Sunday, June 16, 2024

The Clapping Game

by Mark Warner
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David Holley

The game is called the clapping game. It encourages good group work and listening skills and can help to develop the children’s sense of rhythm.

There are two teams, 1 team consists of the teacher and the other is the whole class. The teacher claps a pattern and the children then copy the pattern. If the teacher only claps once, then the children must not clap. If they do, then the teacher gets the point, and if they do not, then they get the point.

You let them know that you want to win, and they will never beat you and will encourage them to try even harder.

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