Where Are You?
No equipment needed
To develop memorization and listening skills
Before You Start
Skills Practiced: Visualization and spatial awareness.
- Review signals for closing and opening their eyes.
- Students should be able to repeat all rules and signals.
- Give an example of a question, have students practice with their eyes open.
Have children seated in the play area/classroom.
How to Play
- Allow students 1 minute to observe/study their surroundings as if they were detectives.
- On your signal, have students close their eyes and imagine the room.
- Ask a variety of questions:
- How many doors are there?
- Point to the door that takes you to the hallway.
- Point to the door that takes you to the playground.
- What colors are the walls, ceiling, floor?
- What color is the rug?
- Point to the fire extinguisher.
- Students can point to, say or raise their hand to give the answer.
- Allow students to take over the role of facilitation.
- Play in complete silence, so all students can experience success by allowing them to process at their own speed.
- For older students, ask more difficult more detailed oriented questions.