Do you want to strengthen your children with a compact vocabulary? Are your cute, little friends talking a lot? Don’t you think that the time has arrived when you should start introducing your little friends to the beautiful world of several meaningful words?
If yes, then we are here to help you in this memorable journey through which you can successfully improve the English vocabulary of your kids.
So, let us take the very first as well as quite vital step to teach your children some useful words, along with their meaning while playing. Here, we will show them some useful four-letter words.
Here we go with….AE.
List of 4 Letter Words With AE
|Aery||an adjective characterized by lightness and insubstantiality|
|Aero||a combining form meaning air|
|Aeon||an indefinite and very long period of time|
|Aeta||an indigenous people inhabiting the southern and central Zambales mountains in Pampanga, Zambales, and Bataan provinces of the Philippines|
|Alae||a wing or winglike structure or process, like a part of some cartilages and bones|
|Blae||adjective of gray-blue or bluish-black|
|Brae||a steep bank or hillside|
|Uvae||plural of UVA/ a small juicy fruit containing several seeds|
|Whae||What/ asking for information|
|Rhae||a noun, meaning flowing|
It will always be an unforgettable experience to explore some four-letter abbreviations that have AE.
In fact, sometimes your little companions may ask you about several commonly used four-word acronyms. So, let’s go through some of them below.
List of 4 letter acronyms with AE
|AESC||Automotive Energy Supply Corporation|
|AERS||Atlas Energy Resource Services, Inc.|
|AEDT||Australian Eastern Daylight Time|
|AEST||Australian Eastern Standard Time|
|AESR||Aeronautical Equipment Service Record|
|AEI-T||Army Enterprise Infostructure-Transport|
|TFAE||The Following Are Equivalent|
|MSAE||Master of Science in Applied Engineering|
|SLAE||School Of Liberal Arts and Education|
Activities With 4 Letter Words With AE
Sometimes, you may feel that it is urgent to teach your little children several useful new words that may strengthen their vocabulary, right? However, all of your long-term efforts may result in a big zero if your adorable partners do not know how or where to use them.
Now, it is not so easy to force those little, curious beings to read some books or tell them to jot down several new words with AE and their usages. This may reduce their interest in studying new things and the curiosity to use them in the right places.
So, to avoid this, one of the most useful things is to engage them in some attractive game-like activities that will help them be focused as well as to encourage them to learn more.
So, let us discuss some helpful yet simple activities that will guide and encourage your tiny tots to use some of the newly learned four-letter words in the correct way.
1. Name Game
Naming something is one of the most incredible as well as simplest things through which you can strengthen the vocabulary of your little partners.
When you are looking for some easy ideas to teach some useful and notable four-letter words to your tiny tots, it will be a perfect and easy way to teach those words through an enticing name game. In this, you must say something, and your kid has to give the right answer.
Also, you can try this game in turns. You can do it like this; first, you will ask something to your kid and your little child will give the answer and after that, the opposite way. With this activity, your tiny tots can explore some new four-letter words, with AE, without even feeling bored.
Q: What will you call an indefinite and very long period of time?
Q: What is a combining form meaning air?
Q: What would you call an indigenous people inhabiting the southern and central Zambales mountains in Pampanga, Zambales, and Bataan provinces of the Philippines?
Q: What is the noun that means flowing?
Q: What will you call a steep bank or hillside?
Q: What is an adjective characterized by lightness and insubstantiality?
2. Fill In The Blanks Activity
Another very amusing and incredibly simple activity is widely known as fill-in-the-blanks. Through this learning method, you may show your kids some useful four-letter words.
Through this game, your cute companions will not only be able to learn the new words without any difficulty but also to use them perfectly. Moreover, this kind of easy-to-enjoy word-game will be of incredible help for their future studies.
3. Word Matching Game
Word Matching Game is another alluring learning method through which you can teach your tiny companions something useful. You will have to get only two sets of Flash Cards to play the game.
One set of those cards will come with several interesting pictures and the other set will have the new 4 letter words. After this, you just have to make use of some commonly-used four-letter words like aery, aero, aeon, aeta, uvae, brae, frae, etc., and get those cards that contain these words.
Then, just tell your tiny companions how to read those flashcards and also the way to match them with the respective words.
Furthermore, you have to tell your kids how to do the matching activity and allow them to follow the steps previously performed by you.
4. Word Puzzles
There are various types of word puzzle activities that you may play with your little kids. One of the simplest ways is to play it with a few scrabble tiles and after that, you can tell your little accomplices to unscramble them.
This will be a fun activity when you try to ask your little accomplices to enjoy this activity with some interesting four-letter words with AE.
First, you have to draw all the letters on the pavement and then say a specific four-letter word, like an aeta. Hearing this, you kid has to come forward and then stand on each of the four alphabets of the word to complete the game.
Also, the opposite method will be another great experience. Your little friend will stand on the letters of a word one-by-one and you have to say the word made by them.
So, we hope that these fun learning activities will help you in your planning for offering some significant knowledge to your kids. For some more ideas, just follow us.
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