Here are some examples: The kids all danced around the large oak tree.
However it can also be adapted into a nice game for older children too. Strategies: Really, the point of the game is to evoke laughter, so good strategies include being creative and off-the-wall with your sentences and pictures. You will need paper, newspaper or magazines and a few pens.
Have them exchange papers with the person next to them. The tops of the columns are filled with letters and the rows with numbers. If the word has not been guessed before this point, the child has won. Congrats on a great class! Have everyone write his or her name in small print at the bottom right of the page.
After writing the sentence, have the students fold the paper back down so the original picture can again not be seen. Using two or three constants H,S,T further words are made by adding vowels.