Le Roux, D. Malherbe en Johannes J. Ander lede van die spellingkommissie sluit Jan F. Cilliers , J.
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Caribbean Spelling — hands on hips, and swivel on each letter. They are similar to Blast-off. We start standing up. As we say each letter, we crouch down a little farther. Like a cheerleader. Pat — pat our heads for tall letters, tummies for short letters and knees for ones that go below the line Beat it on our Desks Snap and Clap — We snap for the vowels and clap for the consonants.
Raise the Roof — We just push up toward the ceiling, one push for each letter. Disco Hand up for consonants, hand down for vowels Pretend to be John Travolta. Throw the Stars — Throw one hand at a time toward the ceiling for each letter. Stomping — Just stomp your feet for each letter. Pretty self-explanatory. Marshmallow Clap — Almost clap but stop before your hand touch.
Say each letter. Hula — hands on hips, swivel, hands in air to say word Jumping Jacks — One letter for each movement. Dribble and Shoot — Dribble the letters and shoot the word. Cowboy — straddle chair and lasso Push-ups — or stomach crunches, bicep curls, etc.
Blowing Kisses — kiss for each letter and 2 hands kiss extend both arms out and up for the word Pass the Ball — sit in circle and pass the ball. Last person says word and chooses the next word.
Afrikaanse Woordelys en Spelreëls
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