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Double Entry Attributes and Frames - Logic Blocks

The attribute sheets for Logic Blocks are complementary material that allow us to work more in depth on the development of the child's logic, since it will be the child who will have to interpret the meaning of the symbols without us saying anything. To understand this article you must have previously read the one on: "Playing with Logic Blocks at Home" The attributes of the LADO logic blocks are represented with the following symbology, in pieces that fit together: INITIAL ACTIVITIES: First we prepare the pitch. For these activities we are going to use the Attributes for Logic Blocks suitcase from LADO Ref 229, which includes all the previous files, plus other materials that we will see. We take...

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We work with Logical Blocks

What is there that a child likes more than playing with their parents or an adult? Put these games into practice and you will be helping them develop their logic, differentiation and classification skills. There are endless games that can be made with logic blocks and even more so with LADO Logic Blocks (Ref 226) that provide more attributes to go deeper into classifications, series and logic games. And why logic blocks are the best for this? They are the best because they are simple pieces that only differ from each other by 1,2, 3, 4 or 5 attributes, they do not have more differences, nor commercial additions as if they have the rest of the toys, and this allows...

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We continue, Operations on the run

As we agreed a few days ago, today in our article we provide you with exercises already proposed to Play: "Operations on the run" with I Learn to Calculate (besides we offer you a discount for everyone who wants to have it) We have classified the exercises by the difficulty of the operations: simple : 1º Simple operation (addition and subtraction) and non-repeated results Row of Operations: 1+2=, 4+4=, 5+1=,3+2=, 5-3=, 8+2=, 7-4=, 6+3=, 3+8=, 1 +6= Results: 3,8,6,5,2,10,3,9,11,7 Objective: For each child with the result sheet to find their partner. I encourage speed, whoever arrives before wins 1 point. 2nd Simple operation (multiplication) and non-repeated results Row of Operations: 1x2=, 4x2=, 5x3=,3x2=, 3x1=, 2x2=, 3x3=, 7x1=, 3x1=, 5x62 Results:...

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Operations on the run

With this game we are going to work on children's mental calculations in a more fun way for them. We are going to suppose that we are before a group of 20 children (Although you can adapt it to the number that you are in class). We take the pieces of our Learn to Calculate and create 10 operations indicated as these (of greater or lesser difficulty depending on the level of your class): , , , The good thing about this material is that it allows us to fit the pieces together as if they were a puzzle and in a very stable way, which allows children to hold them in their hands without continually disassembling them. You will...

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Shall we play decompose?

Today we present you a game to practice NUMERICAL DECOMPOSITION with rulers and gain agility. Materials: - 2 game panels . We take two sheets and create the following two game panels. In one we indicate the numbers that we want to decompose and in another the criteria that the decomposition must have. Then we put each one in a cardboard box or on the sides of our LADO suitcase so that they are delimited. (By clicking on the images you can download the pdf of these two models.) - Two tokens (whatever they are, two stoppers or two erasers) that will serve as indicators. - Our LADO Strips Game format: We throw a token on each side of the...

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