“S ee M y F ace ”
continued You can make the activity more challenging by having each child imitate the face
passed on to her or him, but then also making a new face, which she or he then passes to
the next child.
Observation and Evaluation: Does the child properly identify and move facial body parts?
Does the child identify with the imagery used? Can the child express himself or herself?
Does the child physically replicate what the child is seeing in the activity extension?
Curriculum Connectors: Body-part identification and experiences fall under the head-
ing of science for young children, while opportunities for self-expression constitute social
studies, as does the cooperative nature of the extension activity.
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