Mental Development - Emotional Intelligence, Critical Thinking, Mathematics - Numbers Recognition, Counting, English Language - Alphabets/Words Recognition
THINGS REQUIRED - Plain Papers, Scissors, Marker/Pencil, Tape, Balls, Plastic Bottles
Step 1: Draw numbers/Alphabets/Words (As per your child age) with marker/pencil on small plain paper pieces, cut them and stick them on any kind of bottles using tape. Your teacher will provide your next words/alphabets, if you are enrolled in the 3 Month course.
Note : If your kid is 4 year old or older, Visit this Guide to get best list of words for your kid to use in this game.
Step 2: Ask your child to sit in front of these bottles with some distance depending on your child's age and hit the bottles with a ball.
Step 3: After each shot, ask your child to count
a) how many are still UP
b) how many are knocked DOWN
c) which number bottles are knocked DOWN
and ask him to write a count on paper. Each correct answer will give him 2 points and he will have 10 turns.
Step 4: Put some dot stickers on the floor and draw a numbering sequence. Ask your child to put the fallen bottles back to their place with that numbering sequence to play again.
a) You can ask a kid about different emotions and how he feels when feeling different emotions like happy, sad, bored, angry? What are situations which cause these emotions? Can he recognise emotions of other people and what is the cause? You will listen strange answers but let him think about own and others emotions
b) You can also draw emotion images on chart paper/plain paper like happy, sad, angry, etc. and stick on bottles.