How Long is a Whale
Submitted by ShellyAsk your kids how long they think the largest creature in the world is. Then get a long rope (about 100 feet) and have them unwind it. They will be amazed at how long a blue whale is. Next ask them how many of their lengths it would take to make a blue whale (You can actually do this if you have the time)
Wind and Clouds
Submitted by SusanAfter discussing how the wind moves the clouds. Let your children have cloud races by blowing into straws (wind) to move cotton balls or pompoms (clouds)
Submitted by PaulaHave your children crawl on their stomachs on the floor pretending to be wiggle worms.
Windy Weather Catch
Submitted by FeliciaBlow a light object (scarf, tissue, etc) into the air with a blow drier and then have your children catch them.
Submitted by KelseyPlay just like the Hokey Pokey
Put your left fin in, take your left fin out
You do the whale pokey and you turn yourself around that's what its all about
Put your tail in, you take your tail out (etc.)
Whale in the ocean
Submitted by BarbraHave one (or several children) be a whale. The rest of your children must try to cross the ocean (a set space that you specify) and not get eaten (tagged) by the whale . If they get caught then they join the whale to try to catch more fish. Keep playing until everyone is whale
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