Print out the icons and cut them into 12 pieces. Use as many copies as you need. Some of the images have words and some don't. Scatter the images in the park - perhaps have a few other images around - munching on trees or hiding under picnic tables or whatever is available.
The children can work individually or be in teams. The job is to collect the images and match them to the answer key. The exercise will be too difficult for the small children so there are some images with no words - they can catch the foxes and get a different reward. Then the teacher can show them how the words work to whatever level they can manage. Here's the answer key.
Catch for us foxes
and our vineyards are bud-adorned
here is a record of building this skill at 5 minutes a week over a period of 18 months for children ages 5 to 14. (I have not usually covered meteg or other aspects of stress or cantillation but there are a few meteg in the images. I will wait for the careful eye to ask me.)
The images should be printable from here or from the above image.