4 games to learn differently

4 games to learn differently


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Learn the names of geometric shapes by touching them, learn mathematics by sharing toys or writing by labeling everyday objects ... and if you were inspired by the pedagogy of Antoine de La Garanderie to help your child develop your learning skills? Here are 4 games to offer him.

I see in the room

A game to develop your visual and auditory memory in space, to move and learn to find your stuff!

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The distribution of toys

A game to learn to share and start solving problems by only worrying about the instructions ... without involving your feelings!

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The triangle, the circle, and the square

A game to learn the names of geometric shapes by touching them. A fun game that allows you to feel the shapes before you see them, an ability that will find an interesting extension in the resolution of some geometric problems.

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I stick words

Inspired by the pedagogy of Antoine de la Garanderie, a game to learn to recognize the words of objects around us, while moving.

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These games are taken from the book Games to learn from the pedagogy of Antoine de La GaranderieThis book offers 70 fun activities to share daily to help your child develop his learning. The games offered are intended for children in nursery classes, between 3 and 6 years old. By Bénédicte Denizot, ed. Eyrolles, coll. Learn differently, € 16.06 (where to find it?).

Antoine de La Garanderie ... or success for every child

Philosopher and pedagogue, Antoine de La Garanderie (1920-2010) is considered as the "father of mental management". His deep conviction? Any child can succeed because he has resources that are just waiting to be exploited. He showed that if certain gestures are necessary to the learning of a sport or a manual work, it is the same for the intellectual apprenticeships. One is not born by being gifted in mathematics or in French. We do the right mental gestures (attention, memorization, understanding, reflection, imagination) that will allow to adapt to all subjects. For some, learning goes through hearing, for others, hearing or touching ... To each his way of learning.