Four cups game
This is going to be an interesting exercise. Instead of just playing the activities in computer and instead of we giving the questions and you answering, why not become a game master yourself? Have you played four cups?
Here is a Resurrection Sunday four cups game. Follow the instructions and quiz your family!
Step 1: Take an A4 sheet or a big drawing sheet and draw a big square, with each side measuring 20 cm. Then divide the square. Then start drawing the smaller squares and diagonal lines are given in the image below.
Step 2: Then draw the following images and numbers (as given below).
Step 3: Then write the questions and answers. Note that the questions are written in the boxes where the numbers are given in red. The answers are written in boxes where numbers are written in blue.
Step 4: Use the instructions given in the YouTube video to make the four cups game. Note that the sheet should be place with the written side on top, while doing the origami.
Step 5: Play with your family. For example, if they select empty tomb. You are to say E – M – P – T – Y – T – O – M – B and change the four cups position each time. Then open it up and ask them to select from the images. Then spell out the number. For example, if 8 is selected. Say aloud, E – I – G – H – T and then ask them to select another image. Then open the four cups and read out the question. See if their response matches with the answer given.
Make your own empty tomb
2 Cups of Flour
1/2 Cup of Salt
3/4 Cup Cold Water
Mix ingredients together and knead together.
To make this tomb use a fist full of dough. Make a ball large enough to fit into your hand.
Turn your bowl upside down. Roll your dough out and then drape it over the bowl.
Shape a small round door and stick to the side of tomb.
Cut out a small opening for the door.
Stick a toothpick down in the top of the tomb. Cover it with dough.
Then stick your other toothpick sideways into the other toothpick. Cover it with dough too.
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