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from Moms & Munchkins

Christmas Fun - Games, Activities, Recipes & More!

Christmas Carol Game - Start by telling everyone the song and then read the “clue” line. The first person to respond by signing the correct answer (the next line of the song) gets one point. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins!

Fun family party ideas for "Minute to Win It". For New Year's Eve at home again this year. Board games last year, action games this year.

from Blog

How to Read Sheet Music: Step-by-Step Instructions

How to Read Sheet Music. Music is made up of a variety of symbols, the most basic of which are the staff, the clefs and the notes. All music contains these fundamental components, and in order to learn how to read music, you must first familiarize yourself with these basics.

Musician's white out! I need this! Do they have it in different sizes?

from Women's Ministry Toolbox

Icebreaker: Roll & Poll (Free Printable

Icebreaker: Roll & Poll (Free Printable) - Quick and easy icebreaker for any women's ministry event. 3 free versions for you to choose from. #ladiesministry #womensministry

Clothes Peg Tag: start with three pegs on each person's clothes. See how many you have by the end of the game. Vary the game by giving commands such as walking only, running, side stepping.

from FertileBrains

10 Life Lessons You Can Learn From Playing With Children

We the grown-ups don't take "Play" seriously enough. For us "Play" doesn't evoke the kind of gravity as "Work" does but if you look closely playing with children is filled with life-lessons. Read Now and/or Pin For Later #family

This is a chart to help beginning violin students learn to read music. It consists of a staff and treble clef and notes - low G to high B - that show all of the first position notes and their fingerings, color coded by string. It can be printed and posted on a bulletin board or handed out.

Developing habits and sets of quality that will help and encourage them to learn for the rest of their lives :)