Christmas Activities - What Do You Hold?

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Christmas Activities - What Do You Hold?Can you identify common Christmas objects by touch?

MaterialsA variety of objects related to Christmas: pine cone, ornament, star, angel, bow, candy cane, nativity, Santa hat, nutcracker, bell, holly leaf, Christmas light, candle, reindeer, snowflake, chestnut, wrapping paper, garland, tinsel, apple,

Game Play

1. Divide the participants into teams.2. Each teams sends a representative into another

3. Then bring out a number of objects related to Christmas, which have been prepared ahead of time, and one by one blindfold each representative and guide them back into room.4. The representative is instructed to hold out his/her

5. Various objects are placed in the palm of his hands and left there for just a moment. The team he represents gets points for each object he correctly identifies. He may not grasp or finger the object. You may wish to allow an object to be shaken lightly in the hand, but representatives may not try to identify it by any other means of feeling. The team with the most correctly identified objects

VariationsBlindfold everyone and place them in a line. Pass the objects down the line. When they get to the end of the line, remove them from sight. Then after all the objects have been passed, give each person a piece of paper to write down a list of the objects that were passed. The one to correctly identify and remember the most objects is the

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