Educational game "Zoo"
This article will tell you how to make a development game, which will appeal to the youngest kids. How to play "Zoo"? Before the baby pictures of animals will be presented, and they will need to be decomposed into cells with names. Thus, it will be possible to study with the baby not only the names of animals, but also the sounds that animals utter: woof, meow, oinks ... To make the game we need the following materials: 1. Cardboard; 2. Paper; 3. Old magazines; 4. Markers or markers; 5. Ruler; 6. Pencil; 7. Adhesive 8. Nine caps from plastic bottles.Getting to the manufacturing process itself. Step # 1. We make the basis. We take a thick cardboard (for this you can take a cardboard box) and cut a rectangle out of it with A4 size. After sticking a white sheet on it. This stage is obligatory, since the base should not bend, otherwise it will quickly become dented, and will not have a presentable appearance.Step # 2.Paint the base (tablet). On our base, draw a rectangle and divide it into nine even cells, select them with a marker. Then we number the cells and sign them.Step number 3. We decorate the tablet. From the old magazines we cut out various cartoon characters and glue them outside the rectangle (cells). Be sure to decorate the tablet, then the child will be more interesting to play in the Zoo.Step №4. We draw and cut out animals. On white cardboard (you can take color) we draw animals step by step as shown in the example. After cutting them out. Step number 5. We glue animals on the caps.In order for the cardboard animals to keep their shape and it was convenient to take the kid in the handle to glue them to the plastic caps. Our game ready! Your baby will appreciate this fun entertainment. Have a good time!
Date: 09.10.2018, 12:37 / Views: 52354
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