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• Pointing to flashcards on walls:
The teacher says a word and all the children point to the relevant picture on the wall.

• Running to flashcards:
The teacher says a word and the children run to the relevant picture.

• Jumping into hoops:
The teacher asks the children to jump into hoops laid out on the floor, saying, “jump into
the (red) hoop”

• Putting flashcards into hoops or onto furniture:
The teacher asks the children to put flashcards in different hoops or onto different
furniture in the room, saying, “put the (car) in the (red) hoop”

• Swapping places:
Children sit in a circle, each child has a picture card. When the teacher says their word,
they stand up and swap places with another child who has the same word.
Need: enough cards for every child to have one. At least 3 cards of each picture.

• Running game:
As above, children sit in a circle, each with a card. When the teacher says their word,
they run round, outside the circle until they get back to their place.
• Red, red, blue:
Children sit in a circle. One walks around the outside, saying a colour or name of an
object as he passes each child, touching them on the head. At one point, he says a
different colour or object and the child he touches as he says the new word has to run
around the circle and try to catch the first child. If he doesn’t catch him, it’s his turn to
walk around.

• Heads down, thumbs up:
The children sit at tables , with their heads down, eyes closed and their thumbs sticking
up, on top of their head. 3 children at the front of the class then each touch one person
(folding their thumbs down) and return to the front. They say “heads up” or “open your
eyes” and the 3 children who have been touched stand up and guess who touched them.
If correct, they swap places with their “toucher”. If wrong, they sit down again and the
toucher has a second go.

• (numbers) on backs:
2 children stand at the front of the class, facing each other. The teacher puts a sticker
on each child’s back. They have to find out what the other child’s sticker is and say the
word. WITHOUT TOUCHING ONE ANOTHER! The first one to say the correct word, wins.

• Guessing game 1:
The teacher holds a flashcard so the children cannot see what it is. Ask the children,
“What is it?” and the children guess the word. Whoever gets it right gets to be the
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