I have heard of Musical Measles. Well how about Musical Chicken Pox? If you can get some sticker dots from Walmart to use as “chicken pox” (I think they are about $3.00 for a pack of a few hundred).
|Here are the dots I would buy. I’d probably give each teacher a half sheet..|
Then before you start singing time you can ask all the teachers to help you by listening and watching for some good singing by the kids in their classes. Then you can give them each a half sheet of stickers. They can help by putting sticker dots on kids’ faces in their primary class as you all sing.
|I’d probably try making a chicken “hat” like this from an old baseball cap and felt.|
Then ask the kids, “Do YOU want to get musical chicken pox?” if they want to get chicken pox too they need to really sing for you! Then sing your first song. Tell the kids you will be watching for good singers who might be catching the musical “chicken Pox”. Tell the teachers to watch and add pox as they want.
|But if you had a chicken costume, it might be really fun to “be” the chicken too!|
You could put a chicken hat on if you can find one (since it IS HALLOWEEN TIME after all!). Then go around and put the “pox”on teacher’s faces as well as kid’s faces. As you see more and more kids singing their hearts out, you will be able to add “pox”. Don’t leave out the presidency or the pianist. The kids will love seeing that. At the end of the song pick a teacher to choose one of their “pocked up” kids.
HERE’s a LINK to a cute chicken head for $15.00 if you also need a Halloween costume for this year! The picture is below.
|I LOVE this hat. I’d buy it just for Halloween it’s so cute! You could probably make one though with just
a chicken stuffed animal from the DI and a baseball cap and a glue gun.
The one with the most “chicken pox” from that teacher’s class gets to come pick the next song. I think I would put the songs on round circles on the board just in keeping with the “chicken pox” theme. Am I spelling pox right? Ah, who cares. LOL. Happy singing!