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Poster Games & Activities

See how quickly you can find these items. Look up pictures of unfamiliar items online. Check them off as you go! Play alone, with another person, or divide into teams. The first person or team to find each items gets a point. Or take turns and use timers to track who finds their items fastest. (Please let us know if there are any items on the map that we left off the list!)

Sloth

Dancing Dragon

Two Jet Airliners

Huskies

Lobster

Temple Mount

Puffin

Hammerhead Shark

Kiwi Fruit

Rocket

Womb Chair

Ballet Shoes

Beach Umbrellas

Opera House

Bull Moose

Butterfly Fish

Seal

Flags of two nations

Lego

Viola

Taj Mahal

Platypus

Kiwi Bird

Sea Turtle

Wolf

Sheep on two different continents

Oil Tower

Banana

Narwhal

Parrot

Pottery

Trolley

Igloo

Great White Shark

Bengal Tiger

Round Hut

Jaguar

Monkeys on two different continents

Miura Bull

Asian Fishing Boat

Stilt House

Cobra

Walrus

Swordfish

Brown Bear

Bass

Reindeer

Leaning Tower of Pisa

Buhdist Temple

Wishbone Chair

Lime

Toyota Landcruiser

Kangaroo

Maple Syrup

Parthenon

Helicopter

Clownfish

Shovel

Soccer Ball

Shrimp

Christ the Redeemer Statue

Bayterek Tower (Astana, Kazakhstan skyline)

Tugboat

Saltwater Catfish

Viking Longship

Squid

Warthog

Pretzel

Toucan

Rubber Raft/Lifeboat?

Yueqin (or Ruan)

Shovel

Llama

Cello

Rice Bowl

Tree Frog

Log Cabins on two continents

Orangutan

Surfboard

Snake

Potatoes

Cheese

Balalaika

Lizard

Rooster

Hand Fan

Elephant

Skis

Sword

Message in a Bottle

Pan flute

Russian Nesting Dolls

Tiki God Statues

Ukulele

Container Ship

Yak

Fire

4-Leaf Clover

Camera

Dolphin

Lion

Goat

Lemon

Koala

Porpoise

Sinking ship

Polar Bear

Brahman Bull

Soccer Ball

Iceberg

Two pickaxes in different continents

Grapes

Axe

Penguin

Tomato

Rope

Zither

Snowcat

Violin

Shrine Gate

Let younger kids point out and name the animals they know. Teach them the names of the unfamiliar ones. Have older kids use colored markers to circle (or draw a dot next to) each animal on the map according to its classification:

  1. Mammals (indicate with brown marker)
  • Hair or fur
  • Warm-blooded
  • Complex brain
  • Feed babies milk
  • Backbone
  • Lungs breathe air
  1. Birds (mark red)
  • Warm-blooded
  • Forelimbs are wings
  • Have feathers
  • Scaly legs and beak
  • Babies hatch from hard-shelled eggs
  1. Fish (blue)
  • Live in water
  • Gills to breathe
  • Fins to move
  • Have scales
  • Have swim bladders
  • Cold-blooded
  1. Reptiles (green)
  • Dry scaly skin
  • Lungs breathe air
  • Cold-blooded
  • Have backbone
  • Usually lay eggs on land
  1. Amphibians (yellow--there's just one!)
  • Live part of life on land, part in water
  • Cold-blooded
  • Unshelled eggs
  • Breathe through lungs and skin
  • Like moist environments
  1. Invertebrates (orange--see if you can find all three!)

2 species of Crustaceans...

  • exoskeletons,
  • segmented bodies,
  • jointed legs)

...and 1 Mollusc

  • soft, unsegmented body,
  • muscular foot or tentacles

 

Kids can use tracing paper to copy animals, vehicles, houses, or other items and then color them using crayons, markers, or paint. Older kids can combine elements (such as several sea creatures and a boat or two) to create a scene. If they're up for a real challenge, have them draw and color items that they'd like to see included on a future map.

