Player One - "On the way to the library I saw ____ "
Player Two - "On the way to the library I saw Player 1's sighting and something new.
Player Three "On the way to the library I saw Player 1 Sighting, Player 2 Sighting, and something new.
Player One - “I wrote a story about_______”
Follow Example One's progression.
If you want to give a presentation about "How a Book is Made,"
You could end it with a variation of the game.
"When I write a book I _______. OR I wrote a book about ______. OR A good story has ______.”
If it’s a school visit find out what the kids are learning. If it’s #’s, the alphabet or parts of speech incorporate that in your game.
Player One - I saw 1 gorilla playing hopscotch
Player Two - I saw 1 gorilla playing hopscotch and 2 monkeys jumping rope….
Player One - I saw an anteater
Player Two - I saw an anteater and baboon
Example for my book, Klutzy Kantor - I saw Kantor play 1 game of leap frog with Agra, climb two trees with Sprystar Elf, etc…
Give the winner a prize. The prize should be related to your book.
THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR PRESENTATION IS TO HAVE FUN. IF YOU'RE HAVING FUN, THE KIDS WILL, TOO.