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Old 07-06-2007, 07:26 AM
 
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My kids love to play the game of "guess my favorites". I decide on what my favorite is going to be, give them a couple of examples, then they raise their hands to ask me if I like something, and I respond yes or no. They can't ask the category, only give an example. If I say that I like puppies and kittens, but not dogs and cats, then they need to try to figure out that my favorites have double consonants. So they will ask, do you like piglets? and I will say no (they thought the category was baby animals) Then someone will ask do you like apples? Of course, but not oranges. You see? Or maybe I will choose 3 syllable words, or long vowel words, etc. They love it when they figure out a correct response. They just kind of stand there and gloat while others around them are desperately trying to come up with an acceptable answer. Sometimes this is how I line them up, they have to give a correct response to line up first.
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