I'm going to use the "Who, What, Where, When, Why, How" idea with wordstrips from Becky (same Sugardoodle link) for the Senior primary. But for the Junior I think I'll do an Easter song introduction idea that I found on Teaching LDS Children.
Update 4/10/11 - I didn't end up having time yet to make the Easter song introduction box, hopefully I can for next week. The word strips worked so well though! I've only done the first half of the song because we're also working on another song for Easter. We'll finish it next week. To do the matching game, I printed the question words (who, what, where etc.,) on colored paper. Then I printed the phrases on white sheets. I ended up doing a phrase on each sheet that I printed. Before we began, I magneted the question words on the board. For the Jr. Primary, I did them in order. As we sang each phrase, we discussed which question it answered. For the Sr. Primary, I mixed up the questions words all over the board. Then as we sang each phrase, they had to figure out which question it answered and put it in order. As we learned it this week, I divided the phrases one way, but I'm going to change them for next week to this:
WHY: "He died that we might live again"
WHO: "Lord Jesus, our Redeemer true"
WHERE: "He died on Cal-v'ry's lonely hill"
HOW: "His life he gave for me and you"
WHEN: "He rose from the grave on Easter Morn"
WHO #2: "Our Savior and our King"
WHAT: "He showed his love for all man-kind"
WE CAN: "For his great love, give thanks and sing
"Re-joice! Re-joice! and sing, sing, sing."