Piggy wants a signal.
Piggy wants a signal is a game of the same category as Hide and Seek game. This version is not only about finding the person or object, but also about developing attention and listening skills while playing the game. This game can be played both indoors and outdoors.
- number of players: from 4 children
- age: from 6 years old
- material: none
- Played indoors or outdoors
- Duration: 15 minutes
How to play Piggy wants a signal?
Begin by selecting a space or object to be the base. All the children will gather at the base at the start of each game. Select one of the children to be It and let the others know they will be hiding. The child who’s It should close their eyes and begin counting to 20. While this is happening, all the other children should run and find a hiding spot in the building or in the garden. When It gets to 20, this one should begin searching for the other children. To help find them, whenever It calls out “Piggy wants a signal”, all the hiding children need to do the noise of a pig from the location they’re at. After making the sound of a pig, if a child wants to move to a new location, they are free to do so.
Whenever It finds a child, that child must return to the base and wait for the others. Once all the children have been found, the game is over and a new It is chosen.
The educational advantages of the game
- allows you to expend your energy
- work on coordination and balance
- task initiation : kids can get started on a goal
- gets kids moving
- play in community
- learning and listening to the rules of the game
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