If you’ve never seen or used paper bag puppets, you’re in for a treat! All you need to make them are lunch-sized paper bags, crayons or other media, tape or glue, paper, and a copier (or you can trace them). Paper bag puppets are fun, easy to make, and super inexpensive. They also can be easily stored by simply folding them flat.
This week I have two FREE downloads for Primary music! First, a kit that can be used for a sharing time or as a singing time activity. Children try to guess song titles with just a few notes. Includes strips to cut up and draw from a container as well as a master list for the pianist. Kids love this, and it’s great for a last-minute activity.
Father’s Day is coming up this Sunday! Celebrate fathers in your Primary or FHE with this cute Parts of a Father Sharing Time Kit. It has wordstrips, a coloring page, and instructions for an activity that celebrates the wonderful qualities of fathers. It’s easy to prepare and carry out. All you need are the kit contents (also supplies such as scissors, a color printer, and tape) and a real or fake (a volunteer little kid or teacher) Father. Easy and fun!
Need ideas for bulletin boards? Looking for images of Summer holidays and themes? Want info for kids about Church historical dates? Here’s a FREE download that provides all those things! Use the visuals for bulletin boards and borders, sharing time, singing time, FHE, or whatever. Print, copy, and share.