Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear What’s my name?


Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear What’s my name?

Lesson of the week

This simple and fun drama game encourages children to focus their energies, interpret different voices and practice new language. I’ve played it successfully both with young and older children. Great if you’re looking for a concentration circle activity this summer

1) Sit the children in a circle
2) Have one child wear a blindfold and a pair of teddy bear ears (for extra fun)
3) Choose a child to sit in front of the blindfolded child and ask “Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, what’s my name?”. He/she must try and disguise their voice by speaking in high or low-pitched tones. (this always makes children laugh and helps them feel less shy about speaking in front of an audience)
4) The blindfolded child must try to guess and name who is speaking.

Note: If children are not familiar with each other’s names, have them simply guess if it’s a boy or girl speaking. (not as easy as it sounds)

Hope you enjoy playing this one

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