Behavior Shape Shift

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Have 4 of an item on one side of the board (4 paper circles or something). I’d even have them in color order; 1) green, 2) yellow, 3) orange, 4) red; but that’s just me.

Explain to the children that when they are on this side of the board that means we’re doing good. But when a shape gets shifted to the other side of the board that means that we’re not being as reverent as we could be and they need to try harder. Let them know that if all the circles (or whatever shapes you cut out) get moved to the other side then singing time is done.

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*Idea from Shelly B Ramirez on the LDS Choristers FB Group

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