Kids loved balancing their friendly frogs on the log, adjusting and offering advice as to where to put the next wooden frog to keep from tipping over. With options for cooperation or competition, this game gets everyone thinking about balance and position, becoming a language lesson as players use words like: top, end, over there, front, back, next to, and at the edge. Preschoolers got into the pretend play as they sought to avoid the jaws of the crocodile below. One little friend offered, “Let’s pretend the crocodile is asleep. We have to really be quiet. If we fall down, he’ll wake up. It’s lunch time!” The best preschool games have learning embedded in the fun, as well as a bit of pretend play to encourage language.
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