When you think of learning everyone thinks of sitting in a classroom and listening to the teacher but as Staford believes to be different even the teaching methodology is different here.
Staford School organized the ‘Memory Game’ for the pre-primary section on Thursday, 27th August 2015 with the motive of providing knowledge, to develop motor skills and to sharpen their imaginations and memory. Children learn best when they are doing something for a real purpose, so playing games is an easy way to support their learning, keeping this thought in mind the teachers organized some interesting games for them in which the little Stafordians participated enthusiastically.
The activity began with the recognition of the phonic sounds, quantity, visual and auditory round followed by the G.K quiz. Such activities are really helpful to develop reading skills, remembering letters, sounds, patterns important bits of a story, character name etc. Card games such as letter or word, flash cards, find the pairs and remember the objects on a tray are fun based activities to get the memory switched on and to work quickly.
Challenging activities push us to do more, get more, and think more. Similarly children too need to be kept occupied by making them think and adapt to the situation around them and we achieved the purpose of the activity by challenging their brains and keeping them occupied.