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MeckMom

Primary Games: Follow the Prophet

$ 4.50

MeckMom

Primary Games: Follow the Prophet

$ 4.50

Use this beautiful poster and printable to teach all 9 verses of the classic song or use the coordinating printables to teach about these Old Testament prophets in Sharing Time or Class Time.

This kit includes over 20 pages of printables:

  • 1 high-resolution 20×30″ full-color .jpg file, perfect for uploading to your favorite photo lab (Costco, Walgreens, Sam's Club, etc.).
  • 1 introduction page loaded with game ideas for Sharing Time, Singing Time, and Class use.
  • 1 activity sheet. Use it to jot down the activities or songs the kids will do. When the kids toss the bean bag onto a spot, you check your sheet for the coordinating icon and tell them the activity/song/scripture.
  • 16 pages of large, 7" floor spots (perfect for large groups, chalkboard displays, and movement games)
  • 2 pages of smaller, 3" hand spots (perfect for small groups, card games and headbands)

I designed these sheets to combat some Primary leaders' biggest frustrations. Check out just a few of the advantages below.

  • Inexpensive to print: The 20″ x 30″ posters are designed to be printed at your favorite local photo lab (Costco, Sam’s Club, Walgreens, etc.) usually for $10 or less. If you need to print faster, the coordinating PDF hand and floor spots can be printed and cut at home.
  • Easy to use: The poster and floor spots are large enough to be seen from the back of the Primary room.
  • Easy to store: These posters can easily be rolled and stored in any standard mailing tube. Stash them neatly in the primary closet for years to come.
  • Easy to read: The bold graphics make it easy for Jr. and Sr. primary kids (and their teachers) to play along.