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Games & Outdoors : Animals > House Pets

Mother Cat added 8-2-98 Original Author Unknown

Have the children sit in a circle. One child is selected to be the MOTHER CAT. After MOTHER CAT has left the room, choose several other children to be KITTENS. All of the children cover their mouths with both hands and the KITTENS start saying MEOW, MEOW, MEOW. When the MOTHER CAT returns, she should listen carefully to find all of her KITTENS. When she has found them all, another child should be chosen MOTHER CAT and the game can continue.


Copy Cat added 8-2-98 Original Author Unknown

Have one child be the CAT and clap a rhythm for the group. The other children listen and then be the COPY CATS. They clap the same rhythm as he CAT did. Another child now becomes the CAT and creates a rhythm for the COPY CATS to imitate.


Kitty Kitty, where's your yarn? added 8-2-98 Original Author Unknown

At circle time have a child sit in a chair with his/her back to the rest. Have a ball of yarn on the floor behind the child. Choose another child to hide the yarn behind his/her back. When child has hidden the yarn and is ready Chant with the group, "Kitty, kitty where's your yarn? Somebody took it from your home!" On this signal the child in the chair has to try to guess who has the yarn. The child who had the yarn is the next to sit in the chair and try to guess, proceed this way until everyone has had a turn. (Kinda Like Doggy Doggy where's your bone?)


Dog bone dig added 2-2-04 Submitted By: Kellie Meixner

Get some dog biscuits, shaped like bones. Bury them in to a plastic tub filled with beans.  The students can take turns digging them up.  You can also divided up in teams, and each team has 1 minute to dig up as many as they can.  The kids love acting like dogs!


 

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