I was asked by enough people to do 2016 Primary bulletin board material this year that I'm jumping in! There are so many choices! There are background papers and borders that coordinate with the monthly posters, monthly text so you can add the month name to your boards and lettering for your boards.
3- Theme Letterings
Each capital letter is about 3.5 inches tall. 3 color combinations to choose from depending on which Yearly Poster you use. With one of them working well with both posters. GO HERE TO PURCHASE ($1.50)
24- Scalloped Edge Borders
For easy at home printing on 8.5x11 pages with 2 borders per page.
Each month has 2 borders to choose from. Borders are about 3 inches tall.
Each paper is 12x12 at 300dpi, pack includes 19 papers that can be used as the backing of your bulletin boards. There is 1 paper for each month plus the odds and ends that didn't make it onto the posters but still work great with them.
Each day we have a chance to serve others around us. If we keep our eyes open we can see the things that we can do to help others.
Includes 10 DIFFERENT CARDS and a large (16x20) Bingo board to hang on the board and heart markers so you know what you've called out. Each of the 25 graphics is a different scenario about serving others around us. Included is also a graphic index with what each graphic. The cards are 8x10, it's recommended to print these on cardstock (110 lb is the best) and laminate if you can for durability.
You can use beans or cereal as markers for the kids. There are large hearts for the large board so you know what you've called out.
The large board is separated into easy to print pages that you can glue together (a preview of the full board is included on the how to play page in the download)
I love this topic and I try and teach my boys how to serve each other. And I wanted to add a game to the Sunday Box about service so here you go! Service Cranium.... this is sort of like the normal game but with my own twists.
How to play:
This is a cooperative play, there are no winners or losers. begin by spinning whichever color
it lands on that’s the color they move to. They then choose a number in that color (1-4), give
them that card and whichever color it is that is how they try and have their team/everyone
guess what’s on the card. When that number and color have been picked cover/x it so it
can’t be picked again.
For the yellow section, you choose, add your own cards by filling out the blank card or
letting the kids pick from the other colors which one they’d like to do and use the yellow
*** LET ME CLARIFY, if place of a #4 card, use the yellow card (the yellow card is "you choose" so you'll either need to make your own or use the yellow card when the kids get into the yellow section. Because there are only 3 sections the 4 in the yellow section you'll need to come up with your own scenario.
A game board (16x16 when assembled)
A spinner and arrow (you will need a brad)
4 cards with things to do for each section (Charades, Draw, Say it Silly, and You Choose!)
blank cards to create your own and add more ways to serve each other each time you play or make it a little more challenging for youth by asking questions!
x's to mark off your numbers (print this page twice so you have enough for each space)
I've also included some ideas to help the kids if they get stuck on the drawing part, ideas for how to say it silly, and prop ideas you can bring for the younger kids.
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For this lesson, use just the cut-outs and put different ones on the board to show all that we have to be grateful for. (You could also play a matching game by printing two of each and mounting on cardstock)