Anna Nagar


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Children are introduced to new, abstract concepts that require them to store information in both their short and long term memories – letter sounds, sight words, numbers and so much more, Which makes memory skills pretty important in the scheme of things!

So today our ELP 3 b children played a memory game which was perfect in helping them to s-t-r-e-t-c-h their encephalon! Playing memory games are full of fun, they impart a sense of rush inside especially when timed. We displayed a series of pattern for a few seconds and covered the pattern that children should recreate in the same order and color. The game was made more gripping and action packed by adding to the number of blocks and decreasing the time.

They stopped, focused, recalled  and executed!





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