Materials are listed using photo cards for children to be able to identify. Recorder with head phonesIpadFlash cardsBallCrayons, paint, paperStory booksBaby dollsGameboardsCarBlocksPhone
Developing listening skills
The cat drinks milk
The recorder and iPad can be used for listening and viewing stories and playing age appropriate learning games.The play phone is used to play the telephone game. Children can be in a group and have one child whisper a sentence to the another child. Each child repeats it to the next until it gets to the last child. The last child says out loud what was said. The fun is seeing how much the sentence changed from the first person. The ball and car can be used when taking turns, which means having to listen to one another.
Developing viewing skills
Toddler show viewing skills with how they interact with pictures in books, such as gazing at pictures or laughing at a favorite picture. Board games are useful for development of critical thinking skills, the ability to focus longer and spatial awareness.Creative art is a way for children to express their creativity.
Developing speaking skills
The baby doll can be used for pretend play. This offers a chance to take on different roles and to act out what different people might say, think or do. The recorder can be used to listen to songs. They can listen to ebooks with other friends. They will learn new vocabulary words. Flash cards are used to teach new words.
Ask Opened Ended Questions
What game is your favorite to play with your friends?
What was your favorite part of book?
Why did you use all this beautiful colors in your painting?