What is it
Matching worksheets with items associated to garden
Picture to picture (with tracing prompt)
Picture to word (without tracing prompt)
Learning to match different things found in the garden
Learning the labels of things found in the garden
How to use
Introduce the different things found in the garden to the child
Get child to articulate words or imitate actions associated with each picture
Help your child with using a ruler if he or she is having difficulties with drawing lines
Pair this matching activity with a garden-themed song/video or with a trip to a garden to enhance the child’s learning experience
Introduce the different vegetables to your child at the supermarket or at the dining table
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Point to the carrot
Expressive language - Point to a picture and ask ‘What’s this/What colour’
Yes/No Questions - Point to a picture and ask ‘Is this a xxx’
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