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- Eat long/short snacks (ie: noodles, pretzels, carrots, celery and fruit roll-ups)
- Jump rope! Individual children can jump with short ropes and groups of children can jump with long ropes.
- Make a book with pictures of students with long and short hair.
- Make long and short caterpillars by gluing "pom poms" together. Add "googly" eyes for fun!
- Make long/short bookmarks from braided yarn!
- Make long/short paper chains!
- Make long/short snakes from play-doh
- Print student's names on cards. Compare the long and short names!
- Designate "big boxes" and "little boxes" for toy storage. For example, put pictures of big dump trucks/cars on a big storage container and pictures of little matchbox cars on a little shoe box for easy clean-up.
- Have big/little snacks! Many companies offer big and little snack varieties (Oreos and Ritz Crackers). Children can take "big bites" from the big snacks and "little bites" from the little snacks!
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