Sunday, February 28, 2016

Toys Worksheets

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Flashcard Game 1: Bring 6 students to the front, hand in a flashcard to each one. Call out the toys in random order. Students line up. The class says if it is correct.

Flashcard Game 2 : Place the flashcards around the classroom. Say a toy word. Students have to run to the toy flashcard. The first student to get to the toy says STOP! And will be the caller for the next toy word.

Review all the singular flashcards before presenting the Plural Toys Flashcards. Place them on the board. Introduce the Plural form of the toys by holding the flashcard.

Teacher: How many balls ? One, two. Two balls.

Students repeat the plural toy word. Emphasize the final s of the plural. Contrast the singular and the plural form.
Place them all on the board.

Point to the flashcards at random order. Students say the toy words emphasizing the final S.

I created a S puppet for the birthday theme. I made mine out of fun foam. Use it to point out the final S and emphasize the sound.

Point to the robot.
Teacher: What is this ?
Students: It´s a robot.
Point to the 3 robotos.
Teacher: What are they ?
Students: They´re robots.
Continue with all the flashcards.
Teacher: How many robots are there ?
Students: Three.

Worksheet 1: Cut the cards for the students. Have the students choose a card from the 6.

Teacher : How many ? (Point to a student in class)
Student: three ( Holds up his/her card)
Teacher: Three dolls. ( Prompt all the students with the number 3 card to stand up)
Students: Three dolls. (stand up holding the card)
Continue with all the other cards.

Make groups of 2.  Students practice asking the questions How many ? and answering  using the cards.
Teacher: How many teddy bears ?
Students: two.
Students cut all the cards and line them up on their desks. Call out the cards in random order.
Teacher: Three dolls !
Students hold up the cards. Give them a piece of paper and have them glue all the cards.

Worksheet 2/3: matching singular and plural
Teacher: How many robots are there ?
Students: Three.
Students cut all the cards. Have the students match the singular and plural cards on their desk.
Play Show me !
Teacher: Show me kite and kites!
Teacher: It´s a doll. ( Students hold up the appropriate card)
               They´re kites. ( Students hold up the appropriate card)

Once all the cards are matched on their desks. Give them a big construction paper and have them glue each pair.  It could be optional if they circle in red all the letter s in each pair.

worksheet 4: Children color each ball in 2 colors.
Give an egg carton discard to each student in a table. Children can paint the carton in green to represent the grass. Cut a slit in each egg holder. Children glue their balls to craft sticks. Instruct them to insert their balls into the slit.

Teacher: How many balls are there ?
Student: 6
Teacher: What color  is this ball ?
Student: It is red and green.

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