FK4

This can easily be made at home! Have you presented this kind of game to your child? What is your opinion anout it?

Thanks for watching & happy learning!

#earlylearning #montessori

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A Spatial Intelligence Activity for Kids with a Seven Piece 3-D Puzzle Cube

Hi!

I'm so happy that Moksh shows more & more interest in playing with all kinds of puzzles. During one of my trips, I found this puzzle in a store and I thought of presenting it to my son. I'm glad that he liked to play and solve this!!

This is an excellent exercise in developing concentration & focus, curiosity & perseverance and the obvious spatial intelligence. I will be looking for more challenging & fun puzzles like these.

What is your opinion about 3-D Puzzles? What was your observation during the puzzle time & after it? I would love to hear your comments!

Thanks for watching & happy learning! 
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