Who am I?
Each child is given a male or female animal identity, which is unknown to themselves, but is shown to the others by a sticker on their forehead. The idea of this game is for the children to discover their identity, without talking, and then to find their partner and form male/female pairs.
To find out what animal and gender each player is, the children must help each other by looking at each other’s stickers and then giving clues through actions and animal noises, but without talking.
For example, for a bull, a child could display two big horns on his head. For a cow, a child could say “moooo” and show her udders.
At the end of the game, the children should be lined up along the hall, with cow and bull, fox and vixen, cock and hen, boar and sow, and so on, all standing in their pairs.
Description: The Sight of Dew on a Spider’s Web in the Early Morning Sun
Explanation: Explain how paper is made.
General Knowledge Quiz #2
See if you know the answers to these questions. If you don’t, find out from an encyclopaedia
- Name the three different branches of the mammal family.
- Name three chemical elements with the letter “H” in their chemical symbol.
- What is a gerund?
- When is a semi-colon used?
- Which great musical composer became stone deaf?
- In the Beatles’ medley, played on “Abbey Road”, who is Mean Mr. Mustard’s sister?
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- Monotremes, marsupials, placentals
- H (hydrogen), He (Helium), Hg (Mercury)
- A verbal noun, ending in “ing” which names an action or activity. e.g. I like reading.
- Between two principal clauses instead of a conjunction. e.g. Most of the children went home; two of them stayed behind.
- Polythene Pam