Christmas Party Package with Movin Monkeez! Welcome! Welcome to the Movin Monkeez Christmas Package! This package is going to provide you with enough material to run a 30 minute session within your classes or incorporate into any fantastic parties you have planned! So not only can the children have fun but also the parents! Within this pack you will find the following: Full videos demonstrating the exercises Music suggestions (by all means use the Christmas CD’s you already have) Visual aids Certificates of participation for the children Bonus exercises I really hope you have a fantastic time with the children and we would love to see some pics / videos of the kids in action! Becky x Links to videos If you would like to see how the exercises are completed then please click on the following links and you will see me in action! Please feel free to use in whatever order you fancy! Santa Claus is coming to town Rockin Robin Suzy the snowflake Christmas Conga Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Jingle Bells I wish it could be Christmas every day Pop Bang Crank Rockin Around The Christmas Tree When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney Music Links (but again feel free to use whatever versions you may already have). Santa Claus is coming to town Rockin Robin Suzy Snowflake Christmas Conga Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Jingle Bells I wish it could be Christmas every day Pop Bang Crank Rockin Around The Christmas Tree When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney For a cooldown you could use silent night? Visual Aids I have uploaded some for ease but please feel free to use whatever images you wish. Christmas Tree (for rocking around the Xmas tree and picture perfect game) Snowman (for bonus game) Snowflake (for Suzy Snowflake and bonus game) Santa Claus (for bonus game) Bells (for Ring the Bell game) Certificate of participation Additional Games… Picture perfect Place your cut-outs at each side of the room and either fix them to the floor or wall with blue tac. Get the children to stand in the middle of the room (or get them to walk around the room). You then have to call out one of the pictures and the children have to run to this card. (Smaller ones will need assistance from their parents. Ring the Bell Cut a large bell shape out of a large piece of cardboard or use the visual aid provided. Attach bells to a piece of ribbon. Then attach the ribbon to the top of the bell cut-out. Let your children throw bean bags or balls at the cut out to see if they can make the bells jingle. This can also be put on the floor will bell instruments on top. Santa's Toy Shop Put different spots on your floor (use hula hoops, etc.). Put different toys / props on each spot. Tell your kids that they need to test out new toys / props for them. Play music and tell the children they have one song / or a set time period of 30 seconds etc to play in that area and then when the music stops they move to the next area. Big & Little Christmas Trees • Call out big, medium, and little and have your children to be that size of Christmas Tree. • Big: stand up with feet together and put hands above head in a point • Middle: Squat knees together and put hands above head in a point • Little: Sit down with legs crossed and put hands above head in a point Frosty the snowman Games continued… (For older children) Santa, Santa, Reindeer (for older siblings) • Play just like duck, duck, goose Christmas Bingo (possible with parents help) • Play Christmas bingo with your children! Make a bingo card with different Christmas shapes on it (Christmas Trees, Stockings, Reindeer, Fireplaces, Santa, Ornaments). Next make Rudolph Nose markers (red circles). Have your children cover the shape you call or hold up larger pictures of them. Christmas Memory Game (for older siblings) • How To Play: Show the items in the box to the children. Remove one or more items out of the box (without children seeing you). Have the children guess what items are missing. For older children put items on large tray. Cover. Remove cover for 2030 seconds and then remove tray from room. On your mark, the children are to write down as many items that they can remember from the tray before you yell, "STOP". Most correct answers wins. Thank you!