Ways To Applaud!
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  • 1. Ways to Applaud!
  • 2.
    • CLAM APPLAUSE Students make pincers with their fingers and then open and shut them.
  • 3.
    • COWBOY CHEER Put one finger in the air and circle it like a lasso as you say, “Ye-haw!”
  • 4.
    • FIRECRACKER Student hold their palms together in front of them in a prayer position. They make a sizzling sound (Sssss) as they raise their hands and wiggle their fingers up in the air like a firecracker going off. Students then clap above their heads and wiggle their fingers around and down like the sparkles coming from a firecracker. They make an “Ahhhh” or “Ooooo” sound like a crowd watching a firecracker go off.
  • 5.
    • HIP-HIP-HOORAY The teacher starts this cheer by slapping each hip as he says: “Hip, Hip…” The students all join in by shouting, “Hooray!”
  • 6.
    • OPERA APPLAUSE Stand up and make a circle or “O” above your head with your arms.
  • 7.
    • PAT YOURSLEF ON THE BACK Students pat themselves on the back as they say, “I’m good stuff.” Next, they pat their neighbor on the back as they say, “You’re good stuff, too.”
  • 8.
    • A “ROUND” OF APPLAUSE Clap in a circle to create a “round” of applause.
  • 9.
    • SILENT CHEER Put arms in the air, wiggle fingers, open mouth, and pretend to yell. Students can make as much “noise” as they want, as long as you do not hear them.
  • 10.
    • TRUCKER CHEER Tell students, “Grab your steering wheel.” Make a “rrrr” sound as you pretend to steer. Then put a fist in the air and say: “Honk, honk” as if pulling a horn. Finally, put a fist near your mouth like talking on a CB radio and say, “Good job, good buddy.”
  • 11.
    • WOW! Hold up the three middle fingers on each hand. Open your mouth to make the “O” and place the “W” formed by each hand on either side of your mouth. Together these gestures spell “WOW.”