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Unread Apr 17th, 2009, 09:26 am
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Talking Re: games for small rowdy kids?

I have them play 'Blindfold'.
Just get a cotton scarf or big hankie to tie around the kids eyes (more if there are several) Then dictate anything from animals & clothes to the sentences in a story for them to draw on the whiteboard.
Students really enjoy seeing the 'mess' they've made when they take the blindfold off. Good for practicing prepositions too!. If the class is big, you can have them make a picture in teams then vote whose was the craziest!
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