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Monday, April 26, 2010


(photo courtesy of microsoft clipart)

We played another cooperation game on Thursday. It is probably a game everyone has played once in their life. It's the Hot-Cold game. It never occurred to me to try this with the children.

This is the game where you hide something and someone has to find it while you give them clues of cold--if they are far from the item; warm--if they are getting closer; and hot--if they are ready to find it.

I'm sorry I don't have pictures--it never even occurred to me to grab my camera. I know, where was my brain? Anyway I presented this with a grown up doing the hunting first. A grown up hunted two times and then I let a little one do it, but I was close by.

The children weren't quite sure when to say hot or cold. They kept wanting to tell the searcher exactly where the item was.

They had a great time, though. They were very sad that it was time to leave. I promised them we would do it again soon.

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1 comment:

Tia Verinha said...

I love ít. I have mad a hospital in my classroom. You can see in
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