It’s finally spring in Wisconsin! Today we decided to take advantage of the lovely temperatures and use some Spanish in new contexts.

In this video you will see us playing 7 different games with parachutes. This is the list of games in order of appearance:

    1. Synchronized Circles
    2. Personalized Question Switch
    3. Toss the Bean Bags
    4. Mushroom House
    5. Jumping Jack Numbers
    6. Cat & Mouse
    7. Musical Colors
    8. In new video we played another game! The ball has to roll around the edge of the circle.

Let me know if you try it. I’d love to hear how it goes!

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Tell me something!

  • This is AWESOME Sarah!!! My kids would so be into this!! Suggestions on where to purchase/obtain decently priced parachutes?

    • DAWN!!! They WILL love it! Here is the link to the exact parachutes that we used in the video. I wanted a huge one for the entire class, but cost was too much. Perhaps you could create a Donors Choose project for them! Let me know how it goes 🙂 CLICK HERE!

  • This is nothing short of AMAZING! 100% my favorite part is the kid that dramatically screams “I WEAR PANTS!!!”

    I am new to CI and TPRS this semester, but this video makes me only look forward, never back!

    • YAY! Don’t our kids say the darndest things?! I try to leave some funnies in the videos when I’m trimming to make the them shorter. Welcome to the CI community. No worries about your newbie status. I’m pretty certain that the experienced still have a lot to learn 🙂

    • I think there are 16 handles, but they are spaced for smaller kids than mine. I could have totally fit around 12 big kids per chute, and when there were only 8 it was too much to handle.

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