Label the body parts!
What is it
Structured worksheets with differentiated levels to teach your child the labels of different body parts:
Picture to word matching
Cut and paste sight words
Learn the word labels of different body parts
Worksheet skills - using a ruler, cutting and pasting
How to use
1. Picture to Word Matching
Various prompts have been provided for learners of differentiated levels
- Dotted matching lines
- Shadow picture prompts
Prompt your child to read the words to prevent guesswork
While pointing to the picture, have your child find the matching word on the right side e.g “Find the word ‘eyes’ ”
Guide your child to use a ruler to join the respective dots together
2. Cut and Paste Sightwords
Cut out word labels or have your child to cut them to practise fine motor skills
Start with pages with picture prompts provided on the blanks
Picture prompts help your child associate the body part with the corresponding word label
Picture prompts are then faded and your child has to read the word and match the correct body part independently!
Using a ruler can be challenging for many children; be encouraging and generous with your prompts!
Provide lots of praises for doing the work!
Have your child paste post-it notes on your face/body with the different body part labels to generalise learning
Sound out the letters when reading
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language: Point to your ear?, Where’s mummy’s knee?
General knowledge: Your nose is for?, What can you do with your foot?
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