Musical Chair – To get students flexing their listening and social and problem-solving skills.
Young children love to move. When children take part in music and movement activities, they are allowed to have fun, be creative and dance around and burn off some energy. In reference to participating the students in physical experiences that allow them to explore their skills and capabilities and to try new things, we had a musical chair game. When these experiences are group activities, children also benefit from learning social skills such as turn-taking and encouraging others, listening skills, as well as spatial awareness, and a developing sense of safety.
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