Learning concepts is not always easy for children. Especially teaching the child something without activities or games will cause that information to be not well established. So, how about learning the concepts with games that can be easily applied and enjoyed in life?

We will learn the “Big-Small” concept. For this, we write a few words related to these concepts in the box below. While teaching-learning these concepts, don’t forget to use the following words too!

Big

Bigger

The biggest

Small

Smaller

Smallest

Size-small

Size

- Talk with your child about size-small concepts. Compare relative large and small objects with each other. “Look, here is the big spoon, yours is the small spoon. “My feet are big, your feet are small!”
- You can do the following activity together. This activity will show how our gestures and gestures are while explaining the concepts of small and big, and on the other hand, it will ensure that the child has a pleasant time.

**Activity**

The huge elephant walked with great strides. (Hands are walking.)

He shook his big ears. (He puts his hands to his ears and makes a waving gesture.)

He drank water with his big hose. (The two hands are joined together in a cross and swing in front of the nose.)

He sat down on a big rock. (The big movement is made with the arms.)

(The voice is spoken by thinning.)

The little ant walked with small steps. (Walking movement with fingers.)

He shook his tiny antennae (Two fingers swing.)

He looked around like this, saw the huge elephant (A look around gesture is made.)

He walked with small steps, sat down on a small rock (Small movements are made with the hands.)

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]]>Learning concepts is not always easy for children. Especially teaching the child something without activities or games will cause that information to be not well established. So, how about learning the concepts with games that can be easily applied and enjoyed in life?

We will learn the “Big-Small” concept. For this, we write a few words related to these concepts in the box below. While teaching-learning these concepts, don’t forget to use the following words too!

Big

Bigger

The biggest

Small

Smaller

Smallest

Size-small

Size

- Talk with your child about size-small concepts. Compare relative large and small objects with each other. “Look, here is the big spoon, yours is the small spoon. “My feet are big, your feet are small!”
- You can do the following activity together. This activity will show how our gestures and gestures are while explaining the concepts of small and big, and on the other hand, it will ensure that the child has a pleasant time.

**Activity**

The huge elephant walked with great strides. (Hands are walking.)

He shook his big ears. (He puts his hands to his ears and makes a waving gesture.)

He drank water with his big hose. (The two hands are joined together in a cross and swing in front of the nose.)

He sat down on a big rock. (The big movement is made with the arms.)

(The voice is spoken by thinning.)

The little ant walked with small steps. (Walking movement with fingers.)

He shook his tiny antennae (Two fingers swing.)

He looked around like this, saw the huge elephant (A look around gesture is made.)

He walked with small steps, sat down on a small rock (Small movements are made with the hands.)

you can browse the events for more.

]]>The points that the teacher should pay attention to while doing number writing exercises:

• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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The points that the teacher should pay attention to while doing number writing exercises:

• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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The points that the teacher should pay attention to while doing number writing exercises:

• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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• The teacher first of all uses paper and pen to write numbers.

should not connect. Some examples of activities that can be done for this purpose are:

• Creating and cutting numbers from sandpaper

• Cut figures from fabrics and stick them on cardboard

• Conducting germination experiments in the form of numbers

• Creating and pasting numbers with legumes

Painting numbers with chalk, watercolor or finger paints

• Drawing numbers in the air with nose and nose

• Asking him to make figures with mud and clay

• The teacher can put the correct spelling of the number on the table.

The cards with these numbers can be hung in the classroom.

• While teaching the spelling of the numbers, children’s writing should be checked. Because it is more difficult to correct mistakes later.

• For left-handed children, the teacher should be left-handed, if possible.

using model must be. This means that the children watch the teacher and

It provides convenience in terms of taking models.

• As well as hanging on the board or writing on the board. The teacher should put numerical models in front of each child in order to be a model. This does not mean that the child can copy horizontal and vertical views.

it will help him.

• The written forms of the number “four (4)” can be confusing to children, as they are used in different ways in different places. Therefore, the teacher should help the child understand that both software have the same number.

• While the teacher works on writing numbers with the child,

He has to make sure that he wrote down all the numbers from 0 to 9.

For more, you can check the activities below.

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