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Monday, September 8, 2014

Tissue PUNCH Game for Kids

Hi y'all.  Today I thought I'd share an easy to make Tissue Punch Game. I made this for our church this past week.  It's like the Price is Right style punch wall that you've seen people making for parties and kids' games, but you can reuse this over and over again.  I'm the new Primary Music Chorister in my ward at church (which in the LDS church means I'm in charge of teaching all the children under age 12 music and songs each Sunday).  So I made this PUNCH GAME to make learning our songs more fun.  Something out punching tissue paper is very satisfying!

Easy to make Punch Game for kids! (and you can reuse it!)



You can put little prizes, clues, or whatever inside.

Here's what you need to make this fun Punch Out Game.  (By the way, it's cheap too):

Poster board, rubberbands, plastic cups (like Solo Cups), tissue paper for gift wrapping, brass fasteners (or brads), and scissors.



Poke the fastener through the bottom of the cup (use scissor or a knife to carefully poke a hole if needed).  Then you cover with a piece of tissue paper (about 1/4 of a regular sheet).  Use a rubberband to hold it down.

As I made this I found that it was super simple to cute out all the pieces at once since tissue paper is so thin.  I also found it looked better if I cut them into a more circular shape.



Make your poster how ever you want.  This would be a fun and simple game for preschool or even a fall festival or school carnival.  You could form the cups into any shape (pumpkin, hearts, etc).  I found that even the oldest kids at church LOVED punching for the clue.  Because I use the fasteners, you can reuse this game over and over again.  All you need is more tissue paper.


I put slips of paper describing the fun way we would sing each song.  I found these fun printables HERE.  The kids took turns punching it out and telling us how we would sing.

Back view

Stick your slips of paper or prizes inside.  



Hope this helps if you need an easy, cheap, and fun game for your kids!


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18 comments:

  1. Pinning this to my party board! So fun and easy! What kid doesn't want to punch a hole in something? :)

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    1. Thanks! I know! Even I love to punch the holes!

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  2. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
    I really needed this! wooohooo
    love you SISTER

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    1. Yay! I'm so happy it will help someone! Sometimes I don't know if my ideas really help others or not. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Thank You for posting this!!! I have a Girl Scout Troop here in Wisconsin, and while searching Pintrest for something new to do with the girls this year I came across your blog!!! I will be checking back frequently!!

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  4. What an excellent and fun activity! I tried to download your printables, but was not successable. Could you please email me the sight, maybe then I'll be able to download and print.
    Thank you,
    grannysbowtique@yahoo.com

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    1. Which printables do you need? Most of mine are available on Google docs. The ones I used for this post are from another blog. I will email you info.

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  5. I love how simple this is! I am doing it tomorrow in our Primary. Thanks, Helen at threewinksdesign.weebly.com.

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    1. Yay!! It's always a favorite in Primary. Thanks for visiting.

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  6. I'm so excited I found this post, thank you for sharing! I love how easy it is to make. I have a question... Did you find the poster board was sturdy enough for using it again and again or would it be better to use something more sturdy like a project or foam board?

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    1. The poster board worked fine for me to use about 5 or 6 times. But foam board would be a great option too!

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  7. Haven't attempted to make it yet. But, pretty sure you saved me six hours over making the kind where you cut out the holes. I can't thank you enough!

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    1. Haha! I know, right? I did not want to do that either!

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