Review – I Will Follow God’s Plan
- Items needed: Two black poster boards, tape, small stickers (optional), and two containers.
- Print the word strips onto card stock. Cut out the large word strips. Lay them in order on the poster boards face up, half on each poster board. Put a small piece of tape on the top of each word strip, near the middle. Turn over all the word strips and put another piece of tape next to the other piece. You should end up with one piece of tape facing forward and the other is facing toward the poster board. This allows the word strip to be taped down on the poster board, but when a child turns it over it can be taped in place with the other piece of tape. Make sure all the word strips are face down on the poster board, and then press down on the appropriate pieces of tape to hold each in place.
- Cut out the first section of small word strips. Fold them in half, and put them into one of the containers. Cut out the second section of small word strips, fold them in half, and put them into the other container.
Tell the children you are going to be testing them to see how well they know the song. Tape the poster boards to the chalk board. Explain that each paper strip on the poster boards has a word of the song on it, and the words are in the correct order. Inform them that the first poster board has the first half of the song on it, and the second poster board has the second half. Show them the first container, and explain that some of the words to the first half of the song are in the container. Tell them you will pick a word from the container, and they will have to figure out where that word is on the poster board. Have them sing the song while they try to figure out where the word is. Tell them you will call on someone who thinks they know where the word is, and they can check it by flipping up the paper strip. If they get it right, they get to turn over that word and then choose the next word from the container, or they can come up with their own word from the song for the children to find.
After the children find four words on the first poster board, have them work on finding four words on the second poster board using the second container of words.
Go back and forth every four words until you run out of time. Try to give every child a turn guessing.
To make the game more challenging, have them find two words at a time.