# INSTRUCTIONS: This is a ‘guess-the-letter’ game, BUT unlike most games where they can guess ANY letter in the phrase, they must be guessed IN ORDER, starting.

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INSTRUCTIONS: This is a ‘guess-the-letter’ game, BUT unlike most games where they can guess ANY letter in the phrase, they must be guessed IN ORDER, starting with the first letter!! Give a giant candy cane to the first child. They guess what they think the FIRST letter is. If they are correct, click to advance the power point to reveal it. If they are correct, they also get to guess the next letter. They can keep guessing as long as they are correct. But once they guess wrong, usually the first or second guess, they hand the giant candy cane to the next child and their turn is over. This continues from child to child until the phrase is uncovered. THEY CAN NOT “SOLVE” the puzzle by giving the entire phrase, they MUST SPELL IT one letter at a time. This way, even if they know the phrase, if they spell it wrong, they will not win. The child who uncovers the last letter gets to keep the candy cane, and the next kid gets another to start the next round. OPTION: Give a small candy cane to every child who guesses a correct letter, but only one per turn, not one per letter guessed right, or you will quickly run out of candy canes!!

1)Happy Birthday Jesus! 2)Jesus is the Reason for the Season! 3)God Loved Us And Sent His Son! 4)Wise Kids Still Seek Him! 5)The Greatest Gift to Give is LOVE! 6)No One Loves You More Than Jesus! At the end of each puzzle, talk about it that phrase with the kids, take advantage of a BRIEF teaching moment before moving to the next puzzle.

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