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Word games for preschoolers

Children of middle school age are more active in seeking to understand our world. This is the age of “levels” when kids intensively develops thinking and language, increases vocabulary, it becomes more coherent and consistent. Children begin to distinguish the essential features of objects, group objects by material, quality and purpose. Can, for example, to group together various vegetables, flowers, trees, clothes, dishes, toys, etc. They begin to understand simple causal relationship, if there are phenomena that are familiar to them from previous experience, and in 4 years already know what happens and what not happens when you try to tell them about familiar objects and phenomena.

The caregiver develops the curiosity of the children, answering their questions; encourages the attempt to find the answer by observing phenomena and producing actions with different objects. It teaches children to compare objects by color, size, shape, correct to call them the signs; all kinds of games encourage active conversations children, expands their vocabulary, develops a coherent speech.

The educator conducts word games based on the accumulated in children the understanding of the surrounding. Continue reading

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