Bingo: actions and musical instruments

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Game for learning to differentiate 25 sounds of actions and musical instruments, associate them with their real picture, and discovering their names.

What do I learn?What do I learn?

  • Attention and concentration
  • Sensory development
  • Vocabulary and verbal fluency

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CONTENTS
– ONLINE AUDIO MP3
– 25 CARDS with PHOTOS on both sides.
– 150 RED COUNTERS

PSYCHO-PEDAGOGICAL OBJECTIVES
A SENSORIAL game of ASSOCIATION and AUDITORY RECOGNITION with which you can work on numerous fundamental psycho-pedagogical objectives for developing children’s language:
– Auditory discrimination.
– Acquiring an awareness of our sound environment by recognising musical instruments and actions.
– Relating the sound with the musical instrument or action that produces it.
– Enlarging vocabulary.
– Learning other languages.

RECOMMENDED AGE
From age 3 upwards.

DESCRIPTION
AUDIO ONLINE MP3 includes various audio clips. We have listed them below for your convenience. Their content is distributed as follows
– 1st Track: It contains 25 sounds with their names in the English language.
– Next 5 Tracks: each track contains the 25 sounds distributed randomly in different ways.
– Next 25 Tracks: each track contains one sound only to make them easy to find if you want to work with individual sounds.
The 25 CARDS with PHOTOS on both sides contain:
– On the front, a photo of the musical instrument or action.
– On the back, 6 photos of musical instruments or actions distributed in 6 frames.

METHOD OF PLAY AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
There are two ways of playing the game:

1. Recognition of sounds and their names. This serves to familiarize the student with the game and learn the sounds by making an association between the sound, its name and the photo. For this method of play, the teacher should use:
– The 25 CARDS with PHOTOS on the side where just one image appears (musical instrument or action), which should have been put in order in advance in accordance with the enclosed instructions.
– The ONLINE AUDIO MP3, using the track corresponding to the language in which you want to work (english).

 

– By playing this way, the whole class can join in, observing the photos of the musical instruments and actions while at the same time listening to the sounds and their names.

2. Sounds Bingo: For this method of play, you should use:
– The 25 CARDS distributed among the students, using the side with the 6 framed photos
– The ONLINE AUDIO MP3, using the following 5 tracks which play the 25 sounds of musical instruments or actions distributed randomly.
– The 150 red counters divided among the students, 6 per student.
– With this method, up to 25 students can play with their own card, listening to the AUDIO MP3 and looking for the corresponding sound on their card.
– On each track there is an order of winning cards in accordance with the sounds:
§ Track 15: card 9 (flute), card 1 (brushing), cards 5 and 21 (drilling), cards 19 and 14 (accordion).

§ Track 16: card 24 (whistling), card 6 (harmonica), card 2 (crying), cards 10, 14 and 23 (accordion).

§ Track 17: card 11 (crying), card 25 (triangle), card 24 (whistling), card 14 (harmonica), card 15 (yawning), cards 7 and 18 (violin).

§ Track 18: card 24 (xylophone), cards 10 and 14 (accordion), cards 3, 15 and 20 (yawning).

§ Track 19: card 13 (guitar), card 18 (brushing), cards 16 and 25 (triangle), cards 4 and 17 (tearing paper).

ACTIVITIES
RECOGNITION OF SOUNDS AND THEIR NAMES
– A) While the students are listening to the AUDIO MP3, the teacher holds up the corresponding photo in the numbered order and the selected language.
– B) With the photos divided among the students, they listen to the AUDIO MP3 and whoever has the photo corresponding to the sound they hear holds it up to show to everyone else.
– C) While listening to the AUDIO MP3, each student says the name of the sound out loud (listening the following tracks).

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– D) With the photos distributed among the students, or while the teacher holdsthem up, each student should say the name of a musical instrument or action and attempt to reproduce the corresponding sound.

SOUNDS BINGO
– With the cards distributed among the students, using the side with the 6 photos, they listen to the AUDIO MP3 and when a student hears a sound whose photo is on his/her card, he/she places a red counter on that photo. The winner is the student who completes his/her card first, with a red counter on all 6 photos.

 

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 10 cm per set
Age 36+ months. Age is indicative, use depends on the child's development
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