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Pomysly na zabawe - wieeelka lista po angielsku

  • 09.03.04, 17:16
    Czesc dziewczyny,
    Ponizej moja lista zabaw z dzieciakami.
    Niestety po angielsku, bo on jest moim jezykiem "w pracy".
    1. Color
    2. Blow Bubbles
    3. Play Hide-and-Seek
    4. Peek-a-Boo
    5. Play Chase
    6. Do Fingerplays
    7. Sing a song
    8. Collect rocks in a basket
    9. Make an obstacle course out of cushions and/or furniture
    10. Make a fort out of cushions and sheets
    11. Go for a Walk
    12. Make a Car out of a box
    13. Read a book
    14. Go to the park
    15. Fingerpaint
    16. Play with Clay-Dough
    17. Toss Bean bags into a Bucket
    18. Play the shell and pea game
    19. Dance to music
    20. Download games for toddlers from the Internet
    21. Practice putting things in and taking things out of boxes and bags
    22. Make a temporary slide out of a table leaf and your couch
    23. Roll a ball back and forth on the floor
    24. Scoop dirt or sand into a child's bucket (or use a serving spoon and bowl)
    25. Practice climbing by stacking boxes on top of each other (only with adult
    supervision)
    26. Put on a puppet show
    27. Go fishing with a yard stick and yarn
    28. Make a Horseshoe game
    29. Make a Shape Puzzle
    30. Play paper basketball
    31. Run through a Sprinkler
    32. Play with a bucket of water and a sponge
    33. Make a Drum out of an oatmeal box
    34. Play with a kazoo
    35. Wash windows together
    36. Bang on Pots and Pans with a spoon
    37. Brush each other's teeth
    38. Play dress-up with stuffed animals and your child's clothes
    39. Stack canned or boxed food on top of each other
    40. Let child stack mixing bowls inside each other
    41. Make a playhouse out of a large box (see links page for some great
    instructions! Entitled: Building a Playhouse)
    42. Let child play with a sticker sheet (make sure your child doesn't eat them!)
    43. Put stickers on fingers for finger puppets
    44. Play a musical instrument together- i.e.recorder, piano, etc.
    45. Go on a Smelling Hunt
    46. Frost Cookies
    47. Plant a flower or vegetable plant together
    48. Roll a tennis ball into an empty trash can or bucket
    49. Draw on a mirror with dry-erase markers
    50. Play hide and seek together- trying to find a stuffed animal or other object
    51. Have a splash party together in the bathtub
    52. Put a leash on a stuffed animal and walk around the house
    53. Record each other on a tape recorder (great for scrapbooks or journals!)
    54. Make and try on paper hats
    55. Give a piggie back ride
    56. Play "Horsie"
    57. Talk into an electric fan (it distorts your voice)
    58. Play tug-of-war with a blanket
    59. Collect flowers (felt, artificial, real...)
    60. Make a camera and go on a Safari
    61. Play games with frozen juice lids
    62. Disconnect your phone and pretend to make phone calls to relatives
    63. Leave your phone connected and really make phone calls to relatives- let
    your child talk too
    64. String large beads onto or along a shoelace
    65. Squirt each other with squirt bottles
    66. Glue shapes onto paper
    67. Make sock puppets
    68. Make paper puppets
    69. Fill an old purse with toys
    70. Use a paper towel tube as a megaphone
    71. Make binoculars and go "Bird Watching" or "Stuffed Animal Watching"
    72. Put snacks in different fun containers (paper sacks, empty canisters, etc.)
    73. Act out a story from a book
    74. Walk on a balance beam- use a 2x4 placed on the ground
    75. Draw with chalk on the sidewalk
    76. Sketch an outline of your child on the sidewalk or paper with chalk
    77. Paint child's palms with tempura paint and blot on paper. Makes a great
    card for loved ones!
    78. Put lipstick on child and kiss a mirror
    79. Make a puddle on cement and splash barefoot in it
    80. Let child decorate and eat an open peanut butter sandwich
    81. Make a toilet paper barricade for child to go under, over, or through
    82. Do the Hokey Pokey
    83. Make a super-hero costume out of household items
    84. Do Knee-Bouncing Rhymes
    85. Play "Red Light, Green Light" saying "Go" and "Stop"
    86. Make a shoebox train for stuffed animals
    87. Make a pillow pile to jump on (keep it clear from any hard surfaces,
    including walls!)
    88. Make an easy puzzle with felt and velcro
    89. Make bracelets or collars for stuffed animals out of pipe cleaners and
    jingle bells
    90. Learn numbers from a deck of cards
    91. Play the matching game with a deck of cards
    92. Make a domino chain
    93. Have a picnic in the park, backyard, or living room!
    94. Play dress up in Mommy or Daddy's clothes
    95. Make a tin cup telephone and talk to each other in it
    96. Make a nature collage
    97. Mirror each other
    98. Make a "Mummy Mommy" with toilet paper
    99. Make a tape recording of short music selections and instructions to move
    in different ways.
    And the last one: TAKE A NAP wink

    Pozdrawiam,
    Magda
    Edytor zaawansowany
    • 11.03.04, 00:21
      Dżizas!
      Czy ktoś mógłby niedoukowi to przetłumaczyć?
    • 11.03.04, 18:22
      Pomysł może miałaś , ale kto z niego skorzysta? Trochę to dziwna pomoc !
      • 12.03.04, 00:09
        bo bardzo duzo dziewczyn na formum zna angielski.
        Mam sporo roznych pomyslow i zabaw po angielsku, bo mieszkam w Toronto i pracuje
        tutaj z dziecmi. Nie mam w tej chwili czasu na tlumaczenie wszystkiego na
        polski, a wydaje mi sie, ze lepsza taka pomoc niz zadna, szczegolenie, ze wiele
        osob jednak angielski zna.
        Postaram sie troche rzeczy potlumaczyc na polski w miare wolnego czasu...
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