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By routinely present-

ing letters of the alphabet to a small child atthe desk, making them hold the letters, and sayrng the letters out loud, the childbegins to recognize the letter, and more and more letters with time.

Eventually the child becomes able to pick out the letters from among a pile and recognize them without prompting.

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We repeatthesame game on the floor with another child.

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names by being shown a picture and word a few times, becoming familiar with it, then being introduced to more and more words with time.

Anonverbal child may have to point, grab, or touch to indicate understanding.

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While one student was completing the assignment, he had onlookers, who will now repeat what theylearnedwith him, which is why it is necessary to group children together to complete tasks, as much of theirlearning takes place during group activities.

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In this instance, a child is fishing, in a tub of water, and looking for yelIow or blue fish, or a green frog, to become familiar with colors and objects.

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In this instance, a child is fishing, in a tub of water, and looking for yellow or blue fish, or a green frog, to become familiar with colors and objects.

This a creative wayto get students introduced to colors and objects while having fun in an exciting setting.

In another activity, a basket of items is placed on the floor; andwhile I show each item to the student, I saythe name of the object. I use eye contact, and remain close to the child so their attention is on me, and askthem to touch the
*house". Here I am showing a plastic house.

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Children are taught to recognize letters and numbers through repetition using visual, auditory, and tactile senses or modalities.
The old expression "What I hear,I forget, what I see, I remember, and what I do, I understand."

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Children are taught to recognize letters and numbers through repetition using visual, auditory, and tactile senses or modalities.
The old expression "What I hear,I forget, what I see, I remember, and what I do, I understand."

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When you see the child able to distinguish betneen orange juice and milk, you feel some real progress is being made.

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Eventually, after doing this activity so often, children can recognize the objects on their own, like this apple, bytouch.

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Eventually, after doing this activity so often, children can recognize the objects on their own, like this apple, bytouch.

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With other objects.

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With other objects.

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Here is another student playing with items out of a basket, recognizing names for items and colors.