Speaking of brains and zombies I just made up a nice game to play with little kids and that’s zombie tag. The rules are basically like tag except that there are some minor changes. One is that there should be more people who are it than those who are not. I.e if there are ten kids, there should be six who are the zombies and four for those who are human. Another rule, is that zombies can not run, they are only allowed to walk. Those who are humans in the other hand can run as fast as they want. But the disadvantage is the presence of a field. The field, should be small. Just enough for the humans to avoid the zombies, like a classroom. The goal is for the zombies to infect all the humans by tagging them. And the goal for the humans are to avoid getting infected as long as possible. Now we can’t let the human race succumb to the zombie apocalypse without a fighting chance right? So let’s introduce the Cure. The person who has the cure is basically the wild card in the game. He cannot be tagged and zkmbiefied. Rather he can tag zombies. Zombies who gets tag by the cure, gets cured and turned back into a human. The number of people who are the cure should be 5% of the people playing. I.e if there are 10 people there should be one cure. The game ends when all humans except the cure gets tagged and zombified or all zombies get cured.
I tried this with my lil sis and her friends, and it was rather cute having a hard of zombified kids. Lol.
I just had a nice thought, what if kindergarten introduced the multiplication table as a kindergarten song, maybe math won’t be e such a hard subject. I mean that was how the alphabet became so integrated into us. If what we did for the ABC’s can be applied for the multiplication table then we might have more kids into math or at least not weak at math. Just put a nice catchy tune to 1x1=1 and etc and we have kindergarteners that can multiply! I’ll try applying that to my lil sis and she can mindlessly sing the multiplication song along with her ABC’s. Who knows she might thank me for it. Or hate me…. Yeah hopefully it’s the first reaction. Well that’s just a weird thought… I don’t recommend doing that to your kids though. They have the right to mindlessly sing whatever song they want. Besides I’m not forcing my lil sis…. I’m just trying it out…. If she doesn’t like it then, the meh! Besides, teaching her the word ” brains ” worked…. Maybe I can have a cute little genius zombie as well. :-)