1- In the classroom, place different furniture, tools, toys, etc. with their names written on pieces of paper.
2- On the desk of each student, place a card with their first and last name written on bold letters, without any type of ornament.
3- Give the students papers with sentences containing orders that they need to follow, such as: stand up, bring your notebook, clean the board.
4- Use tools that have their names written on them in clear sight, in order to do exercises to check their meaning and acquire new words. Use sentences on cardboard, such as:
Which table is the book on?
Bring the red wheel.
Which is bigger the horse or the dog?, etc.
5- Recognition of new words by context. For instance, the teacher can write on the board:
Micho ate the mouse.
Mary listens to the song.
The meaning of the words Micho and school is deduced from context.
6- On a calendar with only dates, place words that relate to time and weather, such as:
So they can use them in reference to the real world.
7- Show them short stories on cardboard, as well as short poems, songs, thoughts, etc. illustrated and placed in order, so they can do reading exercises.
8- Use words on cardboards, so that the teacher and students can form new sentences with them.
9- Show cards with sentences that repeat a certain word, for example:
I like oranges.
Bring me an orange.
Oranges are yellow.
So they can recognize that word.
10- Use games and exercises, made up by the teacher, to check the correct spelling and pronunciation of known words; for example: a kid shows words on cardboards and another one has to read them.