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Materials needed: cookies (Oreo’s are good) Directions: 1. Place the cookie on your forehead. 2. Put your hands behind your back. 3. Try to get the cookie into your mouth.
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CEREAL BOX MIX UP Object of the game: The students will put a cereal box puzzle together. Materials needed: cereal box cover(s), scissors Directions: 1. Cut the front of the cereal box into 16 equal squares. 2. Place the pieces into a pile face down. 3. Race to see which team can put their cereal box back together the fastest.
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For an added challenge you could cut the cereal box cover into a more difficult kind of pattern or have the students complete the challenge with one hand behind their back. SOLO TOWER
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Object of the game: Stack 6 cups and take them down, without any of them falling. Materials needed: 6 plastic drinking cups Directions: 1. Give the students a stack of cups. Have them stack the cups into any formation without them falling. 2. The student then needs to unstack the cups without the structure falling, all within less than one minute. Decide the number of cups that would be appropriate for your group of students. Obviously, the more cups you use the more difficult the challenge will be. The size of the cup may also make the game more/less challenging.
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RACE TO THE FINISH LINE Object of the game: Blow as many pom-poms or race to blow a plastic cup across the finish line, using a straw. Materials needed: Masking/Painters tape, straw for each student, these assorted pom-poms or cups, timer.
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