Listening Games: Tootie-Ta!
Lesson Objective: Build listening and gross motor skills through a song with motions
Kindergarten / All Subjects / Listening

Thought starters

  1. How does the game promote listening skills?
  2. What does the Tootie-Ta tell you about students' ability to follow directions?
  3. What other advantages are there to using games such as the Tootie-Ta?
14 Comments
There is an activity on Go Noodle,that is exactly like this except it's called Moose Ta Cha...if you wanted to have an activity for a sub.
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This games promotes the students listening skills as well as their ability to follow directions.
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I love this..
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Thanks for reminding me about this one! My Aunt used to do it when I was a kid and I'm 57!! We used to say a - choo - choo- cha and 'eyes crossed' but I like 'eyes shut' better :-)
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I love this and am going to do it tomorrow on the first day back after 2 weeks holidays - I think it will be a fun way to start the day in our circle.
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