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...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Here is a response rhyme: ADULT: Boom! CHILDREN: Boom! ADULT: Boom-chicka! CHILDREN: Boom-chicka! ADULT: Boom-chicka-rocka! CHILDREN: Boom-chicka-rocka! ADULT: Boom-chicka-rocka-chicka-rocka...
...How to play Lie down in twos, one holding the other’s ankles. Now move like a snake, without letting go! Now see if one snake can join with another to make a four person snake – can it move around? As children get used to the game, can...
... Leaves went Spinning Away Ten Green Bottles Ten Men Went to Mow Ten Fat Sausages Sizzling in a Pan Use puppets as you sing: Daddy’s Taking us to the Zoo Tomorrow There was a Princess Long Ago Old MacDonald had a Farm I Went to Visit a Farm One Day...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Start with a circle, singing the circle song to help children to be ready quickly and quietly. Explain the game you are going to play. Give it a name and explain that the game only uses vowels...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Start with a circle, singing the circle song. Now go round the circle and ask each child in turn to say their name. Practice this until the children can do it quickly. Now ask them to go round...
...What you need two small plastic buckets with handles (decorators’ buckets are ideal – you can get them from a DIY store)What you do Make a circle and place two buckets in the middle. This is a call-and-response activity. You need to start...
...How to play The children can either sit or stand in a circle with their hands behind their backs. The children need to be as close together as possible. Choose one child to stand in the middle of the circle with their eyes closed/covered....
...How to play The children make a circle and you decide whether they need to sit or stand. Everyone holds the edge of the parachute and stands still until you give the following instruction: ‘All the boys!’ – This means that all those...
...Group size 5+ players per teamWhat you need None needed – just a space large enough for the children to ‘swim’ around in and an area marked ‘Home’How to play Choose a method of dividing the group up into two teams of equal numbers: one team...
...How to play Mark a starting line and a finishing line on the ground. Use your judgement about the distance apart, taking into account the age and experience of the children. Players take turns to balance a bean bag on their head...