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Games & Outdoors : Seasons > Spring

Flower Memory Game added 3-12-98 Original Author Unknown

Locate a package of assorted flower stickers. Cut several index cards in half and attach an identical flower sticker to each half. To play the game, place the flowers cards facing down on the floor or the table. have the child turn over two cards. if the flowers match, the child may keep the pair and take another turn. if the flowers do not match, the child should turn the cards over and another child takes a turn. Continue to play the game in this fashion until all the cards have been matched.


Streamer Tag added 3-23-00 Original Author Unknown

Give each child a paper or fabric streamer to play with outside in the wind. Have them hold it up and then let it go. You can also enjoy a game of streamer tag where
they tag someone with their streamer instead of their hand.


Puddles Game added 4-21-02 Original Author Unknown
 
 Have the children cut free form shapes from foil. Then glue to construction paper. When dry cut out the puddles from the construction paper. (This will make them more sturdy) Lay the puddles all around the room. There are several games you can play. Play follow the leader and have to stay on the puddles or play music and when the music stops the kids have to stop on a puddle. Great gross motor activity.



 
 

 

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