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Discipline Art, health Science
Genre Physical and Cognitive Development
Name Bead Roll
Goal Music is played only when the participants performs the desired activity. String as many beads in a given session.
Learning Objectives Colour Recognition, Counting Skills, Social Skills, Manual Dexterity Precision control over objects. Texture, colour, size and number of the beads. Manipulate and react with fellow participants. Enhances social skills. Music reward for behaviour control.
Skills Similar ages in a competing session.
Props Thin rope, colourful beads, music system.
Session Time 30 min
Teams 6-8 participants per session.
Rules Facilitator briefs with the care providers to the participants.
· All participants sit in a circle.
· A rope is passed on their laps to make a circle.
· Facilitator strings a bead and passes to the next participant.
· Music begins when participants pass the bead to their neighbour and shake hands.
· They are encouraged to say the colour and count the number of the bead (1st, 2nd 3rd etc.)
· Music stops when they don't (to encourage completing of task).
· Each participant is assisted to encourage completing of game.
· Care providers are allowed to help.
Climax Game ends in 30 minutes (can be extended to minimize discomfort).
Winning Criteria All participants are winners!
Prize All receive UAE Flag badges. Music CDs'
Participation Certificates Facilitator distributes certificates for all to encourage participation for more special needs games.