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MeckMom

Singing Time Games: Spaghetti Freddy

$ 4.50

MeckMom

Singing Time Games: Spaghetti Freddy

$ 4.50

No child can resist a heaping plate of spaghetti. Take that love of This colorful poster was designed to help you incentivize learning and increase singing volume.

What you'll receive:

  • 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.
  • 3 pages of large, 3″ numbered meatballs (attach to yarn with paper clips or hot glue)
  • 1 page of smaller, 1″ numbered meatballs (attach to yarn with paper clips or hot glue)

How can you use it?

1. Mount the printed poster to a standard sheet of foam core with adhesive spray glue or alligator clips.

2. Use an exacto knife to trim away the black circle and the foam core behind it.

3. Attach the meatballs to the randomly to the string (sandwiching the string between a numbered meatball and a smiling meatball), push two long strands of yarn through the hole. Have a helper (or helpers) stand behind the board and pull the yard as the group sings. When a meatball reaches Freddy, look at the number and do the corresponding action/song. Use the game to track volume, accuracy, or understanding as you practice your songs.

Note: The hole placement on all three bubble gum posters and this poster is identical so you can cut one piece of foam core and use the characters (Boris, Betty, Baby or Freddy) interchangeably.

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