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Jill Goudy
Jill Goudy • 2 years ago

Tip: Tape 5-6 large circles on the floor or use hula hoops. Label each circle with a category card (e.g. greetings, dictators, nouns, green things etc.) that relate to what you are studying. Students mingle to music and when the music stops, they step in or place a foot into the nearest circle and name an example of that category. For example, for the category "green things" they could say "tree" or "grass". There are many variations for the game...

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