5-Minute Activity: Body Part Review

We often say things like “Point to your nose” or “Where’s your hair”, but this activity changes things up a little bit!


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1)  Ask your child to touch his nose, ears, elbows, knees, back, etc. to yours (or a sibling)!

(She must’ve dressed herself!)

2)  Be prepared for lots of giggles!! :)

I ran across these photos while doing some computer clean-up and realized I never posted this little activity!!  Looking at the pictures makes me realize how much these little ones have grown in the past year!

About Stacie Nelson

is the creator of MotherhoodOnADime.com. She is passionate about encouraging moms and giving them creative, yet simple, activities to do with their children. A bargain-hunter by nature, she enjoys sharing deals and freebies.

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  1. childledchaos says:

    Fantastic idea, I must try it with my two. Thanks!

  2. Heather says:

    Eeeeek! Okay that's our activity for when the kids wake up!

  3. Mercedes says:

    This is an absolutely fantastic idea! My kiddos will enjoy it. My youngest won't understand but she will giggle! Up on pintrest it goes.

  4. Phyllis at All Things of Beautiful says:

    This would also be a great way to review body parts in a foreign language for kids a little older.

  5. Deborah says:

    This is such a sweet idea:) Will you be coming to Indy?

  6. Anonymous says:

    This reminds me of "Funny Bones" an old Parjer Brothers game- you should look it up.

  7. Robyn Wienand says:

    I do a similar game. The children each find a partner. You call the name of the body part – eg: nose and the children touch nose-to-nose with their partner. After naming a few body parts call out 'Walderwoo' (or some such nonsense:-). The children must quickly find another partner and the game continues. The children often shriek with excitement when they hear 'Walderwoo'so this is not a quiet game.

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