How to Use a Beanbag
I do not know who made this list ~ but it is great. If you have something to add, please write me. Conny Hillgaard
  1. When a lesson calls for word strips, pictures, flannel board figures, etc., lay them face down on the floor. The student tosses the beanbag to select a word strip, picture, etc., and flips it over.
  2. Write questions on big squares of paper or footprints or some shape that corresponds with the lesson. Place them on the floor. Have kids stand back and toss the bag. They get to answer the question that their bag lands on.
  3. "Count your blessings" "I am thankful for ..." Toss to the next person.