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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction....................................... ................................3 Games for Infants.............................. ................................4 Clap Your Tiny Hands................................................5 Soap Bubbles....................................... .....................6 Blue Bird........................................ ...........................7 Two Black Birds............................. ............................8 Games for Toddlers................................................... ........9 Dressing Myself.................................................. .....10 The Wheels on the Bus......................................11-12 Buckle My Shoe...................................................... .13 Farmer Rings The Bell.............................................14 Wiggle Game..........................................................15 Ring A Roses................................... ........................16 Games for Pre-schoolers............................ .....................17 Hokey Pokey...........................................................18 Home Chores This Is The Way.........................19-20 Ten Little Boys and Girls.............................. ............21 Simon Says................................. ............................22 Animal Farm................................................ ............23 Ten Green Bottles............................................. .......24 Devotion Action Song.....................................................25 Conclusion............................................... .......................26 Reference................................... ....................................27

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INTRODUCTIONThis anthology of games is intended to be used when teaching infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. These children age between zero and six years old. It comprises of action songs and games that will greatly assist in the teaching learning process of young children.

Play is an essential part of the development of all children. Play is the childs way of learning. Through play, the child develops

communication, motor, problem solving and decision making skills. The child also learns to express as well as control emotions, take turns and cooperate with others. Play is also fun activity for children.

So, let the children play!

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At this stage children can do leg exercises, rolling and running and can sing a song with the teachers help.

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Name of Game: Concept: Objectives: 2. 3. 4. Materials Needed: mouth,

Clap Your Tiny Hands Introduction to Body Parts 1. To develop gross motor skills To identify a body part the hand To make sound with the body To enhance sensory development Teacher, students, body parts hands, ears, eyes and feet.

Procedures: Students and teacher will stand and teacher will ask students to shake their hands in the air. Students will be observed, then teacher will start song and do the action. Song: Clap your tiny hands Clap your tiny hands Clap your tiny hands for God Little children sing Little children sing Clap your tiny hands for God

Name of Game: Bush)

Soap Bubbles (Sung to:

The Mulberry5

Concept: Objectives: skills

Introduction to self 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. To develop fine and gross motor

To use different parts of the body in coordination To be able to sing along with teacher To be able to blow bubbles To attempt to catch bubbles with some success

Materials Needed: Teacher, students, body parts hands, mouth, ears, eyes, soap bubbles (liquid detergent and water ratio 1:2), hoops to blow bubbles. Procedures: them the them how to bubbles. Song: Have the children sit in a circle. Teach Soap Bubbles song and show blow and catch My bubbles flies over my head In the sky and far away My bubble flies over my head And look how I can catch it!

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Name of Game: Concept: Objectives: 2. 3. development Materials Needed: mouth, Procedures:

Blue Bird Blue Bird Comparisons In and Out 1. To develop gross motor skills To develop social skills turn taking To be able to sing along with teacher 4. To enhance sensory Teacher, students, body parts - hand; ears, eyes and feet. Students and teacher will stand and teacher will pair students to make an arch/windows. Teacher will demonstrate in and out while singing the song. A child will be added to the train each time the song says take a little girl/boy and pat him/her on the shoulder. Blue bird, blue bird in and out the Blue bird, blue bird in and out the window Oh Jenny Im tired You take a little girl/boy and you pat him/her on the shoulder You take a little girl/boy and you pat him/her on the shoulder Oh Jenny Im tired.

Song: window,

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Name of Game: Concept: Objectives: 2. 3. 4. Materials Needed: mouth, Procedures:

Two Black Birds Appear and Disappear 1. To develop gross motor skills To be able to sing along with teacher To enhance sensory development To understand appear and disappear Teacher, students, body parts fingers, ears and eyes. Students and teacher will sit in a semi-circle. Teacher will start song and demonstrate action to the children. Two little black birds sat on a wall (hold out a finger from each hand) One name Peter, one name Paul Fly away Peter (put finger behind you) Fly away Paul (put other finger behind you) Come back Peter (bring one finger in front of you) Come back Paul (bring the other finger in front)

Song:

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At this stage the child is able to play with bean bags, practice cutting paper, string beads and lacing and other self-help skills. The child can also do gross motor skills such as dancing with streamers, going through obstacle courses and touching toes.

