Jerusalem Jericho Jemima





This is a simple game of attention. The three words in the title are

near enough alike to require close attention on the part of the pupil

to distinguish between them and to act accordingly. Have the pupils

turn in their seats facing the aisle. If the teacher says "Jerusalem",

the pupils stand. If she says, "Jericho", they raise their arms

momentarily forward and upward. If she says, "Jemima", they sit down.

Any child making a mistake sits in her seat and faces to the front.





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