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Sea Creatures Picture to Word Matching!

What is it

Structured worksheets with differentiated levels to teach your child the names of different sea creatures

Teaching Objectives

  • Learning to recognise word labels of different sea creatures

  • Worksheet skills- using a ruler

How to use

  • Various prompts have been provided for learners of differentiated levels

- Dotted matching lines

- Faded picture prompts

- New pictures for generalisation

  • Allow your child to first look at the pictures of different sea creatures on the page

  • Prompt your child to point to the words and read aloud

  • While pointing to the picture, have your child find the matching word on the right side e.g. “Find the word ‘shark’”

  • Guide your child to use a ruler to join the respective dots together

Teaching tips

  • Provide lots of praises for doing the work!

  • Make it into a fun game where you and your child each gets a ruler as a “tool” to complete the “mission”!

  • Using a ruler requires a lot of practice, be encouraging and generous with your prompts!

  • Use your child’s sea creatures toys and cut out word labels for him/her to match

Embed more learning opportunities

  • Receptive language: “Where is the crab?”, ”Let’s pretend to swim like a jellyfish”

  • Expressive language: “What is this?”

  • General knowledge: “Which sea creature has tentacles?”

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