Follow the path. Find the object.
Teacher's Note: Teacher may give enough practice on the directions (Upward, Downward, Left, Right ) before starting the game.
Procedure: The game may be played indoor or outdoor. Draw squares and place the objects or toys as shown above. Select any student randomly and play the game with the student as follows.
Teacher: Move 2 squares right. (shows the signs to emphasise the idea)
Student: Yes. Then..
Teacher: Move 1 square downward.
Student: Yes. I got the ball.
Student has to show the object what he has got on the place. Continue the same with other student for another object.
Following the instructions
I love picture stories.
1. Go to the shelf and take a book that you like.
2. Go to your place.
3. Open the book and enjoy looking the pictures.
4. Close the book.
5. Put it in the correct place where it was taken from.
Congratulate the winner who does the activity exactly.
Repeat the same for other classroom activities like hand washing, drinking water, taking a pencil from the pencil box.
(Mono-acting also can be done for the activities like getting ready to school, eating food, toilet habit etc.)
Which is Deva's house? Find and circle it.
Explain the path
Divide the class room into two groups. Let one group select a place in the picture as it's target to reach. (Example: Library) Another group has to tell the path from the for the target. Teacher has to facilitate the students to form instructions for the above activity.
My favourite toy.
Sponge, Rubber bands, Bindhis.
1. Take a sponge.
2. Put a rubber band in the middle of the sponge.
3. Now put another rubber bands on the top corners to make ears for the teddy bear.
4. Now use bindhis to decorate the teddy bear.
5. Draw eyebrows, nose for the teddy bear.
Practice the children with the following instructions along with actions.
Then invite the students for peer group activity and facilitate the same.
1. Wear the helmet.
2. Start the vehicle.
3. Signal red - stop the vehicle.
4. Signal yellow - get ready.
5. Signal green - go.
• Place the objects randomly on the floor. Divide the class into two groups. The selected student in the group should tie the kerchief around his eyes.
• Now the opponent team has to select the object.
• The player team has to give the instructions to achieve the target.
• The teacher should monitor and guide the activities then and there.