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Goliath Cut Out

 

We are doing David & Goliath this month. For the younger class, I drew a 9 foot Goliath from a roll of brown wrapping paper (like grocery bag paper). He was quite a hit when I unrolled him and hung him up. A thought for a game would be to use Velcro on his forehead and on some lightweight balls for "target practice." 

I plan to have the children color Goliath and use him as part of our bulletin board for the month. I also used my daughter's LeapPad storybook "Amazing Bible Stories" by Zonderkidz. The story includes an "I spy" game and a question & answer game.


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