Animal Hide and Seek

Physical activity

Hide somewhere and make a quiet animal noise as a clue to help your children locate you.

Goal: Practice listening skills.

Have your children cover their eyes. Instruct them not to open their eyes until they hear you making an animal noise. Explain that you will make the animal noise very quietly at first. Hide somewhere and make your peep/squeak/whine/bark softly, gradually becoming louder. Reverse roles and play until everyone has had a turn to hide.

Your children may wish to wear the animal hats described in the kick-off craft.