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Peek-a-Boo Panda


Create cut outs of pandas (sample shape) and give one to each child. Display a picture of a giant panda and let each child use a black crayon to write his or her name on the back and to give his or her panda its markings. Collect the pandas and hide each one in various places around the classroom. At Circle Time, give each child "clues" to help find his or her panda. Reinforce location words (over, under, left right, high, low, and so on) as you provide the clues. When children locate their pandas, they call out, "Peek-a-Boo Panda!"


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