22 kolovoza 2010

Tragovi ptica / Bird tracks

Ovu Montessori vježbu sam napravila davno, ali je djeca vole. To je bila jedna od vježbi za djecu s teškoćama s vidom, za završni Montessori ispit. Kartice su napravljene od dva sloja debelog kartona (zaljepila sam ih jedan na drugi); karton sam "obukla" u plavu samoljepivu tapetu, a na nju sam zaljepila tragove ptica od žutog brusnog papira. 
Negdje sam čula da slabovidni bolje vide kontrast plavo-žuto nego crno bijelo.
Djeca traže parove po opipu, a vole raditi i s povezom na očima.
Na pozadini kartica su kontrolne točke.
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I made this Montessori exercise long ago, but the children love it. It was one of the exercises for children with disabilities with vision, for my final exam for Montessori teacher. Cards are made of two layers of thick cardboard (I have glued one on another); I "dress" the cards in the blue adhesive wallpaper and glued bird tracks of yellow sandpaper. 
I heard somewhere that the visually impaired better see the contrast of blue and yellow rather than black and white. 
Children are matching cards by touch, and love to work blindfolded.
On the back of the cards are the control points. 





Zaljepila sam tragove ovih ptica: vrana, patka, divlji puran, čaplja i emu.
I glued sandpaper traces of these birds: crow, duck, wild turkey, heron, and emu. 




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  1. wow those look great, I bet my daughter would love something like this!

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  2. We did an animal tracks activity a few weeks ago - I would love to make something like this as an extension! Thanks for linking up to Monday's Montessori Moment and thanks for this wonderful idea!

    (hugs)
    Jody

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  3. I'm glad you like it Jody :-)

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  4. HI! Are the footprints hand drawn? Or is there somewhere i can print, cut and paste? :P

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  5. Leptir! Thanks you for you comment on my blog!
    I don´t know english but for that they are the translators.
    I really liked this activity, and I'll see all your blog.
    Greetings from Mexico

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  6. twolittleseeds, Susanne, Feliz Mamá and melissa, thanks so much for your comments of support!

    Homeschool@sg, I googled "bird tracks" (images), and these are the results of the search!

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  7. Great work! I work with visually impaired children and I have to say you did a great job with these cards! It's true that blue - yellow contrast works better for some children. If you have only one visually impaired child in your group, you can always just ask the child what he/she prefers better, which contrast, show some examples and they will find what suites them best. It's a very "individual" impairment, so to say...
    I'll use this in work with my kids, love the bird footprints! :)

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  8. Thanks Girl Who Painted Trees :-)

    Izzy, hvala na dodatnim uputama i komplimentima :-)

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  9. What a wonderful idea! So creative. Thanks for linking up to Montessori Monday. :)

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  10. Thanks Nicole and Vanessa!

    Vanessa, welcome to my blog :-)

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  11. Estimada amiga gracias por presentarnos tan lindas fotos , de no ser asi que hay gente linda no podriamos conocer tan bellos lugares gracias y que Dios te bendiga ,un abrazo a la distancia.

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  12. Thanks for such a nice words, Argery Araya C. :-)

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