I printed on white card stock for durability and cut everything out (there are 2 blank “envelopes” in case you have different/more songs than I do – sorry that I can’t create editable documents). I then hot glued all the heads on popsicle sticks and everything else to the red poster board.
I made the white pockets by simply bringing in the corners a bit on each flap and put a dallop of hot glue. The top pocket is just a blank sheet of card stock so I could hold all the sticks and is made the same way (I did reinforce the edges with packaging tape because it holds quite a bit).
- When I hold up the Otoscope (I’m actually just using a little flashlight), they were to open their ears and listen to the words and message of the song. This is where we will fix any tricky wording spots in the songs. This will probably be our main focus as it’s the second verses in a couple songs that we are still struggling with. – use with all the 2nd verses on songs.
- Once we’ve repaired the words, we will move on to the Tongue depressor. When I hold it up, that is their cue to open their mouths and throat nice and wide to project as much volume and clarity as possible.
- When I hold up the Stethoscope, that means I want them to feel the song in their hearts. How does it make them feel? How does the song make the Dr. feel?
You can find them all HERE along with other helpful tips for your program. You can also check out my “Review Activities” tab HERE for more simple review activities to get you ready for your program! If you have more ideas, please comment!
Good luck with your upcoming program!!