Showing posts from July, 2018

Pronoun Garden - Learner Centered Touch and Play Digitial Content

Topic: PRONOUNS Grade: Primary Class Skill: Grammar                     Here is a great enjoyable learning PPT to get a good understanding of the grammar topic Pronouns for the primary classes. This learner-centered PPT material will help your students to an active participation in the classroom. You can download the PPSX from the below link and open in your mobile, tad and computer.                     Once you open the presentation it appears like the below picture. Now if you click on the below words (not on the He, She, It and They) it goes to the correct flower and place on the petal. for example, if you click on the word "chair" it goes to "It flower" and place on the petal.                   Download the PPT                               Along with that, you can read my old post-  to do a language activity for an activity-based classroom transaction to this topic.

Innovative grammar Activity-" Common Noun vs Proper Noun

Topic: Common Nouns vs Proper Nouns Skills: Grammar, Speaking Reading, and Creative Expression. Grade: 4th.                                    Grammar is a very difficult part to teach and also learn to children. We cannot teach grammar in a formal way to the primary children since they don't have such cognitive capacity to understand the rules. So we should teach in a contextual way. We derive the content from known to unknown and establish the rules finally. So I always plan and develop different innovative activities to teach grammar topics for my primary students. I panned this activity to teach Common and Proper Nouns for my 4th-grade children. I designed this worksheet to understand the topic easily and attract them towards the class. Once I gave an explanation about the Common and Proper Nouns, I played them a language game.  Language game: “Sit and stand”   It’s a just a simple sit and stand game.   If you say sit children will sit, say stand they will st

An Active Writing Task To Teach Fruits and Vegetables.

Topic: Food Items Grade: 4th Skills: Speaking, Writing and Creative Expression.                                      Activities always give great learning experiences for the children. Here is a simple activity assigned to my children in order to develop speaking and writing skills.                          In the part of a unit, I taught about fruits and vegetables. Later I planned an activity to write and express about their like and dislike fruits and vegetables.                          I gave them different fruits and vegetable puzzle pics. I paired them and asked to complete the pics and distinguish the fruits and vegetables. Then I Asked them to write their names in the given worksheet in the correct box.                         Later I instructed them to paste any two fruits and vegetables in the table of like and don't like and write in sentences in the below lines. I facilitated them to make the activity successfully in order to learn the content.      

An interactive Slideshow and Quiz on "Animal Sounds" - Developed using H5P Tools.

Topic: Animal Sounds Level: Primary Skills: Reading.            Here is an interactive slide show and quiz along with a self-learning video to teach few animal sounds for the primary students. It is somewhat difficult for the children to learn and remember the content so such material helps them to learn the topic quickly and effectively.              I have prepared the slides using H5P tools.  Learn the animal sound names using the slides. You can get the answer when you click on the turn.                                                                                 You can play the quiz. If you click on the answer that you think, just click on. It will give the right or wrong. You will get the next question once you click on the right answer. This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office . Hope you enjoy the post. Thank you.

Healthy Food- Speaking and Writing Activity

Topic: Food for Kids (Rhyme) Class: 4th Grade Skills: Speaking and Writing                   I started teaching the below by asking simple questions related to the food habits of my students. What they usually eat? and what they like most?  Food is good and tastes delicious, Keeps you healthy; it's nutritious. Food will also help you grow, Make you strong, when you grow. Eating foods that are purple and green, Will make you into a healthy teen. Many great foods are really yummy, If you eat too much, you'll hurt your tummy. About healthy foods, you should read, Learn what kids really need. Food information you could share, with your family, and show you care                 later I displayed the flashcards of fruits and vegetables and asked my students to name them. I wrote the words on the board. After the introduction of all these, I asked my students to identify the rhyming words in the poem. I also gave the meanings of the new words in