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Sunday, May 19, 2013

May Sharing Time WK 4

Okay so I"ve had this game for this week in the making for awhile and I'm so excited to share!! Feel free to play however you'd like, but my thinking is print out enough for 4 of each cutout (or however many you'd need to let each child have one.  Now what you're going to do is pass out the circles (or make it more fun and tape them to the bottom of the chairs beforehand), keeping a set for yourself. As you call them out the kids are going to "match" to each other (by finding all their matches) and then matching it to yours. After you have all of them up. You let those 4-5 kids decide where it needs to go. If they disagree (which there are some that might) discuss it. I've found the most spiritual lessons are the ones that the kids teach each other. I wanted to put a third place because some things are okay to eat but we have to have "just a little bit".


1 place for the stuff that we can eat occasionally


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  1. Thank you for this game. I always have too much time leftover during sharing time, because my primary is very small.

  2. This looks like a wonderful game! Thank you!

  3. LOVE THE PICTURES! I appreciate being able to use them to augment what I have prepared for today. Thank you for the game ideas because I plan on using this for our Family Home Evening lessons on the WOW.

  4. This looks great, but I haven't received my link. Thanks for all the time you put into coming up with it!

    1. Teresa,
      Double check your inbox and junk folder, I'm current on all orders. If you still can't find it, email me ( with the email that's on your PayPal or forward your receipt and I can look it up that way :) Thanks!

  5. This was such a GREAT activity to use for our Sharing Time! I hung the "good," "sometimes," and "trash" categories on the chalkboard with magnets that had little hooks on them. Then I punched holes in each of the food choices. As each child chose a food (or other item) they would hang them on the magnet holding the appropriate sign. It worked wonderfully! Thanks for coming up with this!