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15th
Aug 2012

Children’s Activity 91: I’ve Got a List

An Indoor Play Activity

Armed with just a pencil and paper, your child can exercise both logic and imagination by coming up with lists; all you have to do is provide the categories.

Materials Required:

  • Pencil
  • Paper

Instructions:

Armed with just a pencil and paper, your child can exercise both logic and imagination by coming up with lists; all you have to do is provide the categories. (You may have to act as scribe for prewriters.)

Following are some ideas. Ask your child to find and list things in the immediate environment that …

… are stacked on top of something else.

… are smaller than a breadbox.

… are bigger than a breadbox.

… were given to the family.

… run on electricitu,

… touch the floor.

… can be reused or recycled.

You can customize the activity to your child’s age and ability simply by adjusting the target number of items being sought.

Five or six will be challenging for very young listmakers; older ones will be able to come up with many more. After a while, your child may even vol­ unteer some surprising categories of his or her own!

I’ve Got a List is an Indoor Play activity that’s great for developing your child’s logic and imagination and offers a lot of fun for you both at the same time.

 

This Children’s Indoor Play Activity is sponsored by Zane Education – the home of online Visual Learning. Visual Learning is a method of online learning that includes the use of online subtitled educational video that caters for virtually all Learning Styles. The online education videos are accompanied by online multiple choice quizzes, lesson plans and interactive study tools. Virtually all children prefer Visual Learning as it makes study much more interesting and fun. It is the ideal online education solution for teachers and classroom students, homeschooling, special needs education and children that you’d like to see improve their reading and literacy skills and children studying ESL – as they study the same curriculum topics studied by their classmates and peers. Zane Education provides that and much more.

 

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