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101 language games for children: fun and learning with words, stories, and poems

Contributor´s name +email (partner/associate´s partner)

LS PELICAN, schacherlova@skolapelican.com

Language/s

English

Author(s)+ contact information (email)

Paul Rooyackers

Title

101 language games for children: fun and learning with words, stories, and poems

Date

2002

Description

Language games allow children to stretch their communication abilities, enhancing vocabulary, conversation, and storytelling skills. A suggested age range accompanies each game in this book; some games may be adapted to different age groups. Language games for beginners focus on making children aware of the ways letters look, the presence of letters in their surroundings (on signs, for instance), and the different letter systems in different cultures. More advanced games include creating poems and haiku, making up stories, and joke-telling. 39 black-and-white illustrations are included in this wonderful resource for teachers, therapists, and social workers

Key words

language games, age groups, children, resource for teachers

Full reference (publication /web link)

Rooyackers P., 2002, 101 language games for children: fun and learning with words, stories, and poems, Berkeley, CA: Publishers Group West.

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