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Category Archives: Primary Singing Time
I posted a few days ago my “Follow the Prophet” singing time. These are the visual aids I’ll have in my apron pockets to help with each song. All of these ideas came from my favorite music go-to book, A … Continue reading
We did our Children’s Sacrament Meeting Presentation last Sunday – it was fun and beautiful – and I love having our program just before General Conference. We had a nice break from regularly scheduled meetings, and now I am excited … Continue reading
I just made these little stick prompts to remind the children which verse is coming up as we sing in the Sacrament Meeting program.
We had a fantastic review of the program songs today using the scriptures annotated in the Children’s Songbook. I was inspired by this “The Children Sing” post. I wrote the scripture reference on each paper and used them as bookmarks, … Continue reading
We have been learning “This is My Beloved Son” (CS 76) this month. I made black and white copies of the pictures that represent each verse in the song, then cut each copy into four puzzle pieces, and wrote discovery … Continue reading
I used this idea from Primary Singing Ideas last Sunday, and it was a great success. I used finger chimes, a frog instrument, a maraca, and a drum to go with the rhythms above. It was great fun to do … Continue reading
There have been so many great pioneer ideas for singing time online this month. I have been out of town for a couple weeks, so I’m excited to be able to have some pioneer fun in primary this Sunday. I … Continue reading
After we sing “My Country” (CS 224) a couple times to be familiar with it, I am going to place one of these patriotic leis (found at Dollar Tree) on one of the children. We will continue singing the song … Continue reading
I am going to bring out my pipe chimes to play as we sing “My Country, Tis of Thee” this Sunday. I thought it was appropriate to play chimes on the song that calls for freedom to “ring”! I have … Continue reading