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Title: Early Childhood


1
Early Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities
Compiled by Kelly Birkett 2005
2
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Detection of
Sound Equipment required blindfold How to
Play A blindfolded student stands in the middle
of the circle of students. A child in the
circle makes a sound / says a word. The
blindfolded child identifies the student who made
the sound.
3
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Musical Statues Equipment
required music (recorded or played) How to
Play Students move freely to the music. When the
music stops the children must freeze. The last
child to freeze is out. The winner is the student
left after ever child has been eliminated.
4
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Repeat Teacher Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher tells the
students a sequence of numbers, animals, names,
colours etc. Student/s repeat the sequence back
to the teacher
5
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Sound Discrimination Equip
ment required Items for creating noises How to
Play Students listen to two sounds (eyes closed)
whistle, bell, clap etc, Students identify if
the sounds are the same or different Repeat this
with words NB This activity can provide some
initial information about student hearing loss.
6
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Sound Discrimination
2 Equipment required Instruments How to
Play Teacher uses a hidden triangle, drum,
tambourine link a movement to each instrument
(eg marching drum, shaking tambourine, tiptoe
triangle) When the children here each
instrument they move to match it.
7
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Clapped Rhythm Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher claps a
simple rhythm pattern. Students copy the
rhythm. Students can be selected to lead the
rhythm.
8
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Making Sounds Equipment
required Tissues How to Play Teacher makes a
single phoneme / sound. Students copy the
sound. Students feel their throat, cheeks etc as
they are making the sound. Eg mmm Students watch
each other create phonemes watching what is
happening with tongue, lips Students hold a
tissue in front of their mouth, and identify if a
sound uses breath or not eg p yes, n no
9
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Whats Left Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher says a number
of compound words. Then identifies one of the
words which make up the compound word. Eg rainbow
bow The student identifies the word that is
left. Eg rain. Other words Starfish, midnight,
cowboy, sandpit, hilltop,
10
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Compound Words Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher identifies a
word. Students make up as many compound words
using this word. Eg book bookshelf,
bookbag Foot football, footpath Sun Sunday,
sunrise, sunset
11
Sound and Word Awareness / Listening Games
Source Early Childhood Listening and Speaking
Games and Activities Compiled by Kelly
Birkett 2005 Activity Syllables Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher models
clapping out the beat of syllables in words
particularly words from familiar texts Students
join in clapping out the syllables with
teacher. Students lead in the clapping of
syllables.
12
Rhyming Games Source Early Childhood Listening
and Speaking Games and Activities Compiled by
Kelly Birkett 2005 Activity Rhyming
Pairs Equipment required None How to
Play Teacher says two words, then identifies if
the words rhyme or not (hold up yes/no card, or
make a ding sound for yes/ bahbow sound for
no Students identify if the words rhyme or
not Student can lead the rhyming
game Variation Teacher says three words Students
identify the word that doesnt rhyme.
13
Rhyming Games Source Early Childhood Listening
and Speaking Games and Activities Compiled by
Kelly Birkett 2005 Activity Rhyming
Snap Equipment required Cards with rhyming
pairs How to Play Students play snap Students
win when they snap on rhyming pairs
14
Rhyming Games Source Early Childhood Listening
and Speaking Games and Activities Compiled by
Kelly Birkett 2005 Activity Rhyming
Match Equipment required Images of a variety
items How to Play Teacher says a word Students
identify an image/word which rhymes with the
word Students can take on the role of teacher
identifying a word for the students to find a
rhyme with
15
Rhyming Games Source Early Childhood Listening
and Speaking Games and Activities Compiled by
Kelly Birkett 2005 Activity Rhyming in
Texts Equipment required familiar texts How to
Play Students identify words that rhyme in
familiar texts. Students can develop rhyming
games based on the texts.
16
Rhyming Games Source Early Childhood Listening
and Speaking Games and Activities Compiled by
Kelly Birkett 2005 Activity Oral
Rhyming Equipment required None How to
Play Teacher says a word Students provide a
rhyming word, orally
17
Rhyming Games Source Early Childhood Listening
and Speaking Games and Activities Compiled by
Kelly Birkett 2005 Activity Finish the
Rhyme Equipment required None How to
Play Teacher says a sentence / poem. Eg there
once was a cat who was very Students provide a
rhyming word to complete the sentence eg. fat
18
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Same or Different Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher says two or a
series of words. Students identify if the words
start with the same initial sound
(Yes/No) Students identify the initial sound of
each series of words with the same initial sound.
19
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Minimal Pairs Equipment
required None How to Play Students hold a
tissue in front of their mouth. Teacher
identifies minimal pairs (k/g, t/d, p/b)
Students say the minimal pairs and identify the
difference when speaking into a tissue. Place
finger on the front of the throat and identify
the way our voice vibrates for the following
minimal pairs (s/z. sh/zh, ch/j)
20
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Whats The Sound Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher says a
word Students identify the starting
sound Students take on the teacher role says a
word Other students identify initial sounds
21
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Students Name Equipment
required None How to Play Students group
themselves according the first sound in their
first name Students group themselves according to
the first sound in their surname.
