As the name denotes, this game is aimed at improving students’ knowledge of parts of speech.
The teacher will divide all students into 8 groups. All these groups will represent different parts of speech, including noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition, conjunction, and interjection. Now, the teacher will randomly call out three students from any of these groups (one student from each group) and tell them one sentence. Students need to identify the…
This at-home activity is aimed at improving kids’ fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Parents need to collect some small pompoms, one big spoon, and two big bowls. Keep all the pompoms in one bowl. Now, ask your kid to transfer all the pompoms one by one to another bowl using the spoon. See how he/she performs.
This classroom-based activity is aimed at teaching kids sentence building.
The teacher will call out a student and ask him/her to do something. Once he/she acts something, the teacher will ask another student to frame a sentence based on the first student’s act. For example, if a student (named John) puts a book on the table, another student will frame the sentence like—‘John has put a book on the table’. This way, the game will continue.
If you are an English teacher and want to teach your high school students the basics of editing, this activity will really help.
At first, tell your students the rule of upper-casing and lower-casing. Thereafter, choose any long English paragraph, change letter casing randomly, take its printouts, and distribute them among your students. Now, see whether your students can identify where to use capital letters and where small letters.
This activity is aimed at teaching preschoolers basic mathematics.
On a notebook, parents will create a number worksheet. Creating the number worksheet is easy. Write down numbers between 1 and 10. Make sure that there is two numbers on every line and some space between these two numbers. For example,
Then, teach kids the use of ‘<’ and ‘>’ and ask them to solve the worksheet.
This at-home activity is aimed at improving your kid’s knowledge of various animals.
Parents will collect images of various animals and attach them on index cards. More clearly, one image should be pasted on one side of an index card, while the other side will be blank. Kids need to recognize each animal and write down the name on the blank side of the card.