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Yes...I said SKUNK... My kids love to play this fun game. The only materials needed a pair of dice for the teacher and a sheet of paper for each student. Oh, and an overhead projector is helpful too. Begin by having each student draw a game board on their own sheet of scrap paper like the one pictured below. I usually have students fold the paper hot dog and then hamburger style. Once folded, open the paper back up and draw a game board in each section that was created by the folds. This cr
Bed sheet ping pong. Super easy and such a fun cooperative game. The youth had to pass back and forth a ping pong ball. Then we switched it up and had them throw it in the air as far as they could. King sheets would be fun too. The YW and YM had a great time!
Guess Who? Cards are a simple time-filler activity for those times that you need to fill about 5 minutes before recess or lunch, or the end of the day. This activity also strengthens sense of belonging and community in the classroom. See this blog post for a brief explanation of how you can get started in your classroom.