Traditional games are those "games" that are practiced in group to have fun and entertain.
Many traditional games that survive today date back to centuries ago and is therefore called
"traditional" them, because many generations have grown pr
POLICE AND THIEVES:
Resemblance of tag and hide and seek, Children play this type of game is the two kinds of
games are mixed, one police two groups are the ones to catch the other group were called
thieves or burglars were called true. At first the polic
GAMES START ARITHMETIC
Observing is more than obvious; is to establish relationships between graduates aspects of the
same object, find correspondences between different intensities; is to state succession, spatial
and temporal relationships; is to make c
GAMES RELATED TO SPECIFIC OPERATIONS
Game 1 - Landscapes
Adding Application, first multiplication stage. Cartons three 25 x 20 cm. Carry a landscape
painted on top.
The first represents a house with three windows and a door, three trees, two cows, four ch
PLAY AND WORK
Differences, similarities and transitions
The game does not involve a conscious purpose or not practiced for this purpose only; the work
involves a conscious purpose and is made to this end; the activity itself is not a source of joy,
What is iron
In this series (slightly different presentation, adopting a provision in columns), the reference is
set relative to commodities. The object presented at the head of the sheet is a metallic object
(kitchen) accompanied by the text: "It is of i
PROGRAMS AND INSTITUTIONS OF LEISURE OFFER
UNICEF includes the playroom in their development projects worldwide.
In Spain was created in 1980 by Dr. Maria de Borja Pedagogy.
For the game can develop basic requirements of human character,
SOME CONCEPTS ON THE TEACHING OF THE GAME
1. THE GAME AND GAME THEORY
There are a number of theories that seek to explain the game psychologically. Now the game is
the most obvious thing that exists, but psychological explanations we do not usually explai
A series of small scenes of family life are drawn in cartons of 15 x 16 cm. Under these, the
teacher sets the phrase describing the scene and gives the child a second series of similar
queries that it must be placed by simple identification.
GAMES ON THE CONCEPT OF TIME
The assessment of the duration of an event generally excluded from school exercises, probably
because they have not found the means to enter, given the difficulty of making these practical
and accessible to the infant brain ex