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Three Period Lesson
Oral Language
  Oral language exercises
  Enrichment of Vocabulary
  Language Training
Written Language
  Written language exercises
  Graphic Symbols and their Key Sounds
  Sound Games
  Sandpaper Letters
  Moveable Alphabet
  Metal Insets
  Sorting Symbols
  Writing on Paper
  Upper and lower case letters
  Capial letters, Periods, Commas and Questions Marks
  Creative Writing
  Phonetic Object Box
  Phonogram Object Box
  Activity Words
  Puzzle Words 1
  Little Booklets
  Reading Folders
  Phonogram Dictionnary
  Puzzle Words 2
  Reading Classification
Total Reading
  Function of Words
  The Article
  The Adjective
  Logical Adjective Game
  Detective Adjective Game
  The Conjunction
  The Preposition
  The Verb
  The Adverb
  Logical Adverb Game
  Aspects of the Verb
  Continuation of Commands
Reading Analysis
  Simple Sentence Stage 1
  Simple Sentence Stage 2
  Word Study
Language Summary
  Writing and Reading
Cultural Work
  Music and Dance
  Biological Science
  Physical Science

Logical Adverb Game


- A container marked with the adverb symbol and containing the adverb symbol and second container having two sets of cards. Orange cards on which are printed adverbs and red cards on which are printed verbs. Each verb must have at least one adverb that makes sense with it. E.g. smile happily, wink shyly, etc.

Presentation: Same as logical adjective game

  1. Have the child read each of the read cards in turn, placing each in a column with ample space between each column.
  2. Then have the child read each of the orange cards in turn, placing each to the right of a red card.
  3. Have the child read each combination, seeing if it makes sense. If it does, leave the cards where they are. If it doesn’t make sense, take the orange cards and place them in a pile away from the columns of cards.
  4. Take the pile of adverbs and for the first verb that was mismatched, read through all of the adverb cards until you find a match that makes sense.
  5. Repeat for all single verb cards until all cards are matched.
  6. Read through all of the cards again to check that they all make sense.
    Place the correct symbols for the verb and adverb above each column of cards.


The child can work alone with the cards.



To help the child to see the logical agreement between verb an dadverb.

Control of Error

The directress


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