Teaching toys focusing on colours, spelling and writing
ball, blocks, doll, go-cart, drum, teddy bear, puppet, jigsaw puzzle, robot, scooter, skipping rope, skateboard, kite, doll's house, yo-yo
Colours - black, blue, brown, green, grey, orange, pink, purple, red, silver, white, yellow
Introduce toy vocabulary to students first. Create simple dialogs such as: What colour is the kite? The kite is red and yellow. What colour is the skateboard. The skateboard is red and yellow and blue and green. Let students find the matching writing according to the toy flashcard what you hand out. You can write the vocabulary on the board and the students have to stick the correct flashcards above the writing. An additional exercise is to erase letters from the writing where students have to rewrite the letters into the free space onto the board.
Toys vocabulary; word-picture association; word-picture recognition; sentence structure; grammar, early reading; singular and plural; conjunctions; favourites
Missing Letter - Stick flashcards to the whiteboard and spell the words bellow the picture. Class must go around and spell all the words. Then the teacher will randomly erase letters, placing an underscore/s _ in the missing letter or letters area. Students then get to look at the picture and spell the words while the teacher hides the spelling.
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