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Didactic games in mathematics 2018
2016-07-04, 22:04:54
Material: white cardboard, colored cardboard of different colors, tape, scissors.
Progress: of white cardboard I made a card base out of colored cardboard, cut out different shapes: kittens, assorted colors, leverets white and gray colors, bells different colors, lemons and apples, buses. All cut material was pasted with Scotch tape.
Usage: this Handbook can be used as in individual work, and direct educational activities.
"Who has more? "
The goal: to exercise in the score and the count of objects within 10.
Content: the teacher gives the children homework: on the top strip of card to put a certain number of pieces on the bottom is another number. Then the children ask questions: "Who has more? ", "One less? ", etc.

"Any more bells? "
The goal: to teach children to see equality and inequality of groups of objects.
Content: the teacher gives the children homework: on the top strip of card to put a certain number of pieces on the bottom is another number. Then the children ask questions: "What kind of bells more? "What should I do to blue Golden bells became equally? ", etc.

"Compare"
The goal: formation of representations about quantity.
Content: the teacher gives the children homework: on the top strip of card to put a certain number of pieces on the bottom is another number. Then the children ask questions: "What more? ", "equal? ", etc.

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