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Opposites

Front and back

08 Aug 2010
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Place the toy animals in a draw string bag. Have each student pick one animal from the bag and guess what they are without looking at what the animal is. Then, the animals are lined in two lines parallel to each other. Each student is asked which animal is in the front or back. Have each student pick one animal in front or behind a given animal told by the teacher.
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Line theh animals in 4 rows. Walk each student through what animal is in each row. Ask each student to put a given animal in the front or in the back.

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15 Rubber animals

Up & Down

08 Aug 2010
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Show the students the arrows with up and down. Have the children go up and down the stairs. Play chutes and ladders.

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Arrows, Chutes and Ladders game

Hot and Cold

08 Aug 2010
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Have each person draw 5 hot things and 5 cold things. Collect the papers and discuss what each person drew. Play hot potato.
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Examples of cold things: flag pole in the winter, cool water with ice cubes, weather ( high altitudes), A.C., snow (cloud covering), refridgerator, ice cream/popsicle, igloo, north and south pole, frozen pond, Pluto, desert at night time. Affects of cold: fingers fall off, shivering, lips turn purple, goosebumps
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paper, pencils

7 Eleven

08 Aug 2010
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1. Beeper on the door.
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2. Soft drinks/slurpee
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3. Hot dog, chicken burgers, bread muffin with pork in the middle.
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4. Junk food: Kit Kat, Lay's, Snickers
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5. Cashiers: friendly, helpful
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6. Milk: different flavors(strawberry, chocolate, coffee, low-fat, orange)

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Above and below

08 Aug 2010
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Set some of the animals on a prop-like second shelf. Place the rest of the animals below the shelf. Walk the students through which animals are above us or below. Ask each student where a particular animal is: above or below.

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15 Rubber animals
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Giant-Robert Pershing Wadlow pg5. Dudarf-Clovin Phillips pg9. Weight. Most Children.

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Guinness world records. 1991
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To relate age, Marriage, Culture diffrences.
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Use Construction of Family on the Board.

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Honesty/Lying

08 Aug 2010
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Kids Telling Lies (Grades/Lunch/Not Admilting). Little White Lies/Promises. Husband Lies. Wife Lies (Prices "My Big Lie") 1. If someone lost their wallet?? 2. If someone asked you if you liked their dress and you hated it?? 3. If someone complinentec you on a job you didn't do?.? 4. Speeding?get stopped?. tell him wite about to deliver? 5. Tell Parents spending night at friends house-go to a party?

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Old & New

08 Aug 2010
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1. Old things have memories. 2. New things make more memories. 3. Some old things are more comfortable, (1) Shirts (2) Hats (3) Bible (4) Cars (5) Shoes (6) Watches.

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Memories & Sentiment

High/low

08 Aug 2010
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Ask a question and have the student?s guess if the answer is higher or lower than the given answer:
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1. Where do I live in Florida? (Tallahassee)
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2. There are many tourist places by the beach? (none Panama City)
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3. How for is it to Disney World? (5hr.)
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4. How much does it cost. ($4000-100?)
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5. When does it open? (8 am)
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6. How much does a Coke Cost inside Disney World? (50?)
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7. How long do you have to wait in line?
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8. When does it close? (10 p.m.)

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Bigger numbers, lower numbers.