Birds Fly





This is an attention game. The teacher stands before the class and

instructs them that if she mentions some bird or object which flies and

raises her arms sideward, imitating the flapping of the wings of a

bird, the pupils are to follow her example. But if she mentions some

animal or some object which does not fly, she may raise her arms

sideward and upward, imitating the flying position, but the pupils are

not to follow her example. If they are caught doing so, they must take

their seats. For example,--the teacher says, "Owls fly". Thereupon she

and all the children raise their arms sideward and upward. She says,

"Bats fly" and raises her arms. She next says, "Lions fly" and raises

her arms, thereupon the pupils are supposed to keep their arms at their

sides.





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