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Connect to a Prophet Box Connect Game

Fun day in Singing time reviewing for Conference and practicing our songs for the program!

This game was inspired by the dot and line game I used to always play in church as a kid.

Connect to a prophet Box Connect game pieces

Also, it was prompted by finding THESE little drawings of all the prophets that I thought were SO ADORABLE so I came up with something to use them for!
They were $5 and wish there was an option to buy them each bigger–so cute to use with lessons! I printed them on regular paper and then glued them onto blue cardstock.

Connect to a prophet box connect title
Basic Rules:

I split the class into two teams.

I had one person from each team come up and draw a line each, just to get started.

Then we sang a song (I just made a list of all our program songs and we sang them in the order I wrote down, whatever that was)

Which ever team sang the best was the winner and got to send a person up to draw a line.
Connect to a prophet box connect real life

I didn’t worry about each team having a different color or anything, I figured the lines are whatever they are and the goal was to get a complete box drawn on the last step. I don’t know that the youngest group really understood the basics of the game other than “we are drawing lines” and that’s fine.
Connect to a prophet box layout

NOTES: I think next time I would have them draw maybe two lines per team or something? This game went a bit slower than I thought it would, we spent most of our time singing and this seemed more like a side deal than the actual activity–which is fine because that was the point (to practice singing our songs) but still seemed like we had barely started playing the game and it was over. Good calm game though overall, kids loved it.

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Sync Up Shape Up Review Game

Alright, this Sunday was pretty crazy

This was the first Sunday that we held a combined Junior and Senior singing and sharing time and so it was busy and hectic anyway and I don’t think I helped settle them down on my end but oh well, ha ha

This lesson is a combination of a few different ideas.

First, I named this “Sync Up, Shape Up” after these two parts: lip-syncing and a shape spinner.

First, I divided them into two teams.

Then, one person came up and spun the fidget spinner on this spinner:

This spinner was for a math thing, but it’s super cute so just used the spinner.

When the fidget spinner finally stopped (which they of course suddenly spun forever and ever…)

Whatever it landed on, that was the shape they went looking for around the room. (get it? Shape Up?)

This little guy was stuck to the front of the podium and I missed it when I cleaned up and it stayed there all week 🙂 haha

I just printed the spinner twice and cut out the shapes in the 2nd one so they would be identical.

The back of each shape had a number on it that decided which song we would sing.

Then, a kid from each team went to find some lips:

These were hidden around the room

These had numbers on the back also

and these told them how many people from each team would come up to “lip-sync” with one of these:

One thing I would change here is the number 1. I didn’t think of it when I was making it but no one wants to come sing by themselves! Next time I would just put 2s, 3s, and 4s

So then we sang the song. However many people they got from each team came up and sang, holding the paper faces over everything but their lips.

Then, as they sang, their “judges” had to decide which “team” sang better and at the end of the song they had to vote on which team was better

It. was. hysterical.

I really wish someone had taken a picture of it, because it was all I could do to keep a straight face and sing the song!

We ended up singing 4 or 5 of the songs, and then stopped. This could havr gone on for another 20 minutes easily.

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Tic Tac “Know” Review Game

Fun day in primary reviewing our songs!

Tic-Tac-Know! I read through this game and decided to just make my own.

So I made big numbers for each space like a Tic-Tac-Toe grid

On the back of each number were two questions–our primary is combined so I just put both questions for Jr and Sr on the back and figured I would choose which question depending on who ended up coming up

I got the questions from HERE.

In Primary I divided them into two teams and called the first person up

Once they chose a number, and if they answered the question right, they put their X or O in the space

I made 4 of each, which ended up being all we needed but technically I should have made 5 or 6 really?

The game went very well, pretty tame really and we ended up even having a winner! I figured they would tie but one team did actually win and they won at just the right time too! perfect timing!