The child will be able to compare and match the objects based on their color and size.
Matching means seeing a relationship between objects and seeing the things which look the same. For example, a kid puts two toys together as they look the same and have both yellow colors or puts two books in the same bookshelf because they have the same size and look the same.
Comparing means looking at two objects and finding their similarities and differences. For example, - We show two toy cars to a child. Both the cars are yellow but have different sizes. Then, we ask him to choose the bigger one. So here, the child will compare the two vehicles and then select one.
Matching and Comparing go hand in hand. First, we compare the objects and then match them.
TEACHER - What do you see here?
STUDENT - Ma'am, So many shapes.
TEACHER - Good, Let's start with the first one; what is this shape?
STUDENT - Square.
TEACHER - Right... What is its color?
STUDENT - Yellow.
TEACHER - Very nice. Can you find another square on the screen?
STUDENT - Yes, ma'am. It is a purple color.
TEACHER - Excellent, So, we have to match the shapes, but their colors are different. OK
STUDENT - Yes.
TEACHER - Congratulations. You have completed the first level. Let's start with the second level. So, What do you see here?
STUDENT - Ma'am again shapes.
TEACHER - Oh yes. Can you find two similar shapes?
STUDENT - Ma'am, two squares, but both are in purple.
TEACHER - Yes. But, Can you see one is small, and the other one is big?
STUDENT - Yes, ma'am. This one is big, and this is small.
TEACHER - Correct, wonderful. Here we have the same shapes with the same colors, but their sizes are different. So, we have to match big shapes with small shapes.
TEACHER - Now, we are on the third level. It is a little different than the other two. What do you see here?
STUDENT - Ma'am. There are so many things like a car, orange, t-shirt, leaf, apple, flower, and hat.
TEACHER - Right, and we can see different colors of square and rectangular boxes, right?
STUDENT - Yes, ma'am.
TEACHER - So here, you have to place these objects in the correct color boxes. Like, this yellow car will match with the yellow box. Got it?
STUDENT - Yes, ma'am.
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