This video lesson is designed for 3-6-year-old children. This language lesson demonstrates how to match two similar pictures.
Matching two similar pictures or two parts of the same picture activities is a fun way to learn new vocabulary. Matching activities are numerous and can be adapted to fit different age groups.
Benefits of Matching Pictures activities:
- Introduce new concepts and enhance attention to detail
- Trains visual memory and improves concentration
- Boosts cognitive development
- Builds a sense of order
- Help to distinguish between things in everyday life.
- Identify patterns
- To help categorize things by their characteristics
- Improve vocabulary
- Develop thinking and problem-solving skills
- Develop fine motor skills
Materials needed :
- A small mat
- A container
- Pictures of fruits. (Two similar images of each fruit or two images complement each other, forming a fruit.)
Note: It is recommended not to laminate the images but to print them and stick them to the cardboard. Because, unlike laminated cards, cardboard is a biodegradable and recyclable material. It is recommended to play with picture matching activities during the sensitive period.
Watch the video to learn the concept of matching similar pictures. Encourage the child to perform matching activities on their own.
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Video created by: Alejandra Jurado