22
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity I Spy Equipment required A
selection of objects (familiar for ESL
students) How to Play A selection of common
objects (each with a different starting sound)
are put on display for the whole class to see.
One student is selected to go first, saying I
spy with my little eye something beginning with
The group call out the object beginning with
that sound.
23
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Feely Box/Bag Equipment
required A selection of objects (familiar for
ESL students), Feely Bag/Box How to Play Feely
bag/box contain a selection of familiar
objects Students take turns to reach in and
attempt to identify the object and the sound it
starts with.
24
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Brainstorming Equipment
required None How to Play Students sit in a
circle Teacher identifies a target initial
sound Students take turns to identify words that
begin with with the target initial sound eg bag,
ball, bike, bat
25
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Picture Dictionary Equipment
required Posters with letters of the alphabet on
each sheet. How to Play Students cut out
pictures from magazines, draw pictures, Students
place the pictures on the alphabet sheets
identifying initial sounds
26
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Odd One Out Equipment
required Picture cards with matching initial
sounds How to Play Teacher shows the students
three picture cards two picture cards have the
same initial sound. Students name each picture
and identify the matching initial sounds, then
identifying the odd one out and the initial sound
27
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Tongue Twisters Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher says a tongue
twister. Students repeat the tongue
twister Tongue twisters start slowly and can be
sped up. A challenge to say the tongue twister as
many times without a mistake.
28
Beginning Sounds / Alliterations Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Oral Close Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher says a
sentence with a missing word. The initial sound
of the missing word is provided as a hint.eg I
went shopping and I bought a m A boys name is
D etc
29
Breaking words into Sounds Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Final Sounds Equipment
required Picture Cards How to Play Teacher
selects a Picture Card. Students identify the
word Teacher and students break the word into
sounds and identify the final sound Student
selects a Picture Card Students identify the word
and the sounds, then final sound.
30
Breaking words into Sounds Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Final Sounds Chain Equipment
required None How to Play Students sit in a
circle Teacher says a word First student
identifies a word that starts with the final
sound of the teachers word (eg teachers word
bell, first students word lion) Students take
turns to say a word starting with the final sound
of the previous word.
31
Breaking words into Sounds Source Early
Childhood Listening and Speaking Games and
Activities Compiled by Kelly Birkett
2005 Activity Sort According To Sound Equipment
required Picture Cards How to Play Students are
given a selection of pictures. Students sort them
according to the final sounds.
32
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Dead Ants Equipment
required None How to Play Children act out the
movement of different animals as they are called
out by teacher eg Jumping kangaroo, swimming
fish, slithering snake etc. When the teacher
calls out dead ant the students lie on their
backs with their arms and legs in the
air Students take turns to give instructions.
33
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Partners Equipment
required None How to Play Work in pairs. You
can only have the number of things touching the
ground that I call out. Eg 5 2 feet, 1 bottom,
2 hands Try working with 3 or 4 in a group The
number called out could be identified by the
teacher or could be based on a dice roll /
playing card
34
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Hot and
Cold Equipment required Object How to Play Hide
and object as a child searches for it, the
other children say hot if they are close and
cold if they are far away. Students can also
grade the closeness to the item by using warmer
and cooler You can use a bell or chime when the
child looking gets close to the object.
35
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Animals Equipment
required None How to Play Children act out and
make the sounds of Dog, chicken, horse, monkey,
snake, pig, sheep
36
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Shhh I Can Hear a
Equipment required None How to Play Teacher
says, Shhh I can hear a .it makes the sound
eg barking Children guess the object. Students
take the role of the teacher.
37
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Related
Words Equipment required None How to
Play Children sit in a circle. Pass an object
around only the person holding the object can
speak. Start with a word children take turns to
say a word that is related to the word said
before eg ball, bounce, catch, kick, football,
Essendon, bombers, etc
38
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Celebrity
Heads Equipment required Board and chalk How to
Play 2 or 3 children sit with their backs to the
board Write, draw or stick an image on the board
behind the person Children ask closed (Yes/No)
questions of the class about their word/drawing
39
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Who Has My
Tail? Equipment required Board and chalk How to
Play Children sit in circle, one child in the
middle with eyes closed. (Child could also be at
the front of the class with back to class). Put a
tail (eg a ruler) behind the child in the
middle Point to one child who takes the tail
and hides it behind his/her back. Child in middle
says, Who has taken my tail? The child who
has the tail says, I have. The child in the
middle has 3 guesses to identify the child with
the tail.
40
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Whats in the
box? Equipment required Objects and Box How to
Play Put an object in a box or a
container. Children try to identify it by asking
questions. Teacher only answers yes, no or maybe
41
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Who is the
Kitten? Equipment required None How to
Play Children sit with their eyes
closed. Teacher or selected student tiptoes
around and gently touches someone on the
shoulder. That person meows (or other
noise). Other children guess who is the kitten
42
Listening Source A few ideas from Jean
McDonald Aboriginal Hearing Katherine
Education Office Activity Oral Cloze Equipment
required None How to Play Teacher leaves out an
identified language structure/feature when
telling or reading a story (eg the verbs) The
children identify the missing word.
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