Who Has The Most Bones?




  • Cotton swabs (which represent bones)
  • Dishes (as many teams as there are)



  1. Before class, spread the most cotton swabs to the ground.
  2. Divide children into two or more groups.
  3. Tell the children that at the start signal, they must pick up one cotton swab at a time and drop it off in the valley (a dish) belonging to their team.
  4. The game ends when all the cotton swabs have been picked up.
  5. The winning team is the one that has collected the most cotton swabs (the most bones).