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Play and Learn verbs ( Class 1)
Author : sudha
Category : English Grammar
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How to Teach Verbs to Children, Play and Learn verbs ( Class 1)

Play and Learn verbs ( Class 1)

Hi This the summary time. We love to play at this holiday time but our terrible sunny days troubles us. So my friends leaarn english in easy way. Ask your friends to learn along with you so that you can easily learn the english grammar as a group

Let us know what is a Verb:

A verb is often defined as a word which shows action or state of being. The verb is the heart of a sentence - every sentence must have a verb. Recognizing the verb is often the most important step in understanding the meaning of a sentence.

Verbs are an essential building block of language which illustrate an action that is taking place. Instead of teaching action words through mundane lessons that revolve around dissecting sentences, get children up and moving with interactive games and activities that allow them to learn and enjoy themselves at the same time.

Instructions:

1.Print names of verbs on index cards. Set the cards in a face-down pile on a table, desk or other flat surface.
      
2.Invite one child to come up and take the first card on the pile.
     
3.Instruct the child to read the verb written on the card. Encourage her to act out the verb printed on the card. For example, if the word "run" is printed on the card, she may run in place.
     
4.Encourage other children in the group to guess the verb that is being acted out by the child holding the card.
    
5.Invite the first child who correctly guesses the verb to take the next turn. The new actor selects a card from the pile and acts out the verb printed on the card. Continue playing the game in this manner until all the cards in the pile have been used.

Alternate Verbs
        
1.Divide the group into teams of three or four children. Provide each team with a sheet of paper and a pencil.
     
2.Call out a common verb, such as "run," "walk" or "jump." Instruct teams to work cooperatively to create a list of alternate verbs that also describe the given verb. For example, if the given verb is "walk," children may add verbs such as "strut," "stroll" and "stride" to their lists. Assign an allotted period of time, such as two or three minutes, to complete the task.
      
3.After the time has expired, invite each team to share the list of words it has created. The team that generates the largest alternate verb list wins that round of the game. Assign new common verbs with each round. The team that wins the most rounds wins the game.


 

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