"Our Everyday words" is the collection of pictures of around 200 words which are seen by the children around them everyday.
They are pictures of real objects as opposed to paintings/drawings. They are used in following ways to help children learn
Sorting of the objects based on their feature, function and class.
Identification of pictures of common objects
To develop more scanning ability
Identification of picture based on functional use of the object
To develop understanding WH-questions (Who, What, where, how)
Picture association or 'What Goes Together?'
Categorisation/Sorting based on feature and class
To develop understanding of 'Odd One Out'
To develop understanding of prepositions
To develop Listening skills/Auditory Awareness
To develop Short Term Memory
The collection of pictures is divided into two levels. Level 1 is the preliminary level
of very common pictures for the first stage of learning, and Level 2 is for advanced vocabulary.
Both the levels are divided into following categories:
daily living objects
house hold items
personal and electronic items
snacks and drinks
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