Exercise of Logical Agreement: An Object and a Quality
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- 20 nouns on black cards
- 20 adjectives on brown cards (to match grammar box)
The adjectives used should be objective, i.e., not "good" or "pretty".
- The noun cards are given to the child and she reads them as she lays them out in a column.
- The directress reads an adjective card, and the child guesses with which noun it should be paired.
- After all of the adjectives have been matched, they are collected, shuffled and placed again in the column.
- The child reads each combination and states whether or not it could make sense.
- Directress says; "Some adjectives are very particular, while some can describe many nouns, ex: a sharp knife".
- The directress selects three nouns at random and isolates them.
- The child is given all of the adjectives and tries to match as many as possible.
Control Of Error
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