Monthly Archives: May 2014

Issue 129: Listen and run

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), … Continue reading

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Issue 129: Wiggle

You set up a steady pulse, counting to four. Once it is going well, everyone has to do a wiggle on count 1. That’s it. Simple.   Or do the wiggle on count something else. Or have two actions, on … Continue reading

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Issue 129: Recorders – Bringing the boys on side

The boys in my year 3 recorder class were getting bored… and not paying attention… and getting left behind. Not any more! I decided to call in Darth Vader. “Grasp your recorder like a light-sabre, left hand on top or you … Continue reading

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