Table of Contents
- 1 What lies behind the green glass door?
- 2 What goes under the umbrella riddle?
- 3 What can u bring thru the green glass door?
- 4 What can I take to the Moon game?
- 5 How do you play umbrella?
- 6 How do you play the Moon game?
- 7 How do you play man on the moon?
- 8 Who has the ball riddle answer?
- 9 How do you play bottle caps?
What lies behind the green glass door?
The object of the game is to determine what can be brought through the Green Glass Door. Go first and say the following: “I can bring a kitten through the Green Glass Door, but I cannot bring a cat.” The key is that the name of the object must have double letters, either consonants or vowels.
What goes under the umbrella riddle?
If you say say ummmmmm… then say anything else, it can go under the umbrella. If you just say the item name, it cannot. Think of the name ummmmmmbrella.
What can u bring thru the green glass door?
a hammer, but not a nail (two related objects) pepper, but not salt (two things that make a pair)…So, some things that could go through the green glass doors:
- grass, but not flowers.
- a happy person, but not a sad person.
- mushrooms, but not a fungus.
- feet, but not toes.
- overalls, but not blue jeans.
- apples, but not bananas.
What can I take to the Moon game?
The first player names an object he or she is bringing to the moon (or Timbuktu or Old Aunt Alice’s house — whatever destination strikes your kids’ fancy), and the next person repeats that object and adds another one to the list.
How do you play umbrella?
2 Umbrella Game The key is to make sure someone in the car doesn’t. Each person must say the sentence and add something that they would bring on the picnic. You can only bring something if you say the word “um” between “bring” and whatever your item is.
How do you play the Moon game?
The first player names an object he or she is bringing to the moon (or Timbuktu or Old Aunt Alice’s house — whatever destination strikes your kids’ fancy), and the next person repeats that object and adds another one to the list. Players who make a mistake repeating the list are out. The winner is the last one left.
How do you play man on the moon?
Use your index finger to draw a circle in the air in front of you, and then add two eyes, a nose and a mouth. As you draw, subtly clear your throat and say “THE MAN IN THE MOON HAS TWO EYES, A NOSE AND A MOUTH.” Next, invite a series of volunteers to repeat exactly what you did.
Who has the ball riddle answer?
Students will automatically respond with whoever was mentioned last in the prompt, or try to make their own formulas (i.e. the person sitting two seats down from the third person mentioned etc.) However, the correct answer is the person who speaks first after you ask the question is the one who has the ball!
How do you play bottle caps?
The children take turns throwing the ball in an attempt to hit the bottle caps. The object is to hit all four bottle caps in order—going from the biggest down to the smallest. Each child can only go on to the next smallest cap after they have successfully hit the one sequentially bigger.