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Minute to Win it
Participants will work on a variety of fundamental skills as they engage in the many quick games in this activity.
Participants that are selected will disguise their voices when saying a word or phrase to a participant that cannot see them, and that participant tries to guess who said that word or phrase to them.
Participants pay attention to told stories and body language to help them discern true stories from the fake ones.
Noisy Animal Pairs
Participants get familiarized with the various sounds animals make as they search for their matching pair.
Participants will pay attention to their surroundings as they try to solve a murder mystery all while trying to avoid being taken out themselves.
Participants are going to create their very own comic book main character and the enemy of that character and then participate in a game of dodgeball with their characters.
This adaptation of charade allows participants to practice reading, build new vocabulary, and tell a story.
Get children involved in preparing for a talent show – integrate literacy in a variety of ways.
Teach children about foods from around the world, by asking them to create and present a commercial for their international restaurant.
Host a Book Party
Hosting a book party is a great way to get children excited about reading.
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