Classroom games and activities can bring an element of fun to your class. These activities are a great break from regular work. They allow students to work off steam before a holiday break or stop.
Heads Down Thumbs Up We Used To Play Now Its A Slags Game. ;) x. 19 likes. Community.
An extremely fun and short-lived game we used to play in primary school. RULES: 1. 2-4 kids are picked from a crowd of, say, schoolkids, in a classroom, who then goto the front of the room. 2. The rest of the kids in the room place their heads on the table so they can't see, but put their thumbs pointing upwards. 3. The kids at the front then proceed around the room and pick out one individual.
All the students put their heads down on their desks and extend one thumb. The teacher then secretly chooses one person as “It.” This person goes around touching the thumbs of six other people. If a person is touched, he or she goes to the front of the room. When this has been accomplished, “It” yells, “Seven up!” Everyone raises their heads and tries to guess which of the seven.
Indoor Game: Heads up, Seven Up Rules for the game Heads up, Seven Up! Ana Weickert. Players Required: 14 minimum Ages: 4 and up. Game Overview: Seven people guess who picked them while their eyes were closed. How to Play: Choose seven people to stand in a line along a wall. Everyone else find a place to sit. Someone, either an adult or one of the seven people in the line, calls “Heads down.
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How to Play the Heads Up Seven Up Game: 1. Ask for seven volunteers. Have the volunteers stand in front of the room. 2. Say “Heads down, thumbs up”. The children who were not selected covers their eyes with their arm and puts their heads down on their desks, with one thumb sticking up. 3. Once everyone’s heads are down, each volunteer must go up to a person, secretly press their thumb.
Heads down, thumbs up - the French version A continental version of the fun game used to practise simple vocabulary. (Forms part of the Going for gold! project ).