Stardust

We bathe in stardust and transform into the hero of our dreams.

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Everything you need to play this game

  • balloons (1 for each player)
  • gold dust
  • rope
  • chalk
  • toothpick

Make it yourself

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Step 1

Fill the balloons

Fill the balloons with gold dust. Make sure there is one balloon for each player.

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Step 2

Inflate the balloons

Inflate the balloons.

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Step 3

Tie the balloons

Attach a piece of rope to each balloon. Tie the balloons together and attach them to a chair, a blackboard, ...

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Good job!

A step-by-step guide to play the game

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Ask the children to line up, one behind the other. The first child in the row thinks of the hero he wants to be transformed into.

2

Pop a balloon with the toothpick, so the child is “bathing” in stardust. With the “power” of the stardust, the child is transformed into his beloved hero.

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Then, the child describes his hero to the other children through pantomime. The other children need to find out which hero it is.

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Whoever finds the hero can pop the next balloon and, on his turn, transforms into his hero, etc.

Extra game information

The child can also describe his or her beloved hero by drawing him/her (on a piece of paper, a blackboard,...)

Specific learning objectives

  • Developing imagination and creativity
  • Enhancing self-confidence
  • Expressing emotions
  • Empowering the group of participants

What people said about this game

Joke Verreth

Partnership Coordinator Europe & Latin America StreetwiZe • Mobile School BE

27 January, 2020

(1)

A fun activity and easy to set up. The "star dust" sparks the children's imagination, so it's a lovely extra touch! If you don't have any balloons or gold dust, you can also ask the children to step through an imaginary door or jump through a hoop to reach the world of their favourite superhero.

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