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Games & Outdoors : Me, Myself, & I

Copycats added 9-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Everyone copycats the actions and sound of the leader. The leader sings the rhyme below. Go first to give the children examples of the range of sounds and movements possible. Use any sounds motions should involve body parts moved in different ways. Repeat the same sounds and movements until everyone is able to imitate. Repeat the musical rhyme and begin again. This is a wonderful activity for even the introverted child.

Copycat, Copycat
That's what I am,
Copycat, Copycat
Do what__________ does, if you can


Guess Who? added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Fold a piece of paper(8x11?)in half. Having the fold on the top. On the front of the folded paper, on the one side write in bold letters GUESS WHO? Then next to this have the parent provide a baby picture on their child. Tape it on the paper. On the inside take a recent picture of the child and tape it in. You can do this at circle time or put them on a bulletin Board.


Mirror, Mirror added 8-19-02 Original Author Unknown

Standing face to face, the children imitate each others movements. Have them take turns being the reflections and the person looking into the mirror. They should move slowly and keep a close eye on their mirror images while making identical whole-body movements and facial expressions. 




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