Ten games of mime for children

Mime games help children to improve their body expression and to express feelings and feelings through non-verbal communication. Through these activities children have a better control of their body, encourage their imagination and creativity, get a greater concentration when expressing themselves w

Mime games help children to improve their body expression and to express feelings and feelings through non-verbal communication.

Through these activities children have a better control of their body, encourage their imagination and creativity, get a greater concentration when expressing themselves without words and above all have fun in a group.

10 ideas to practice mime games with children

1- Imitate different animals: walk as if we were a snake, a lion, a giraffe ..., and let others guess what animal it is.

2- Getting others to guess if we are robots, dwarves, giants, models, doctors ...

3- To express different emotions such as anger, fear, joy, surprise, ... not only with the face but also with the whole body .

4- Perform different activities with our body such as: climbing a ladder, lying on a bed, sitting on a chair ...

5- Trying to give shape to different shapes such as a circle, a square, a rectangle ...

6- Imitate different actions such as cooking, fishing, painting, cutting a tree, eating ...

7- Make the representation of numbers or letters with our body.

8- Give shape with mimic games to different objects such as scissors, a camera, a pin, ...

9- Imitate different sports practices such as playing golf, basketball, riding a bicycle, swimming, ride a horse ...

10- Express different feelings such as heat, cold, sleep, hunger ...

Cristina González Hernando. Editor of Guiainfantil.com