Opposite and Rhyming Words with Pictures 4 Matching Games for Kids
Opposite and rhyming words with pictures

Opposite and Rhyming Words with Pictures 4 Matching Games for Kids

Are you looking for the Opposite Words, Things That Go together and Rhyming Words With Pictures or Matching Games for Kids? So here is the Unboxing, Review and Description Of the Game that available online 

Opposite Words -Rhyming Words with Pictures

Creative's PRE-School Learning psck-2 flash cards

This game provides activities like opposite word matching, Things that go together matching and Rhyming words with pictures matching flash cads . I am Personally using this  preschool learning kit 2 for my twin kids.

Here I am Showing unboxing this Preschool Learning Pack 2   

rhyming words with pictures

Preschool Learning Kit

Unboxing
Review

This Matching Games for Kids is a 4 in 1 Learning kit that I am using for my twin kids. They are only 3 years old. And by using this Matching Games for Kids they learned Opposite and  Rhyming words with Pictures at a very early age.

So I personally feel that Matching games with colorful picture flashcards really helps kids to learn Opposite, Things that go together, and Rhyming Words very easily.

Description/Guide

This Matching games for kids is a combination of activities and games to develop Early Reading and Word Skills of children such as Opposite, Rhyming Words with pictures, Things that go together, and First words and enhance visual discrimination, and fine motor skills.

Learning Objective :

  1. Enhance Visual Discrimination
  2. Increase in Concentration
  3. Problem Solving Skills
  4. Learn Rhyming Words with pictures matching
  5. Learn Opposites with pictures Matching
  6. Increase Vocabulary
  7. Matching Skills

Contents:

  1. 4 colorful and attractive board book.
  2. 4 Sets of Activity/ Flash cards total 144 cards.
  3. Activity Guide
Matching Games for Kids
Opposite Words
HOW TO PLAY

2. Opposite Word puzzle cards

CONTENT: 36 Activity cards opposite words(18 Sets)

ACTIVITY:
1. Give anyone set to the child. Help him/her understand different word meanings by reading the word to him/her and explain the meaning of opposites. Also, have spelling and pronunciation of the words.
2. Now take out three or four sets of the word cards and help the child to correctly match the Opposite words.
3. Once the child is able to match correctly, help him/her in using these Opposite words in Simple sentences.

MEMORY GAME:
Place all the cards face down on some flat surface. Let the youngest player start the game. Let him/her turn over any two cards. If the card match, a picture-word card, and its corresponding opposite picture work card, the player may keep the cards and take another turn, if the card is different, they are placed back face up and the next player takes the turn. The player takes their turn clockwise.
The players have the added advantage of picking up cards from the cards that have already been revealed. The game ends when all the cards have been matched. The child with more cads is the winner. 

2. Rhyming Words With Pictures- Rhyming Pairs

CONTENT: 36 Activity Cards  of rhyming words with pictures (18 Sets)
ACTIVITIES:
The parent or teacher should first help the child understand what Rhyming words with pictures mean through various examples.
Match the rhyming words with pictures – 
1. Give anyone set to the child. Help him/her understand and distinguish between different meanings of both the words with the help of picture clues.
2. Now help him/her read or speak both the words and understand that both the words have the same sound.
3. Take another fat and ask the child to name and match the picture like chick-brick, dog- frog, and so on.
4. Mix picture-word cards of 3-4 sets. Ask the child to find, name, and match the correct Rhyming picture-words. Gradually increase the sets.

MEMORY GAME:

Place all the cards face down on some flat surface. Let the youngest player start the game. Let him/her turn over any two cards. If the card match, a picture-word card, and the corresponding rhyming picture word card, the player may keep the cards and take another turn, if the card is different, they are placed back face up and the next player takes the turn. The player takes their turns clock-wise.
The players have the added advantage of picking up cards from the cards that have already been revealed. The game ends when all the cards have been matched. The child with more god is the winner.

3. Things That Go Together Matching Games for Kids

CONTENT: 36 Activity Cards things that go together (18 Sets)

ACTIVITIES:

The parents should first help the child understand how some things go-together in everyday life through class-room situations and objects of daily use like: a toothbrush goes together with toothpaste, socks with shoes, a bag with books, etc.

INDIVIDUAL PLAY:

The child is required to make cards that go together. Spread 4-5 sets on the table and jumble them together. Let the child observe the pictures and match the corresponding pictures. Gradually make it more difficult by spreading more cards.

MEMORY GAMES:
Place all the cards face down on some flat surface. Let The youngest player starts the game. Let him/her turn over any two cards. If the card match i.e., an object card and its corresponding object card that goes together, the player keeps the card and takes another turn, if the car is different they are placed back face up and the next player takes the turn. The players take their turns clock-wise.

The players have the added advantage of picking up cards from the cards that have already been revealed. The game ends when all the cards have been matched. The child with more god is the winner.

4. First Word- Matching Games for kids

 

The parents should first help understand the concept of Matching Games for Kids.
1. Give anyone set to the child. Show the picture card of the set and help him/her recognize the name of the picture.
2. Show him the name of the picture printed on a separate card. Ask him/her to recognize and read the word.
3. Show the complete set and ask the child to name the picture, read the word, and match them.
4. Mix picture cards and word cards of 3-4 sets. Ask the child to find, name, and match the correct set. Gradually increase the sets.
5. Each set of cards have a similar color border to self-check correctness of the answer

Matching Games For Kids:

Place all the cards face down on some flat surface. Let The youngest player starts the game. Let him/her turn over any two cards. If the card match i.e., an object card and its corresponding object card that goes together, the player keeps the card and takes another turn, if the car is different they are placed back face up and the next player take the turn. The players take their turns clock-wise.

The players have the added advantage of picking up cards from the cards that have already been revealed. The game ends when all the cards have been matched. The child with more cards is the winner of this matching game.

EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS

Spelling

SPELLING GAME

Spelling Games For Kids

MAGNETIC BOARD

alphabet tracing worksheets

PENCIL CONTROL

MATCHING WORKSHEETS

THINGS GO TOGETHER

RHYMING WORDS

OPPOSITES

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  2. Barney

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