Isaac's class issued special invitations for the moms to come and visit the classroom for a special mother's day celebration where we could be "pampered." I couldn't wait to see what they had planned! When I drop Isaac off for school, the afternoon kindergartners all line up on the stage before following their teachers out to the classroom, so I got a couple pictures with his class. I was already thinking he only got to do this a couple more times before his kindergarten year was over. :(
Once we got to the classroom, our student pulled out a chair for us. Then we looked at these lovely watercolors our kids had painted. The sign above the pictures says "Are you my mother?" We had to guess which picture was of us. I originally thought maybe the bottom left one was me, but after some clues were given, I was able to eliminate that one since that mom's favorite color was purple. I had a few pictures in mind that might have been me, and the first one was the blond mom on the top left, which had the clue, "my mom's eyes are green." The teacher pointed at that one and asked if anyone thought that was them. I looked around, and nobody else was raising their hand, so I raised mine, and I was right! Everybody kind of laughed about that, since I am not blond and there were several moms in the room who were. (Isaac later said he forgot that I had black hair...so, either way, it would have been wrong!)
You start with a certain amount of these little figures, like 15, hide some under the cave and arrange the other ones around. The other person has to figure out how many are in the cave. Isaac was pretty good at it.
We also played a game where we had to toss something into a bowl and keep track of our points.