These are simple cards that I drew to make it easier to play pictionary. If your older kids are really sophisticated, they may do alright with a title on a slip of paper, but I've found that if the kids can see a picture, the drawing part is easier for them. It also saves a LOT of time because they don't have to stand there thinking of an idea. Before you all have a heart attack and complain that you can't draw anything, just remember that the point is to make a really simple picture. The kids can't draw anything either and they don't care! They just like to play this game. So you need to model a really simple picture, something that the kids could realistically copy.
The cards can be laid face-down on the table. Ask a child to choose a card and, being careful not to show the card, draw the picture on the chalkboard. Invite the rest of the children to guess what the picture is. Sing a pioneer song (or a program review song) or a fun song with each card.
Just in case you don't recognize what these pictures are, I'll list the card with the song I sing with it. ;o) The children I'm working with right now don't know all of these pioneer songs, so I'll have to substitute a few songs about faith or obedience.
campfire =217=Westward Ho
berry bush =216=Little Pioneer Children
shoe =214=Pioneer Children Sang as They Walked
ox =219=The Oxcart
handcart =220=The Handcart Song
bonnet =222=Whenever I Think About Pioneers
stream =236=Give Said the Little Stream
rain = 247=Rain is Falling
wagon =221=Covered Wagons