Objective: to feel the rhythm through movement and the development of reflexes.


  • Rhythmic training, initiation of dance.
  • Distinction silence – music.
  • Coordination of movements.
  • Visual-auditory acuity.

Material: recordings of different types of music and colored rings or, failing that, rounded marks on the ground will be used.

Recipients: children from 3 to 6 years of age.

Spatial distribution: throughout the space for the game.

Explanation of the game: the rings will be spread on the ground or, failing that, circular marks will be made with colored paper. There are fewer rings than children. Each participant must enter a hoop when the music stops playing. While the music is playing, the children must dance through the space without stepping on the rings or marks, trying to keep the rhythm of the music. The participant who does not enter the ring when the music stops will be eliminated, only one child can be entered per ring or brand.



Objective: to achieve the independence of the members of the body.


  • Segmental movement of the different parts of the body.
  • Knowledge of the independence of the parts of the body.
  • Movement control.
  • Independence of movements.

Material: does not require any specific material.

Audience: The game is aimed at children between 3 and 6 years of age.

Spatial distribution: freely throughout the space.

Explanation of the game: the adult will name a part of the body and the participants will only be able to move that part. Anyone who makes a movement with another part of the body, even a small one, will be eliminated.



Objective: to recognize and know some musical instruments.

Contents: introduction to instrumental training, knowledge and distinction of some simple and common musical instruments.

Material: instrument photo cards, 2 cards for each instrument.

Recipients: children between 3 and 6 years of age.

Explanation of the game: each child is given two tokens. The game consists of getting a pair of instruments together and for this, each child will have to pass the card they want to their partner on the right. The child with the most pairs will win the game.



Objective: to reproduce, identify sounds and express with the body the behavior of some animals.


  • Different forms of communication, with sounds, gestures …
  • Body expression: body and movement.
  • Distinction between sound and silence.

Material: masks of different animals.

Audience: The game is aimed at children between 3 and 6 years of age.

Spatial distribution: throughout the space.

Explanation of the game: each child will take a mask (dog, cat, duck,…). The adult is in charge of holding the reins and will indicate the children’s order of action: first the dog, then the cat, and so on. When the adult says farm, all the children will emit the sound and the behavior of the animal they represent, and when they say night, all the children will lie on the ground and will not reproduce any movement or sound. The farm and the night stop when the adult names an animal.

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