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Alphabet : S > Games

SSSSSnakes added 2-13-01 Original Author Unknown

Pretend to be Snakes and make the SSSSSS sound and slither on the carpet.

Sliding S added 2-13-01 Original Author Unknown

Make a big letter S on the carpet using masking tape. Have class take off their shoes and slide on the letter S in their socks.

Shapes  added 2-13-01 Original Author Unknown

Treasure Hunt Prior to class, hide various shapes around the room. When you begin your lesson show the children the various shapes they are to find. Give each child a copy of the shape they are to find, and a clue. Then set them loose to find their shape. As a reward, have snacks of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that are cut out from various different shaped cookie cutters.

Suitcase Game  added 9-24-01 Original Author Unknown

Bring to school a number of little articles in a small suitcase to use for memory training with small groups of children.  Lay the things out for them to see.  Talk about each one so that they will know what it is.  Then have the children take turns blinding their eyes while you remove something. Have the blindfolded children remove their blinds and tell you what is missing.

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