Allyson Andrews E01 Careers in Early Childhood Education Assignment Number 04 January 15, 2018
Scenario 1 (Using Lincoln's Logs) Students will be placed at a playtable in groups of four. On the table there will be four number cards. The students are supposed to identify the number on the card by placing the correct number of logs next to the corresponding card. Students are free to create any shape using the correct number of logs. Skills Developed 1. Recognition of numbers and patterns. 2.Arranging objects in a logical order. 3.Ability to follow instructions correctly. 4.Work with tools Part B 1. Students will be placed individually and will be given a small basket. In this basket they will chose a sand paper card which has different number names written o them. The students will then match the number name to its corresponding digit which will be on the table. This activity develops the student’s ability to follow instructions correctly and recall information. 2. In addition, students will be given five (5) wooden blocks and would be asked to arrange them according to size, ranging from the smallest to the largest. This activity will develop the student’s ability to work with tools and to arrange objects in a logical order.
The first activity uses Friedrich Froebel’s philosophy that according to Bredekamp (2011)
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