Next to each temple's spire, write the number (and date if you want) so that they're ordered by date of dedication. (Remember, not all of the temples in the world are included on the map, so this is just the order of those pictured.) This activity provides a vivid way to explore how the Church has grown and the Gospel spread across the globe over the years. You might discuss Joseph F. Smith's prophecy (in the early 1900s!) that temples would someday "dot the land." That statement may have seemed audacious given how small the Church was at the time, but it resonates more and more all the time as new ones are dedicated and put to use.

  1. (1846) Nauvoo
  2. (1893) Salt Lake
  3. (1919) Laie Hawaii
  4. (1923) Cardston Alberta
  5. (1927) Mesa Arizona
  6. (1955) Bern Switzerland
  7. (1958) Hamilton New Zealand
  8. (1958) London England
  9. (1964) Oakland California
  10. (1974) Washington DC
  11. (1978) Sao Paulo Brazil
  12. (1980) Tokyo Japan
  13. (1980) Seattle Washington
  14. (1983) Atlanta Georgia
  15. (1983) Apia Samoa
  16. (1983) Nuku’alofa Tonga
  17. (1983) Santiago Chile
  18. (1983) Papeete Tahiti
  19. (1983) Mexico City Mexico
  20. (1984) Boise Idaho
  21. (1984) Sydney Australia
  22. (1984) Manila Philippines
  23. (1984) Dallas Texas
  24. (1984) Taipei Taiwan
  25. (1984) Guatemala City
  26. (1985) Freiberg Germany
  27. (1985) Stockholm Sweden
  28. (1985) Chicago Illinois
  29. (1985) Johannesburg South Africa
  30. (1985) Seoul Korea
  31. (1986) Lima Peru
  32. (1986) Buenos Aires Argentina
  33. (1986) Denver Colorado
  34. (1989) Portland Oregon
  35. (1989) Las Vegas Nevada
  36. (1990) Toronto Ontario
  37. (1993) San Diego California
  38. (1996) Hong Kong China
  39. (1997) St. Louis Missouri
  40. (1998) Preston England
  41. (1999) Anchorage Alaska
  42. (1999) Madrid Spain
  43. (1999) Bogota Colombia
  44. (1999) Halifax Nova Scotia
  45. (1999) Regina Saskatchewan
  46. (1999) Billings Montana
  47. (1999) Edmonton Alberta
  48. (2000) Ciudad Juárez Mexico
  49. (2000) Cochabamba Bolivia
  50. (2000) Montreal Quebec
  51. (2000) Fukuoka Japan
  52. (2000) Adelaide Australia
  53. (2000) Melbourne Australia
  54. (2000) Suva Fiji
  55. (2000) Caracas Venezuela
  56. (2000) Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
  57. (2000) Boston Massachusetts
  58. (2000) Recife Brazil
  59. (2001) Perth Australia
  60. (2002) Monterrey Mexico
  61. (2002) Asunción Paraguay
  62. (2003) Brisbane Australia
  63. (2004) Accra Ghana
  64. (2004) Copenhagen Denmark
  65. (2004) New York City
  66. (2005) Aba Nigeria
  67. (2006) Helsinki Finland
  68. (2008) Panama City Panama
  69. (2010) Cebu City Philippines
  70. (2010) Kyiv Ukraine
  71. (2011) San Salvador El Salvador
  72. (2012) Manaus Brazil
  73. (2012) Calgary Alberta
  74. (2014) Fort Lauderdale Florida
  75. (2015) Córdoba Argentina
  76. (2015) Tijuana Mexico
  77. (2016) Sapporo Japan
  78. (2017) Paris France
  79. (2019) Rome Italy
  80. (2019) Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo
  81. (2019) Lisbon Portugal
  82. (2020) Durban South Africa
  83. ------ Winnipeg Canada
  84. ------ Bangkok Thailand