In this game, students sit down in a circle on a dot/carpet square facing each other.
The number of persons who will play the game are counted. Dots/carpet squares, one less than the number of players, are arranged in a circle.
Are you ready for an oldie but goodie part game?
This is a tag game where dots/carpet squares are “safe zones.” When a student is on a “safe zone” they can’t be tagged. Randomly place the dots around your room and have students stand on a dot. Students can only stay on a dot for 3 seconds Students cannot return to the same dot OnceContinue reading “DOT TAG”
GAMING TOOL – SPOT MARKERS One of my favorite gaming tools is “spot markers.” These are anything that you can place on the floor for students to stand on. I use ‘floppy fliers’ that I purchased from Wal-mart for 99 cents apiece. I have also gone to carpet stores and had them donate carpet squares.Continue reading “MY NEIGHBOR”