How to play: Each picture has 4 items. Three of the items belong to one category, one belongs to a different category. Click the picture that doesn't belong.
Click the picture to hear the name. Click the colored circles make your selection. Click the big green arrow to move to the next problem. The problems are created randomly, so they will be different every time.
What is learned: This activity helps the student learn about categories: there are animals, birds, buildings, people, clothing, etc. The student can do this activity without knowing the language, so it is a good activity to help children get used to the sound of the language and start to learn some words.
Getting the most out of the activity: Click each color button and say the words that match the picture. Then try to say the word before you click the button.
Repeat the sentences that you hear.
Group activities: After doing the activity, review the vocabulary by asking "where is a pencil", "where is a blouse," etc. Later you can ask what something is. Let each student make up a problem using pictures from magazines and paste them on a page. They should learn the names and categories on their page so that they can ask the rest of the class to solve the problem and be able to tell the others the names of the items the same way the computer does.