Tiny learners adore engaging in pretend play, making it an exceptional method for teaching various concepts. One effective approach is to employ pretend play to introduce children to the sequence of activities performed throughout the day. They can be encouraged to imagine themselves performing all the tasks from waking up in the morning to going to bed at night, thereby familiarizing them with the specific order of activities.
To proceed with the exercise, children can be provided with color-coded cards indicating different periods of the day, such as morning, afternoon, evening, and night, as well as cards denoting long and short durations. The educator then acts out a specific activity, and the children raise the card that corresponds to the appropriate time of day for that activity.