Carnival Party: Fortune Teller
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Wow! So many of you learn about Classic Play through a search for “fortune teller sayings for kids”. Which, leads me to believe y’all are having the same trouble I did when I first asked this question. If you are, here are a few fortunes we came up with that might help get you started (just scroll to the bottom). Also check out some of the links Cindy mentions in the comments section.
Readers, I need your help. I need some fortunes.
In addition to games, we’ll have a few activity stations. One is balloon animals, which I think I have figured out, and another is fortune telling. That’s where I need some help. I made a crystal ball out of one of those big glittery bouncy ball things and a glass candle holder I found at a thrift store.
It turned out cute but now I’m stumped. I don’t know what to offer in the way of fortunes.
I’ve done a little internet googling, looking around for fun fortunes for kids, but shockingly there’s a dearth of material. I know, I know. You’re rendered speechless, as am I. The internet has let us all down.
So here’s my plea: can you help me out with suggestions for cute, funny, clever or silly fortunes? I’m going to print them up on a cheat sheet for the fortune teller.
I don’t have much to offer you other than my sincerest thanks. But, you know, sincerest thanks is…um, well, it’s sincere.
So what would you divine for a group of five to eight year olds? Help!
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