The Ministry of National Education prepared the “Contactless Games Book” for preschool and primary school first grade students to more easily internalize their mask, social distance and personal hygiene conditions and adapt to the new normal in an entertaining way. “While designing this book, we dreamed of the first day schools would open. We knew how important that first day was for children. ” Using the expression Minister Ziya Selçuk said, “Our aim was to ensure that children start primary school, one of the most important periods in their lives, in a healthy and happy manner. For this, we took advantage of the power of the game ”. Minister Selçuk accompanied the teachers rehearsing the plays in a school yard in Ankara.
“While designing this book, we dreamed of the first day schools would open. We knew how important that first day was for children. Our aim was to ensure that children start primary school, one of the most important periods in their lives in a healthy and happy life. For this, we made use of the power of the game, but from the “Contactless Games” suitable for our lifetime… Fun-filled games where children will both have fun and adapt to school life, their friends and teachers… ”
Ziya Teacher explained the non-contact games that will meet with all pre-school and primary school first grade students in the face-to-face training that will start on Monday, September 21, with these words. The Ministry of National Education prepared a "Contactless Games" book in order to facilitate and facilitate the adaptation process of children to school and the new normal, and the books were delivered to primary school first grade teachers to be applied in all schools as of September 1.
Minister Selçuk pointed out that each of the 60 games in the book, which does not contain any physical contact, will help children to develop various activities such as "meeting, communication, attention, movement and cooperation", and in the school environment and their lives, "masks, social distance and personal hygiene" He stated that these games, which will help them internalize their rules, will also support children to adapt to school life by getting rid of all kinds of anxiety and anxiety.
The games, which are designed to be played both in the classroom and in open areas, were prepared in a way that sufficient social distance between the students was provided and there was no need for the use of common materials. While all of the games in the book were played with children and finalized, it was aimed to appeal to children's skills in different developmental areas.
Accompanying the teachers who rehearse the non-contact games in the garden of Şehit Aytaç Usta Primary School in Ankara Yenimahalle Çiğdemtepe, Minister Ziya Selçuk said, “We teachers have a rule like this: Experience everything you will teach the student yourself, try it yourself. So, how are contactless games played with our colleagues here, how can they be arranged and which ones can be started? here we are rehearsing them. " said.
“First we designed our games, then applied them with children and kept their smiles and happy moments among the games. We now offer different games, which were previously practiced and enjoyed by children, to our teachers. " Minister Selçuk continued his words as follows: “We believe that our teachers will give their students unforgettable moments with these games and thus, thanks to this book, our children will start their schools both healthy and happy. I have no doubt that we will carry out this process successfully with the support of our teachers. "
"Contactless Games Book" Minister stating that thanks to harmonize environmental standards into the curriculum by creating these games Selcuk in Turkey, "said the study, Prof. great effort Dr. I would like to thank Tolga Erdoğan on behalf of our children and teachers ”.
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