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Garden Matching

What is it

Matching worksheets with items associated to garden

  • Picture to picture (with tracing prompt)

  • Picture to word (without tracing prompt)

Teaching Objectives

  • 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

Teaching tips

  • 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’

-Specially created by Our Special Story-

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