Component Matching Activity 漢字部件配對遊戲

Component Matching Activity 漢字部件配對遊戲

希望我們在這裏分享的各種遊戲能帶給孩子學習的歡樂,也帶給你更多的家庭教學靈感。大家發到【講媽 ⦁ 講爸】Facebook 群組 的孩子學習照片為我們帶來很大的鼓舞。要是你還未加入我們的大家庭,那就要趕快去看看喔!

We hope you have been finding these activities and tips helpful and fun. We certainly have been enjoying your pictures and feedback in our Sagebooks HK Parent Support Facebook Group. If you haven’t checked us out there yet, please take a quick second to join!

This week, we’ll be helping your children closely examine Chinese characters and the commonalities between similar characters. The component matching activity is to help build observational skills, teach components and radicals, and help your kid understand the logic behind the building blocks of characters. Ultimately, this will help your child identify unique characteristics as well as help with their character recognition.

ACTIVITY OF THE WEEK

Your child will be sorting and differentiating character cards into groups with the same components. This is a more difficult activity in general, but your young children should still be able to participate.

WHAT YOU NEED 道具
  • 思展閱讀練習卡 (或自製字卡) Basic Chinese 500 Study Cards (or make your own)
  • (optional) component cards – cards that have different radicals or components on them (eg: 耳石食言口手木目母)
準備 HOW TO PREPARE
  • You need to either create or purchase flash cards for characters share similar components/radicals and pre-sort
  • Also create component cards or write them on sheets of paper.
HOW TO PLAY 玩法
ACTIVITIY 1 - Component Matching Activity 1
(age 3+, single / multi player)
  1. Place 3-5 component cards in front of your child.
  2. Give child 3-5 character cards and ask them to put the character cards on top of the matching component card.
  3. If you have multiple kids playing, you can see who finishes placing all their cards first as the winner. You can decide whether you want the kids to have the same character cards, the same component cards, or not.

Depending on the age of your child, you can increase or decrease the difficulty level of the activity. If your children are really, young, start off with 3 character cards and 3 component cards. If you want to make it even easier, set out 3 component cards and give them only 1 character card. To make the activity harder, increase the number of character cards and/or increase the number of component cards.

Component Matching
Activity 1
Component Matching
Activity 1
ACTIVITIY 2 - Component Matching Activity 2
(age 5+, single / multi player)
  1. Deal out 5-10 character cards to your child(ren).
  2. Have them sort character cards into groups of shared components. (Note: there may be multiple combinations for the character cards depending on what characters you choose.)
  3. If you have multiple kids playing, you can see who finishes sorting the cards first. If they have the same cards and their are multiple combination choices, you can also discuss the different choices available to the kids.

The five year old of one of our parents loved the sorting activities so much that long after she was done doing their photoshoot, he sat there with the Sagebooks Study Cards and sorted and read the characters to his heart’s content.

Component Matching
Activity 2
Component Matching
Activity 2

我們希望能看到你的孩子做這些遊戲的照片或影片,也希望能聽到你的意見或提問。更歡迎加入我們的【講媽 ⦁ 講爸】Facebook 群組,我們等你喔

We would love to hear your comments and see pictures of your kids doing the activities. Make sure you join our Sagebooks HK Parent Support Facebook Group and share with us!

HOMESCHOOLING TIPS

有需要時,要隨時尋求幫助。

教導孩子是一件任重而道遠的事,路上會碰到各種障礙和問題,讓你茫然、生怯。這種情況下,放棄你的英雄主義,尋求別人的幫助吧。

很多Facebook 群組和網上的論壇都是你可以提問的渠道。(在發問以前,要先閱讀了解群組的規則,先利用它們的搜尋工具喔。大部分的問題都可能已經有人提出過,也有不少前輩已經提供過寶貴意見了。)

Ask for help.

Teaching Chinese to children is hard. It’s a long road and often, there are both big and small obstacles that discourage you. Sometimes, it’s even your children who are discouraging you – either due to their developmental stage or personality. Sometimes, it’s family or friends who don’t understand why you’re expending so many resources on Chinese. Whatever the reason, it’s highly likely that other people have experienced a similar situation.
 
There is no award for the most stoic or independent Chinese teaching journey. Ask for help.
 
There are plenty of Facebook Groups and forums online where you can ask your questions. (But before you do, make sure you read each group’s rules and utilise their search functions. If it’s a common question, it has likely been asked before.)

我們會經常為大家探討漢字和語文的課題。
要是你有特別的相關課題希望我們探討,歡迎您告訴我們。

We discuss Chinese language and culture related topics on a regular basis.
If you would like us to discuss certain topics about Chinese, please let us know.

更多教養支援 SUPPORT FOR YOU

很多家長都已是我們 Facebook 群組【講媽 · 講爸園地】 的成員。歡迎你也加入我們,一起互相鼓勵和支持,共同為孩子的學習而努力。

Many parents are already part of our Facebook Group. If you’d like to take advantage of the collective wisdom of your fellow parents, please join us.

We’d love to hear from you.

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Sagebooks Hongkong promotes independent reading and life-long learning by nurturing the child’s confidence, autonomy and self-teaching abilities. Since 2006. Find out more About Us.

© 2020 Sagebooks Hongkong. All rights reserved.

Sagebooks Hongkong promotes independent reading and life-long learning by nurturing the child’s confidence, autonomy and self-teaching abilities. Since 2006. Find out more About Us.

© 2020 Sagebooks Hongkong. All rights reserved.

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