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Dear Tom

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by midgey, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. how about making camps, under the tables using sheets blankets what ever is available, you could discuss best methods what to do in the camp etc etc. Picnics under the tables, make the food first. Sellotape paper under the tables and get the children writing or drawing, could be secret codes. Almost anything which makes them think laterally! Forgot to ask how old is Kindergarten?
  2. Tom_Bennett

    Tom_Bennett Occasional commenter

    In England we would welcome it if you sent some sunshine over! Failing this, I recommend a good tidy up game after every activity- plan for activities that require lots of materials and movement, and then you can reap the benefit of all that spare energy! Of course, you'll probably be exhausted coordinating it all, but at least they'll let off some steam. Shorter activities than normal, of course.
    Good luck

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