Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Build-A-Frog review game

It was great fun and a huge blessing to have 
Shelley Fietkau over from Tri-Cities to help lead 
Good News Club training.
She has soooo many great ideas to help
make learning a fun, engaging experience.

Our club has acquired 2 new games from her idea stash,
 'Football Toss' and 'Build-A-Frog'.

After trying out 'Build-A-Frog' on my kids, 
I changed it up a bit to make it easier.
The original game had the choice of tossing either 
little rubbery sticky frogs or 'jumping' tiddlywink frogs. 
Both were difficult for my 7-11 years kids to get into the 'pond'. 

So I found this flannel print in my stash and made 
wee froggy bean bags. 

So here is the game. 2 laminated frog sheets, 
a Dollar Tree 'pond', 3 frogs and a dry erase marker or 2.

Another change I made to Shelley's original was to remove the 
Right and Left specifications from the arm and leg labels.
 It was to hard to finish the game in a 
timely manner the original way. 
And I added question marks to the middle since you 
get to pick whatever you want when landing in that hole. 

So here is the purple team landing their frog in 
'arm' and choosing an arm.

And blue team landing in the center,
 picking the body to fill out. 

The directions.

This was fun to practice, 
I hope it will be just as fun in club in the upcoming weeks. 

~The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life;
and he that winneth souls is wise.~
Proverbs 11:30

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