Friday, September 4, 2015

Playground, Recess, Park

On this blog post I will only refer to the playground items. On another post on my blog:, there will be all the actions related to the playground.
Link to these resources:

1.        Flashcards help children learn key vocabulary. Pronounce each word as you demonstrate and interact with the flashcard. The flashcards can be used as word wall, hang them using a clothespin.

Try to recreate the park at school or any other park.
Teacher: Here are the swings. ( Place them on the board)
Have the students place the other flashcards on the board.
Ask them what else is missing. They might say the sun, children, etc. and draw them to complete a park scene.

  Create your park scene
             Teacher: This is a park. Look ! 
Point to all the park items. Assign a color to each item. After they are done coloring, have the students identify the colors of each item.
Teacher: swings!
Students: blue!
Teacher: yellow!
Students: slide!

Park Board Game:  you can create your own board game using the pieces provided and a colored file folder.  The players will move game pieces in the spaces naming the playground objects. Give them simple rules to follow.

     Graphing and pocket charts: use the printables for both.  The children can use a card with their name to place below their favorite playground object. Ask questions.
Teacher: How many children like the swings?
Students: one, two, three. Three!

Letter arts and crafts: I made more letters for your alphabet set to display in class or to do with your children.    

Match Cards: use them as memory cards or as matching picture card to a word card activity.

Playground domino game.

Grab a free frame. Children will draw a park.

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