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Games & Outdoors : Animals > Penguin

Pass The Penguin added 2-2-01 Original Author Unknown

Play music and pass a paper or plastic toy penguin around. When the music stop, that child can walk around the center of the circle waddling like a penguin.


Polar Bear, Polar Bear, Penguin added 11-18-01  
Original Author Unknown

Play Polar Bear, Polar Bear, Penguin using the format of Duck, Duck, Goose. When the last person is tapped with the word penguin, the 2 involved students must waddle around the circle like a penguin as fast as they can, and try to reach the empty spot first.


Penguin/Seal Sliding Game added 11-26-01 Submitted By: Laurie Nelson

I found pictures of a penguin and a seal sliding down a hill in a children's picture book. The penguin is sitting on his bottom, and the seal is laying on his tummy. I copied them and made them into cards.  I took our large foam triangular shaped wedge and covered it with white paper, and then with smooth plastic (the kind you buy to put on the floor when you're painting).  The kids choose one of the cards and tell me "I want to sit and slide like the penguin"  or "I want to slide on my tummy like the seal".  They then sit on a piece of cardboard made into a sled or just on the plastic and slide down.


Penguin Shuffle added 11-26-01 Original Author Unknown

 Males protect the eggs by balancing them on their feet. So I place a bean bag on the child's feet and they shuffle from one place to another without losing the bean bag "egg".



 

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