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Find the Turkey Leg Game: FREE

While working on Children's Church lessons I needed a filler power point game for November.  I had some other power points from KidzMatter but none of them where quite right.  So I got the idea from a game in this set and made my own called:

"Find the Turkey Leg" 

I adapted it so that it was an individual game, not a team game but you could make it that way if you wanted.

These are what the slides look like:
Title Slide

Instruction Slide

Let's Play!

Child calls which turkey he would like.

slide 1 may show up ---OR----

slide 2 may show up ----OR----

slide 3 may show up

The best thing about this particular game is there are no internal links needed.  Just the basic slides. You could save these pictures, insert them into power point and make your own presentation.
You would insert the first four slides then slide 1, 2 or 3, then the "Choose Your Turkey" slide again and repeat as many times as you'd like randomly inserting slide 1, 2, or 3 after each "Choose Your Turkey" slide so the child won't be able to predict which object is behind the turkey he/she chose.
You can go here to download a powerpoint show already put together for FREE.*

The font  I used is  "Chubby Cheeks" from
The graphics were free and came from

*Please don't redistribute these pages.  They are for personal use only.  If you'd like to share, link back to this page.  Thank you!


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