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Alphabet : J > Games & Outdoors

Jump rope games added 7-16-98 Original Author Unknown

Tried to actually "jump" rope; played "limbo"; put rope on floor and played "snake" on the floor where they have to jump over the wild slithering snake as holders shake rope.

Jack-in-the-Box Game added 7-16-98 Original Author Unknown

The children pretend that they are jack-in-the-boxes. When the leader says "Jack in the box" the children crouch down. When the leader says "Jack out of the box" the children jump up. From time to time repeat the same phrase twice in a row to make sure that the children are listening carefully.

Jumping Jacks  added 5-12-02 Original Author Unknown

Teach the children how to do jumping jacks. Count the number of times you can do them, see how high you can count. You can also call out the letter "J" every time you do a Jumping Jack.

I SPY Letter J  added 5-12-02 Original Author Unknown

Before the children arrive, place J items (jack-in-the-box, jar of jam, jug, jacks, etc...) in full view. After they all arrive play I spy a J object in the room and give clues until they find it.


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