kids. Sunday , August 27th , 2017 - 02:26:11 AM
Take a Post-it note for each person playing and write down a different animal on each one. Stick one note on each player's forehead, so that they cannot see what animal they are, but everyone else can. Get them to write one for you, too. Each player now takes it in turn to ask a question which can only be answered yes, no or sometimes. Questions along the following lines will give you the information you need. Do I have four/two/eight/no legs? Do I have fur/feathers/scales/prickles? Do I eat other animals/plants/Cheerios? Keep going until you know which animal you are. If anyone is having real difficulty, give the first letter as an extra clue.
* Fine Motor Skills These include the smaller movement and many hand-eye coordination activities. Using the hands to eat, writing, drawing, get dressed, catch a ball etc.
There is an endless variety of cupcake flavors and you can spread frosting on top and decorate them. You can stir in pieces of strawberries, peaches, other fruits and nuts, or even make small versions of bigger types of cakes such as red velvet cake or upside down pineapple cake. You can make the music teacher Mr. Smith many of the same kind or create a few batches and combine the flavors to give several different teachers multi-flavored batches. My suggestion would be at least two different flavors, chocolate cupcakes of some kind and some fruit flavors: try triple chocolate and vanilla rainbow cupcakes. Add your choice of toppings and pack them in a sealed plastic container. Find some pretty wrapping paper and keep cool for as long as possible.
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