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MeckMom

Primary Games: Time to Fish

$ 4.50

MeckMom

Primary Games: Time to Fish

$ 4.50

Take the classic bean bag toss to the next level with these printable Primary games. With photo lab and home printing capabilities, these games are the perfect addition to your primary closet.

This listing includes over 20 pages of printables:

  • 1 high-resolution 20×30″ poster file, perfect for uploading to your favorite photo lab (such as Costco or Walgreens).
  • 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)
  • 3 pages of smaller, 3″ hand spots (perfect for small groups, card games and headbands)

Popular uses:

  • Singing Time: Write the titles of the songs you are practicing on the printable activity sheet next to the sea creatures. Lay the poster (or the home-printable floor spots) in the aisle. Have the kids stand back and toss been bags tied with a long string to 'fish' for a song.
  • Sharing Time: Write the names of the various classes on the printable activity sheet. Mount the poster to the chalkboard. Have the kids take turns throwing magnetic darts at the poster. When a fish is 'caught', find the corresponding creature on your activity sheet and have that class participate in a special way.
  • Class Time/FHE: Write the names of your class on the printable activity sheet. Lay the poster (or the home-printable floor spots) in the center on the floor. When it's time to read a scripture or discuss a question, have a helper toss the bait (like a gummy worm) on to the poster to determine who will read or participate.
  • Find more game ideas for all three groups on the included instruction sheet