Pin the nose on Olaf!

Gen Alpha rendition of 'Pin the tail on the donkey'.

This is my 'Gen Alpha' rendition of the 'pin the tail on the donkey' game which was popular at birthday parties in the late 1900's.

This activity can be used when teaching about body parts, mainly to younger kids. They absolutely love it. The laugh they let out when they see where they've pasted the carrot is unmatched :)

How to play/what you need:

Print the image on card paper as big as possible and hang it at a level that is comfortable for the kids to reach.
Cut out carrots
Use eye mask or blindfold
Spin the kids around to make them disoriented while counting down from 10
Let them stick the carrot where ever they think Olaf's nose should be.
Remove the blindfold and reveal their handy work.

Submitted by tami101 January 12, 2024 Estimated time: 10~15 minutes
  1. rani29 March 15, 2024

    In the attached file, it is written there that "Olaf seem to..." Should it be "seems"?

  2. tami101 April 25, 2024

    Thanks for the correction @rani29

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