I've talked to a couple of newly called choristers, seen some threads on the Yahoo group, and received a couple of emails - all with questions and concerns about the expense of props/games/flip charts/visual aides for singing time. YES. This calling can get complicated and expensive if you let it. But you can also use things you have around the house to teach lyrics, principles, and also to have a lot of fun. What I've come to learn, however, is that some people experience a wee shortage of creativity, especially when under pressure.
So, to help get your creative juices flowing, I am going to let you think of the ideas this time. I shared a similar thought a while back with the Bingo Game. You can find a fun way to use just about everything! Now we will go together on a journey throughout our homes to find free, ink-less, creative ways to entertain your primary kids.
We'll start in the kitchen. The heart of the home! (I'll do different posts for each part of the home - today let's stick with the kitchen!)
How would you use paper cups/plates?
How would you use straws?
How would you use an oven mitt?
How would you use utensils?
How would you use cookbooks?
How would you use a cookie sheet?
What else inspires you in your kitchen? Please share your comments - I promise there are music leaders out there (worldwide) that would love and appreciate your thoughts. I can't wait to see what you come up with!!
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