## Monday, February 08, 2021

### HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 08-02-2021

HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 08-02-2021

 HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 08-02-2021

Example of some activity for preliminary calculation: Classification Classification activity can be done with any concept like color, shape, size, animals, transport etc.  For example, ask the children to keep all the yellow leaves on one side and the other leaves on the other.

You can initially do real things with simple taxonomy and gradually with multiple taxonomies.  You need to start with one criterion and gradually move on to two or more criteria.  For example, ask the child to sort the pieces of yellow and green fabric.

Then move on to more than two criteria.  For example, large yellow fabric pieces, once a child is able to sort tangible objects, the skills can be further strengthened by pictures and other techniques.  Comparing and arranging: Place 5-6 leaves of different sizes in front of the children.  Ask the children (one by one) to arrange the smallest and largest leaves.

(Similarly large to small) When children are able to arrange the leaves in sequence then increase the number of leaves.  Patting: Sorting and pattern activity by developing reasoning and patting skills in children through blocks, beads or other materials.  (E.g., following a pattern or copying a pattern, completing a pattern) Sequential thinking: Sequential thinking cards that children organize events according to logical action.

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Encourage arranging items or cards from left to right.  Verbally repeat the three digits between 1 and 10 in sequence.  What will come next- "Monkey, monkey, butterfly, monkey, monkey, (children will say butterfly) Sequential arrangement: - Arranging things.

(Largest to smallest, highest to shortest)  The school will help children develop simple puzzle solving skills and hand-eye coordination, starting with simple jigsaw puzzles and then gradually solving some difficult puzzles.  (Shapes, animals, transport, birds and fruits, etc.). Thoughtful questions: How can children learn by skillfully using an object? Can you relate numerical activity to another subject?  Can ?.