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track weight lossFit N Trim Weight Loss and Fitness Trackers

These self-help progress tracking tools might be useful to track personal diet and fitness progress.  Initially, I designed the forms for my own use but later decided to make a website called Shape-Up the Write Way.  The site consisted of my own, tailor-made self-help tools.  I put the forms here in case other self-starters could use the forms to prepare and track their own personal diet and fitness programs.

The documents are offered in various sizes to fit in 8 1/2 x 11 binders to pocket sized Franklin Planners...except you have to punch your own binder holes (oh the horror).   The pages fit nicely in Mead brand Five-Star zippered, vinyl covered planners which can be purchased at very reasonable (cheap!) prices at Kmart, Target or Walmart stores.  

These forms are for general purposes use only, and should not be construed as definitive or binding health or medical advice. All individuals should see their personal physicians for specific information and/or treatment.
 

Large Print Score Cards

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Triple Yahtzee

Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to develop some pretty good forms, charts and graphs for my own personal use that I thought others could use as well.  We love to play triple Yahtzee but the score cards are getting scarce and frankly hard to read with these over 40 eyeballs, so I created a couple of large print scorecards for scrabble and Yahtzee.

 

Print the large and double-page Yatzee score cards and game cards on 8 1/2" x 11" paper, profile setting.

 

I spent an afternoon making some over sized score cards that we can use without my reading glasses.  We use these forms several times a week when we play Yahtzee out on the back porch.  They are also useful for other board games to keep score such as with Scrabble and card games.

Excellent oversize game scorecard sheets – you won’t need reading glasses to play card games anymore.

Score sheets available on pdf upon request.

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TableTopics Bingo (TM)

Mix toast master-style conversation-openers, ice breakers and other thought provoking table topics with the hands-on game of TableTopics Bingo.

An educational, printable game for speakers, toast masters, teachers, child care, adults snd children of any age.

  • Game cards provide mind-stretching questions to inspire short-topic, off the cuff, one or two minute, introductory speeches in an entertaining fashion.
  • Several different ways to play. Pick a card from the numbered cards. Spin the spinner to pick a card. Play with shapes only, play with numbers only or mix and match.
  • TableTopics Bingo Game Cards invite audience participation and encourage attentiveness to speakers.  Print a collection of game score sheets to bring with you to the meetings.  
  • Print to color: Black & white game cards with numbers only, combination of numbers with shapes, or shapes only

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TableTopics Bingo rules are squishy and adapts to new and different ways of play. With winning combinations of three; across, diagonally and down, a winning "Bingo" may be achieved within two to four speakers.

 

The point of TableTopics Bingo is to get help speakers out of their safe-places, up out of their chairs and comfortably stand before their peers to speak. The point of the score sheets for audience participation and to ramp up attentiveness a notch.

 

The rules depend upon how the topics master or instructor decides to play the session. These simple rules suggest a basic TableTopics Bingo game.

Audience members participate by crossing off matching shapes on their Bingo cards as they are selected by the speakers

The first person to line up three shapes (or two shapes and a free space) horizontal, vertical or diagonal wins

Prizes or rewards may be what ever the instructor or toast master provides

  • key chains, pens, pencils, promotional items
  • wrapped suckers and other candies
  • Party favors from the Dollar Stores
  • Scratchers from the Lottery

Print Playing Cards and Questions

  • Print the TableTopics Bingo game question cards front to back double sided. PDF documents formatted for two-sided prints are available upon request. Make sure the color of the backs of the cards match the colors on the fronts of the cards, unless you intend to mix up the party a notch or two :-)
  • Print the playing cards one-sided on regular paper so the cards can be discarded after the game.
  • Or - For durability and reuse, print TableTopics playing cards on glossy photopaper. Laminate makes the cards reusable many times over. Players check off their Bingo scores with dry erase markers. 

Images are preformatted for printing on 8 1/2" x 11" paper or larger. Game pieces are available in pdf form per request, for individual use (not for sharing electronically). 

