What Time Is It, Mr. Wolf?elementary P.e. Games


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Choose 1 player to be Mr. Wolf. He stands with his back to the rest of the players lined up at the opposite end of the play area.

The players call out, WHAT TIME IS IT, MR. WOLF?

Mr. Wolf shouts out a time between 1 & 12 o’clock.

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The number he shouts is the number of steps the players take toward him (for 9 o’clock take 9 steps).

Once the players get close to Mr. Wolf, he shouts LUNCH TIME! and chases them back to the start line.

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If a player is caught by Mr. Wolf, that player becomes Mr. Wolf.

What to do with this activity?

'What's the time Mr. Wolf?' is a chasing game for a group of children that involves a bit of counting and talk of time of day.

1) Let the kids decide which child is Mr. Wolf, and that child stands at one end with their back to the other children.
2) The other children stand at the opposite end and shout 'What's the time Mr. Wolf?'

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3) Mr. Wolf answers with different times - 'one o'clock' or 'eight o'clock' for instance.
4) The children take that number of steps toward Mr. Wolf - eight steps for eight o'clock, and so on.
5) The children ask again, 'What's the time Mr. Wolf?' and take the right number of steps again, always getting closer to Mr. Wolf.
6) When Mr. Wolf feels like it, he (or she) answers 'dinnertime' and starts chasing the other children.
7) The first to be caught becomes the next Mr. Wolf.