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Q: Games for 3-5 year old students?

My friend has a demo at a school with 3-5 year old students. What games can he play with students that young. Thanks!!

3 years 8 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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You can play hide and seek with flash cards. One of the most popular games. Also, if you have a variety of flashcards with different colors sort them all out using the same colors. Such as a red clock, red hat, red chair etc., Play a game where they can walk, run, or jump around while circling the cards and when you say stop have 3 kids or however many flashcards you have down to sit on the cards. Afterwards ask the kids to bring the card if they hear their card that they are sitting on. It's kind of like a memory game! It's fun, but it's better if you put like colors together. 

 

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There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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Board games

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Fly swatters and vocabulary or picture flash cards on the floor.  Two teams.  Teacher shouts out a word.  First competitor to swat the correct flash card wins a point for the team.  Kids love the activity and all you have to do is sit back and bark the word as you sip your scotch and soda from a coffee mug.  Have fun!  indecision

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