How diligently mind arises

Ele and Leo, companion band for teachers

82 70 G g A gummy bear appears to the mind, and it shudders the mind very much. Ghosts look around! Look around ! Ghost he, ghost he go around! Mid night! Mid night! Ghost he woke up now. Ghost he who lurks on walls, Ghost he who rumors in the dark, Ghost he who waits in the garden. Ghosts of those in the house - oh horror - grumble and growl, cough and puff, frighten and tease. Whatever such a ghost does, it has to rhyme in the night. 71 A ghost Take a cloth, a cotton ball, a needle and thread. Ghost rhymes If you want to keep your wits about you, you have to m ... A ghost has just awakened, because it is already striking ... Kunibert is a wild ghost, because he has made a keen mind difficult ... The ghost wants Make sure you have a little something from the cake ... Here are two ghost cats. Be careful, they can kr ... Get out of here! The ghost is now ... Family ghost 1 2 3 4 5 ghost stomping ghost ghost ghost learning ghost G g ghosts to page 70/71 Funny little ghosts do gymnastics in and around a castle. The emotional connection to friendly ghosts and spirits supports the retention of the sound and sign G g. Onomatopoeic rhymes invite you to a creative lecture. Handicraft instructions are selected and implemented. Every child has a little ghost available for scenic games. Additional text: The rhyming continues. Children can read the text and encourage other children to rime. Didactic topic: Morphematic principle based on the root word "Geist". Suggestions for teaching lessons •• There are funny little paper ghosts hidden in various places in the classroom. The room is slightly darkened and a torch beam searches the walls and furniture until all the little paper ghosts are found. •• The sentence “The spirits have now woken up” appears on the blackboard. The children talk about the topic and create their own ghosts on a large sheet of paper (possibly with white pencils on black construction paper or cut out of white paper). This is followed by exercises in writing motor skills and designing the ghost sheet with G g. •• Acoustic identification: Clear articulation (also playfully fearful: “GGGGeister”) of the words with G g with the help of 1 AH DS, p. 70, nos. 1 and 2. •• Optical identification based on the text on the page 70 in LLG: Which words have the new sign (ghosts, go, woke up, garden, horror)? The descender of the small g is discussed. • The text on page 70 is read independently. Good readers read the entire text; children who still have difficulties choose a section. •• Learning to write motor skills and 1 AH DS, p. 70, Nos. 3–5 and 1 AH DS practice, p. 50, Nos. 1 and 2 as well as 1 AH DS practice, p. 51, Nos. 1 and 2 • • Practice meaningful reading 1 Learn AH DS, p. 71, nos. 1 and 3; Telling and writing the story: No. 4. Make handkerchiefs according to the instructions on page 71 and play small scenes, e. B: What does the ghost like? What is his favorite thing to do? Where does it live? ... For testing purposes only - property of the publisher öbv

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