You need to consider how many children, and how much space you have, before you embark on the fully physical version of this game.
I’m currently using it at a music club, with about 15 Keystage 1 children (aged 5-6 years), in a school hall.
We have chosen three places in the hall: CLOCK, PIANO, DOOR TO THE GARDEN. The leader (it used to be me, but now the children take turns to lead) tap the rhythm of the word
tap TAP tap – piano
TAP tap-tap TAP TAP – door to the garden
and the children listen, and then run to that part of the hall.
I suppose you could modify it, to play it “on the spot”; SIT, LIE DOWN, STAND UP TALL. That would mean less charging around.
Or maybe the children could hold up words, or pictures; Elephant, Monkey, Bear. Now the game has become static – which, if I were to play it when I am teaching a class of thirty-three Keystage 1 children, in a classroom, might be more manageable.