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  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart


Jim Bowman

Break the class up into small groups of three or four. The Lion gives a large roar with claws showing. The Martian uses his hands at the side of his head and wiggles the fingers while making a beeping sound. The Salesman puts out a hand for a shake with a big "Hello!" On

three, the individuals in the group do one of the actions. If everyone does the same movement, they get a point. Play to 5 points. If they seem very "lucky" have them turn their backs and turn with their chosen movement on the count of three.

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