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Améliorer l’acquisition du nombre des GSM grâce aux jeux de bataille et de dominos

Abstract : Our research is aimed at improving the arithmetic skills in kindergarten children with two games - Strip Jack Naked and dominoes – that we have created. We wanted to find out whether these fun activities could enable the children to identify and ungroup a number of objects in a given collection. The BADO group first played the card game and then dominoes and conversely for DOBA group. The performances of these two groups were then compared to those of a control group, the CONT group who had followed their usual school activities. The ANOVA test was then applied to compare the performances of the three groups before and after the above-mentioned activities. BADO and DOBA group showed greater progress in conservation and counting than the CONT group. What is more, the DOBA group performed better in the last ANOVA test than BADO and CONT groups, which indicates that playing dominoes before Strip Jack Naked may be more efficient than playing in the reverse order. To confirm these results it would be necessary to work with a greater number of children and over a longer period of time.
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Marie Bourven, Marion Kieffer. Améliorer l’acquisition du nombre des GSM grâce aux jeux de bataille et de dominos. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01357222⟩