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I’m going on a trip 1-8-08 Outcomes: break the ice, learn names, word association, concentration, a clear understanding of the alphabet, concentration, language, memorization, social integration, cooperation, listening skills. Description: The class sits in a circle. The first participant says, “My name is _____ and I’m bringing a/an _____.” The object being brought should start with the same letter as the person’s name. The next person repeats the previous person’s name and object then comes up with his or her own. The next person, starting at the first person in the circle says all previous participants names and objects. Personal Reaction: I have played this game before but I still liked it. It really helped me learn my classmates’ names. I remembered more than I thought I would. It annoyed me when people didn’t pay attention and slowed the game down. This game could be playing with students with disabilities and should be played with students 8 years and older.
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Imaginative Transformation 1-10-08 Outcomes: use of imagination, non literal thinking, creative, memory, level of acceptance for change, improvisation, turn-taking, patience, sharing, sense of humor, language, abstract thinking. Description: The class sits in a circle and passes a pen around. Each person, upon receiving the pen, “transforms” the pen. He or she claims the pen is something other then a pen. Personal Reaction: I thought this game was interesting, it revealed a lot about my fellow classmates and their thoughts. This game seemed to take a really long time, I think it would have been better that after everyone in the circle finished the object was replaced with something else to transform from. This game could be played with students 5 years and older and is suitable for children with disabilities.
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Pass the Squeeze 1-10-08 Outcomes: motor skills, patience, ability to multi-task, self-confidence, cooperation, concentration, trust, body control, focus. Description: The class stands in a circle and one person starts by squeezing the person’s hand who stands beside him or her. That person then passes the queeze around the circle. Personal reaction:
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