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Category Archives: Primary Singing Time
I am the new Primary Music Leader in our Ward! It’s been fun jumping back into the primary, and getting ready for the Children’s Sacrament Meeting Presentation. I made a song review game for every family in our Primary (we … Continue readingPin It
This has been a difficult, yet wonderful week full of changes. I am very sad to report that I have been released as primary chorister. I love this calling, and have put my whole heart into it. I am going … Continue reading
My daughter is one of the new Sunbeams coming into Singing/Sharing time this year, and I am a little worried about how she will adapt to sitting during Primary – especially while I am up front. I found this idea … Continue reading
Next Sunday I will bring out one of my old family home evening lessons to use in singing time. (You can click on the photo above to see the wording on all the ornaments better. ) Being that it is … Continue reading
This Sunday we will be doing a sing-a-story of Christmas (scriptures and song order came from “A Children’s Songbook Companion”). I have my nativity poster ready to go, using just 5 figures, that will be placed inside numbered envelopes. On … Continue reading
I wanted to give the children a little reminder of the songs we are singing in Sacrament Meeting next Sunday, so made a paper chain to help them countdown the days, and practice at the same time. I am attaching … Continue reading
This Sunday we will be learning “Samuel Tells of the Baby Jesus” (CS 36). These are my visuals, and I plan to write out the chorus underneath them on the chalkboard. To introduce the song, I will bring a globe … Continue reading
We are starting Christmas music tomorrow! Our primary has been asked to sing in Sacrament Meeting December 12th, so we have 4 weeks to learn a couple Christmas songs. We will start with “Mary’s Lullaby” (CS 44) using the visuals … Continue reading
I am using a couple pages from the Friend Magazine (from April and August 2010 issues) to help me choose songs in my next singing time. I am covering all the close-up pictures with sticky notes on which I have … Continue reading