What do you want for Christmas?
In this lesson we played a new game.
The kids had a lot of fun as you can see from the photos.
One child was chosen to sit in the middle.
The others ran around the card to music.
When the music stops they needed to stop at the closest card and scream,
“What do you want for Christmas?”.
The player in the middle calls out one of the cards.
If a player is standing next to the card, they must change places with the person in the middle.
The kids repeated the phrase
‘What do you want for Christmas?’ many times.
It’s quite a difficult and long sentence so they needed to practice a lot.
Repeating the question over and over again helped them a lot with their fluency, and because we played a game it was fun, too.
It was so fun!