Lesson Plans Early Childhood Education Personal and Social Education Games & Jokes Games Lesson Plan Memory

game with pictures of children â ¢ â ¢ â ¢ Goals - Having fun with the game of memory - Share the same game with a group of colleagues - know the rules of the game's memory Year Children between 2 and 3 years Estimated Minimum of fifteen minutes and 30 minutes for every situation Le arning Materials needed pairs of cards with pictures of children in the class, m inimum size of 10x10 cardstock paper or tougher plastic adhesive to coat develop ment activities 1. Taking photos of children and print each one twice for making the cards to inform the children that the pictures are being taken to construct the memory game. Cut and paste the photos on the card showing children as they become ready. 2. At present the game show wheel play and arrange the pieces for children to see how it plays. Initially proposed the memory game "open" (with im ages turned up) and propose that certain children are peers. Allowing children t o handle the cards, which are in no hurry to "take ownership" of the rules conventional. 3. Arrange tables with a maximum of five children so they can play the game at different times Bring other games that children already know (eg, p uzzle games, riding, ice-breakers) and to organize groups of children to play th em. If more than one teacher in the classroom, one can give support to groups th at are playing the games already known, while the other is on the table of memor y game. If there is another educator, first organizing the groups that will play the games already known. Allowing children to play without making systematic in terventions in the throws of each. The educator can be one of the participants o f the game and serve as a model for children. Promote the rotation of children t o play most every game. 4. Ensure moments in weekly routine for children to play the memory game During the reception of children, at the end of the day awaitin g the arrival of parents are good options for contact with the memory game 5. Cr eate new games and variations of the game from memory after the game to become w ell known, one can find variations of the game from memory, such as Lynx (a big basket with small images that children should seek from cards with duplicate ima ges ). Assessment should be developed to analyze patterns of observation the dif ferent ways children play and the degree of involvement of each one. From the an alysis of tariffs, the teacher can make adjustments with respect to the degree o f difficulty of the game, with it new challenges and propose changes.