Materials needed:

  • 8 1/2" x 11" paper, white, colored, cardstock, photo or specialty papers like magnet sheets.
  • Scissors
  • Laminating sheets or 3-ring binder page protectors (optional)
  • Crayons, markers, colored pencils, dry erase markers, ink stamps

    tabletopicsbingoth

    TableTopics Bingo (TM)

    Mix toast master-style conversation-openers, ice breakers and other thought provoking table topics with the hands-on game of TableTopics Bingo.

    An educational, printable game for speakers, toast masters, teachers, child care, adults snd children of any age.

    Number Cards for TableTopics Bingo

    In my toast master groups, the table topics Master determines the overall topic for the session and writes questions for the speakers. The speakers are then given one to two minutes to talk something about the topic. Helpful public speaking game for classroom teachers or playtime instructors.

    In this instance

    • The table topic is "TableTopics Bingo"
    • These eight, large, numbered cut-out shapes determine the category for the question card - and - to provide a score for one of the squares on the Bingo game cards.
    • pick a card card numbers
    • Spin the Number Spinner to select a number between one and eight. The corresponding color shape (numbered) determines the topic category. The color of the shape determines the category for question cards. (Eg: number 3 = Green category)
    • Or - have the speaker pick a numbered card (1 through 8)
    • Once color shape or # is determined, the topic master or instructor selects a speaker
    • The speaker is handed the large shape marked with the number chosen by the spin
    • The speaker randomly chooses one of 8 question cards in the color category
    • If the speaker does not like a question from the cards he or she may select a different question from the same category
    • Or - the speaker may comment about the large shape of the same category and not choose a question card
    • Audience members participate by crossing off matching shapes on their Bingo cards as they are selected by the speakers
    • The first person to line up three shapes (or two shapes and a free space) horizontal, vertical or diagonal wins
    • Prizes or rewards may be what ever the instructor ot toast master provides

    Print Playing Cards and Questions

    • Print the TableTopics Bingo game question cards front to back double sided. PDF documents formatted for two-sided prints are available upon request. Make sure the color of the backs of the cards match the colors on the fronts of the cards, unless you intend to mix up the party a notch or two :-)

    Materials needed:

    • 8 1/2" x 11" paper, white, colored, cardstock, photo or specialty papers like magnet sheets.
    • Scissors
    • Laminating sheets or 3-ring binder page protectors (optional)
    • Crayons, markers, colored pencils, dry erase markers, ink stamps

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      Conversation Inspiring Shapes

      • The table topic is "TableTopics Bingo"
      • The eight, large, numbered cut-out shapes determine the category for the question - and - provide a score for one of the aquares on an TableTopics Bingo game card.  

      Winning combinations of three; across, diagonally and down, a winning "Bingo" may be achieved within two to four speakers. The point of TableTopics Bingo is to get help speakers out of their safe-places, up out of their chairs and comfortably stand before their peers to speak.

      The rules depend upon how the topics master or instructor decides to play the session.

      Simple rules for Basic TableTopics Bingo game

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      • Spin the Number Spinner to select a number between one and eight.
      • The corresponding color shape (numbered) determines the topic category. The color of the shape determines the category for question cards. (Eg: number 3 = Green category)
      • Once the shape or category number is determined, the topic master or instructor selects a speaker
      • The speaker is handed the large shape marked with the number chosen by the spin
      • The speaker randomly chooses one of 8 question cards in the color category
      • If the speaker does not like a question from the cards he or she may select a different question from the same category
      • Or - the speaker may comment about the large shape of the same category and not choose a question card
      • Audience members participate by crossing off matching shapes on their Bingo cards as they are selected by the speakers
      • The first person to line up three shapes (or two shapes and a free space) horizontal, vertical or diagonal wins
      • Prizes or rewards may be what ever the instructor ot toast master provides

       

      Materials Needed:

      • 8 1/2" x 11" paper, white, colored, cardstock, photo or specialty papers like magnet sheets.
      • Scissors
      • Laminating sheets or 3-ring binder page protectors (optional)
      • Crayons, markers, colored pencils, dry erase markers, ink stamps