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Rock Painting

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Pine Comb Christmas Ornaments

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Need:

pine combs

string for ornament hanger

spray paint

glitter

Tie a string around the top of the pine comb. Spray paint the pine comb. While the paint is still wet sprinkle glitter on it and hang it up to dry.

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Need:

pine combs

string for ornament hanger

glue

glitter

glitter glue – if desired

Tie a string around the top of the pine comb. Put glue on the pine comb where you want glitter. While the glue is still wet sprinkle glitter on it and hang it up to dry.

Could use glitter glue instead of the glue and glitter if desired.

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Pine Comb Deer

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Candle Holder

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Painting

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Kickball

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Use the basic rules of softball and baseball: four bases to run, three chances to kick the ball and three outs to an inning.

The pitcher rolls the ball to the kicker. Bouncing, other than the little bounces that you get when the ball rolls over grass, is not allowed. If the ball rolls over home plate and is not kicked, that is a strike. If the ball is kicked but goes foul, that is a strike.

The fielder can catch the ball and tag the runner, or step on the base, or throw the ball at the runner to make the out. The ball should not be thrown at the runner’s head. If the ball is thrown at the runner and misses, the runner may advance only one additional base. A kicked ball that is caught in the air is an out.

The team that is in the field should space themselves out according to the numbers of players. They will, of course, move in for the smaller players and out for the stronger players.

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Popsicle Stick Box

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Philippians 2:8 NKJV

“And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death, even the death of the cross.”

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Finger Painting

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Exodus 31:18 NKJV

“And when He had made an end of speaking with him on Mount Sinai, He gave Moses two tablets of the Testimony, tablets of stone, written with the finger of God.”

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Capture The Flag

7-1-2015 3;56;50 PMThe group is divided into two teams. Each team has its own territory with a boundary designated between the two. Each team must also designate a spot to serve as a jail (such as a tree). Decide on the size of the designated safety zone around the flag, and where to place each team’s flag. Once placed, the flags cannot be moved, although they can be guarded. Those guarding their own flag may not enter the safety zone around the flag unless in pursuit of an opposing team member.

Once the flag is placed, team members are assigned to guard their own flag or to enter enemy territory to try to capture the other team’s flag. Any player in enemy territory can be caught (by tagging them) and put in jail. Prisoners can be released by being tagged by a teammate, but only one prisoner can be rescued at a time.

A team wins the game by capturing the other team’s flag and bearing it back to their home territory. If a flag is seized but is recaptured before reaching the opponents’ territory, the flag is set up where it was recaptured. If a game must be ended before a flag is captured, the team with the most prisoners wins.

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I Wrote a Letter to My Mother… (Drop The Handkerchief)

A tisket, a tasket, A green and yellow basket, I wrote a letter to my mother, on the way I dropped it, and one of you has picked it up and put it in your pocket. Not you, not you, not you, not you …

7-1-2015 3;56;50 PM - CopyThe players stand in a circle facing inward, while another child, the “picker”, walks around the outside of the circle carrying a rag or handkerchief until finally dropping it behind one child. This child then rises, grabs the rag, and chases and tries to tag the picker. The picker tries to return to the spot where the picked child had been standing and stands in that spot. If the picker succeeds, the other child is now the new picker and the process begins again. If the child succeeds in tagging the picker, the same child may return to stand in the previous spot and the picker resumes the process.

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