Each kid will be handed a playing card that identifies them as a certain animal as well as listing what it likes to eat. The goal of the game is for students to learn about whom the prey is and who is the predator. Once the teacher says “Hakuna Matata” the kids can start moving around the room looking for their prey. When they find an animal they can eat, they take that person’s card (who then sits down) and continues walking around the room for more prey. While this is going on, I recommend playing some music from the Lion King for a fun touch. When students are unable to find any more of their prey, the music is turned off and the kids still standing list off what animal they are and what they ate. I like to have a brief discussion on whether each type of animal is an herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore. This would be a nice activity to open or close a lesson on food webs.