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Patata bollente
Si prepara la patata bollente inserendo una sorpresa (per esempio delle caramelle o dei
dolcetti) dentro un foglio di giornale. Si appallottola insieme ad altri fogli di giornale fino ad
ottenere una palla abbastanza grande. Si accende la musica e ogni bambino si passa la patata
bollente. Ad un certo punto la musica si blocca e il bambino che ha in mano la palla, scarta un
pezzo di carta. Il gioco si conclude quando il bambino che scarta l'ultimo pezzo di carta, quello
con la sorpresa dentro, si aggiudica il premio.

Gioco dei sapori (o degli odori)

Si preparano alcuni alimenti (sale, zucchero, pomodoro, ecc.) e si fanno assaggiare a turno ad
ogni bambino che deve indovinare il sapore dell'alimento somministrato. Vince chi indovina pi
Alternativa: si preparano alcune sostanze profumate (profumi, spezie, alimenti, ecc.) e si fanno
odorare a turno ad ogni bambino che deve indovinare a quale sostanza corrisponde l'odore.
Vince chi indovina pi sostanze.

Rumori di casa
Girando per casa si cercano rumori da registrare, come per esempio il ticchettio della tastiera,
il suono della televisione, quello del telefono e della lavatrice, della lavastoviglie e
dell'aspirapolvere. Praticamente tutto quello che si pu riconoscere, senza porre limiti alla
Terminata la fase di registrazione dei rumori, si fanno ascoltare uno alla volta per un breve
lasso di tempo. I bambini dovranno indovinare la provenienza di ciascun rumore.
Vince chi ne indovina di pi.

Col metodo della bottiglia si decide il bambino che inizia il gioco. Dopo aver pensato ad un
oggetto, lo deve scrivere su un foglio di carta. A questo punto, a turno, ciascuno degli altri
bambini gli pone una domanda per cercare di capire di quale oggetto si tratta. Il bambino
interpellato pu solo rispondere "si" o "no". Vince il bambino che per primo indovina l'oggetto.

Gioco della bottiglia

Un classico: si preparano dei foglietti di carta su cui ognuno scrive una penitenza. Ci si mette
tutti seduti in tondo ed in mezzo si pone una bottiglia. Con un movimento rapido la si fa girare.
Il bambino su cui si ferma l'estremit della bottiglia prende un foglietto a caso ed esegue la
penitenza che c' scritta sopra.
12. Treasure hunt
Kids love finding hidden objects especially when theres a prize at the
end. Simply write your clues on some slips of paper get creative. Place
the first clue somewhere easy to find, like inside your childs snack or
cereal bowl. Then leave as many clues as you like around the house,
making a trail to the final clue. Instead of a prize, the treasure hunt can
lead to various coins around the house. This way the kids get to collect all
the coins and put them in their piggy banks in the end. If you want to
create the most amazing treasure hunt, follow these 11 tips.


Lets See If You Can Answer These Scavenger Hunt Riddles?

Q: The more I dry, the wetter I become?

A: Towel
Q: Im a bird but I cant fly?
A: Penguin
Q: I dont go out and play, I just stay home all day, Im nice you might
agree, but mostly your feet just rub me?
A: Door-Mat
Q: Stiff is my spine and my body is pale, but Im always ready to tell a
A: Book
Q: What has a ring, but no finger?
A: Telephone
Q: I have a neck, but no head, but I still wear a cap?
A: Bottle
Q: Some take me in the morning, others take me in the evening, but one
thing you should know that when Im taken, I dont really go
A: Shower
Q: My words number quite many (like pen, pent, and penny); my title you
will discover, is explained under my cover?
A: Dictionary
Q: Fluttering, flying and flitting so free, from flower to flower is where
youll find me?
A: Butterfly
Q: I start with an e, I end with an e, but I usually contain only one
A: Envelope
Q: Im so simple that I only point; yet I guide people all over the world?
A: Compass
Q: Although I may have eyes, I cant see. At one time there was a dearth
of me in Ireland and people went hungry?
A: Potato
Q: Whats black and white and read all over?
A: Newspaper
Q: If you were able, youd add a T?
A: Table
Q: Look for a rainbow in a box?
A: Box of Crayons/Markers
Q: Keys open my door, but mine only make a sound?
A: Piano
Q: Im an insect, and the first half of my name reveals another insect;
also some famous group of musicians had a similar name?
A: Beetle
Q: I may be black, and may be white, or any color in between. Im small
and made of plastic, not round but very light; when Im moved up and
down, Im used to create sound?
A: Guitar Pick
Q: I get bigger when I eat, but die weaker when I drink?
A: Fire
Q: What invention lets you look right through a wall?
A: Window
Q: People climb me, cut me and burn me, they show me no respect! My
rings are not of gold, but they do tell my age?
A: Tree
Q: What is higher without the head, than with it?
A: Pillow
Q: I have a heart, and my last five letters mean the same as strangle?
A: Artichoke
Q: I grow shorter, as I grow older?
A: Candle
Q: I have a face that doesnt frown, I have hands that do not wave, I have
no mouth, just a familiar sound, I dont walk but I move around?
A: Clock
Q: When you buy me Im black, when you use me Im red, and when you
throw me away Im gray?
A: Burning Charcoal

Clue #1: If youre in a hungry mood, go here first and find some food. (I put
Clue #2 in the pantry.)
Clue #2: Now youre on your second clue, these go on before your shoes. (I
put Clue #3 in their sock basket.)
Clue #3: If you want your teeth to shine, pick this up and spend some time. (I
put Clue #4 under their toothbrushes.)
Clue #4: If you want to learn and grow, turn the page, get in the know. (I put
Clue #5 in a book on their bookcase.)
Clue #5: Add some color to your days! Pick these up; youre on your way. (I
put Clue #6 in their art drawer with crayons and paint.)
Clue #6: Take a walk and step outside, this is where you go to ride. (I put Clue
#7 in the tire rim of our van.)
Clue #7: Time to chill, time to think; please go here for a cool, cool drink. (I
put Clue #8 in the fridge on a shelf they could reach easily.)
Clue #8: Keep it clean and keep it dry. Can you guess? Come on, just try. (I
put Clue #9 on top of our washer in the laundry room.)
Clue #9: Youre almost at the very end, but this is where your guests come in.
(I taped Clue #10 to the front door.)
Clue #10: The final clue. The final prize. Look into this to see your eyes. (I put
the treasure box in the master bathroom in front of our large mirror. They
actually went to every other mirror in the house first, so it was fun watching
them get so close but have to keep looking.)

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