This game can be used with any age and can target categorization, memory, or word recall. Pick a card from the deck, answer, then score your points. Use our cards or make your own.
Time: 20 minutes Materials: Fruits for salad Activity: Turn an everyday activity of preparing a fruit salad into a lesson about the category of fruits. First, go to the grocery store and pick out all the kinds of fruits you will need for the fruit salad. When you get home, cut up the fruit. Spend • Read More »
Time: 10 – 15 minutes Materials: Common household objects or small toys Activity: Place a common object in a box and cover with a cloth. Let your child put his hand under the cloth and feel the object. After your child has felt the object, ask him to guess what it is. Suggested Script: What • Read More »
Why is learning categorization skills important? When we learn new words, we file them in our brain, according to characteristics. Then, when we need them, we know which file folder to retrieve them from. For example, if I give you the word ram, you will go to either the animal folder or the computer folder, but • Read More »