• Flannelegraph - a visual aid for preschool children

    Once fabricated, a flannel will serve your child right up to school. This visual aid deserves special attention from parents whose children do not attend kindergarten. The popularity of the flannelegraph is explained not only by its simplicity and cheapness. With the help of pictures of different subjects it is possible to organize developmental activities with children from six months and up to about six years. So, the very first games are aimed at distinguishing colors and shapes. A little later, an idea of ​​the magnitude and ratio of objects relative to each other is given. It is convenient to group images on a common basis (all large, all round, all having wheels), look for the superfluous in the series - for example, stationery among foodstuffs or a pet in a series of wild animals. On the flannel it is convenient to reproduce the sequence of events from children's fairy tales, to create different landscapes: forest,deserted, urban. Pictures do not slide off the board due to the rough surface of the flannel, because this material is also pasted on their reverse side. Additional fasteners (stickers, pins) are not required. Practical and safe! 1. For self-production, you need small carnations with hats, a detached plain flannel of light shade, a chipboard of any convenient size 1.5-2 cm thick, a hammer, pliers may be needed.
    carnations with hats
    2. If the angles of the future flannelograph are sharp, they should be worn out. In the presence of a board with processed corners and ribs immediately proceed to the fastening of the fabric (pre-ironed). proceed to the fastening of the fabric
    3. It is better to tilt the material with the inside: it looks so aesthetic and eliminates the shedding of the thread.
    the edge inside
    4. The finished manual is attached to the wall or furniture at a minimum angle. Even with an almost sheer surface, the pictures will not fall.
    is attached to the wall
    5. Illustrations made on thin paper are glued first to the cardboard and then to the flannel. Difficult subject pictures can be processed with PVA glue, then pressed to the fabric, dried under pressure, then cut out.
    Illustrations
    6. Large and bright images with a traced contour are found in books aimed at children up to two or three years old. We wish your family exciting games! And take care of the flanlegraph from home fluffies who sharpen their claws anywhere.
     Large and bright images
     Flanelegraf visual aid

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