Show and tell 3 pdf
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Show and Tell 3 Student Book
Let the children take turns in a show and tell "activity" A child will come to the front of the room or in the middle of a circle and will SHOW the class something and the classmates will TELL what the child is doing. Such as hopping, skipping, eating, jumping, walking like an elephant. Keep the game moving so that each activity takes 60 seconds or less. The children will run to a grab bag and hold an item up and TELL 3 things about that item. Keep this game moving so that no one gets bored and so everyone has an opportunity to pick a grab item. The teacher will fill the grab bag with items such as candy, gum, small toys, clothing, books, knick knacks, etc.
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Early Childhood Education Journal. Show and tell is a common activity in many early childhood settings yet many teachers question its value. The purpose of this article is to review the benefits and limitations of the traditional approaches to show and tell and to present an alternative approach based upon appropriate practices that was implemented in a multi-age classroom of 3- to 5-year-old children. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide.
Share Print. You can visit our worldwide website for our globally available teaching resources, or visit our local website for for products, events and materials for your area. Buy from. Activities encourage children to explore the question while learning the language they need to think and talk about it. End-of-unit class projects consolidate learning and encourage children to work collaboratively. Stories, hand-eye coordination practice and letter formation activities lead to reading and writing simple sentences.