If you want your child to not just know the name of the fruit, but was able to describe each fruit, its taste and smell, to distinguish from similar so these 8 games on the development of memory is what you need!
We offer you and your child to play entertaining games for the development of short and long term memory, as well as to increase vocabulary, especially in botany and floriculture.
“What the fruit was called?”
The goal: to teach the child to find a fruit or a plant according to the description, on the grounds that it conveys.
You will need:
You can use any other fruits that you have. An adult needs to describe in detail the fruit or plant, its color, taste, smell, and other outward signs that the child could guess what it was.
The goal: to develop memory and attention baby.
You will need:
Lay on the table 5-6 fruits or plants. Ask the child to close his eyes or turn away and take one of them. Now let the kid guess what fruit or pot is not.
⠀ “Make subject”
The goal: to give the exact characteristics of the plant, find it in the description.
You will need:
You can use any other fruits and house plants. The adult tells the child to choose one fruit from lying on the table, but do not call it. Then you ask the child about this fruit, and it needs to explain what kind of fruit the hidden in describing it. According to the description you have to guess the fruit are allowed to ask leading questions.
Very fun to play this game with a big family or friends baby.
You can also ask him to change places with you. Now you have to describe the object by its characteristics, but it will try to guess which fruit is hidden.
“Guess that describes the”
The goal: to teach kids to describe the fruit, not looking at him.
Arrange any fruit on the table, ask the child to choose one and make it for others. Now cover the fruit with a towel and let the baby describes the fruit, not looking at him.
The goal: to develop observation skills and logic to play you need to take 5-6 different plants. “Store,” comes the child and describes the plant which he wants to buy, without naming it.
The seller needs to figure out what kind of plant is it and give it to the buyer.
“Find the herb taste”
The goal: to expand the child’s vocabulary to explain the tastes: sweet, bitter, sour. Put on the table, pomegranate, grapefruit, lemon, orange, pineapple and cover with a towel. In another bowl put chopped these same fruits and treat the child. Kid tries a piece and have to guess part of what fruit he ate.
“See the fruit smell”
The goal: to teach the child to recognize the plants by the smell.
Take a box, cut slices of orange, pineapple, grapefruit, lemon, etc. Put chopped fruit in a baggie. Tell your child that Pechkin postman brought the parcel predlogaet to get one of the bags. Let the child smell to recognize what fruit in the package and will tell others so that they could guess. Called the fruit is not permitted.
“I was born gardener ”
This game is great to play in a kindergarten or with multiple children.
Have each child choose a plant and each will speak in turn on the name of your flower. Host starts the game, saying: “I was born gardener, not a little angry, all the flowers I put on, except…” and calls any flower.
The child, in whose hands the flower, says: “Oh.” The gardener continues: “What’s wrong with you?” The child says: “in Love”. Facilitator asks: “To whom?”. The child calls the name of another flower and the conversation repeats itself.
“Fall in love” again in the gardener only after 3 conversations with flowers.