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Name of Game: Concept: Objectives: skills 2. 3. 4. Materials Needed:

Dressing Myself Development of self-help skills 1. To develop fine and gross motor

To identify different body parts To enhance sensory development To dress body

Teacher, students, body parts fingers, mouth, ears, eyes, feet, brush, shirt, pants, skirt, socks, shoes. Students and teacher will stand in theatre style. Teacher will start song and demonstrate action to the children. Children will follow and imitate actions. This the way we brush our hair, Brush our hair, Brush our hair, This the way we brush my hair, So early in the morning. This is the way I put on my shirt, Put on my shirt, put on my shirt This is the way I put on my shirt, So early in the morning.

Procedures:

Song:

Continue with: pants, skirt, socks, shoes. Name of Game: The Wheels on the Bus10

Concept: Objectives: skills

Follow Instructions/Shapes - Circle 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. To To To To To develop fine and gross motor use different body parts appropriately follow instructions/imitate movements learn about a mode of transportation learn about different shapes

Materials Needed:

Teacher, students, body parts hands, mouth, ears, eyes, feet, tires. Students and teacher will stand in a circle. Teacher will start song and demonstrate action to the children. Children will follow and imitate actions. The wheels on the bus go round and round (each person will join both hands together make big circles) Round and round, round and round The wheels on the bus go round and round All over town. The horn on the bus goes, toot, toot, toot (both hands press imaginery horn) Toot, toot toot, toot toot toot The horn on the bus goes, toot, toot, toot At all the buses it meets. The Wheels on the Bus The people in the bus go up and down11

Procedures:

Song/Game: and

Name of Game:

(go up and down while bending knees and straightening legs) Up and down, up and down The people in the bus go up and down While bouncing in their seat. The doors on the bus go open and shut (hold arms straight in front, palms together, open arms, and close them) Open shut, open shut The doors on the bus go open and shut As the people come and go.

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Name of Game: Concept: Objectives: 2. 3. 4. Materials Needed:

Buckle My Shoe Development of mathematical skills/Counting 1. To develop fine motor skills To identify different objects To count from 1-10 To follow instructions

Teacher, students, body parts fingers, mouth, ears, eyes, feet, shoe, sticks, picture of chicken. Students and teacher will stand in theatre style. The teacher will provide each child with materials as above. Teacher will start song and demonstrate action to the children. Children will follow and imitate actions. One, two, buckle my shoe (children will follow game instructions) Three, four, shut the door Five, six, pick up sticks, Seven, eight, lay them straight Nine, ten, a big fat hen.

Procedures:

Song:

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Name of Game: Concept: Objectives: 2. 3. 4. 5. Materials Needed: Procedures:

Farmer Rings The Bell Being aware of family 1. To To To To To develop gross motor skills identify different family members enhance sensory development develop cooperation skills/taking turns make music with body parts - hands

Teacher, students, body parts hands, mouth, ears, eyes, feet. Students and teacher will make a ring (circle). One child will stand in the centre of the circle/children and represent the farmer. Song will be done while hands are clapped to the rhythm. The farmer rings the bell, the farmer rings the

Song: bell

Hear-o-the cherry-o, the farmer rings the bell. The farmer takes a wife, the farmer takes a wife Hear-o-the cherry-o, the farmer takes a wife. The wife takes a child, the wife takes a child Hear-o-the cherry-o, the wife takes a child. The child takes a cat, the child takes a cat Hear-o-the cherry-o, the child takes a cat.

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Name of Game: Concept: Obj