Mathematics - Counting, Understanding Subtraction, Physical Development - Fine Motor Skills, Mental Development - Improving Focus & Concentration
THINGS REQUIRED - Golf/Hockey/Any Stick, Shoe Box(Home Item)
Step 1: Take any shoe box from home and cut a hole as shown in the picture, through which a ball can pass through easily.
Step 2: Take Golf/Hockey/Any stick and give it to your kid.
Step 3: Ask the child to goal the ball into the hole of a shoebox. Smaller kids can pot the ball by even going near by dragging.
Step 4: Your child will have 10 turns, and your child will count successful pots, and you will guide him to find un-successful pots (total attempts - successful pots) to teach the concept of subtraction.
Step 5: Play this game 5 to 6 times with your kid in 1 to 2 days. Each time add one Graph line(Representing successful pots out of 10) as shown in picture and ask your kid to color it. For example kid scored 9 at first time and 5 at second time in picture...
a) You can repeat this activity by cutting more than 2 pots in one shoe box or use more than one shoe box and ask your child to pot ball in different labeled holes by standing at different locations.