I know my Savior Lives: Primary Program Script & Tips - Party Like a Cherry
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Cute things for the classroom! | Adventures in Teaching
I’ve been getting pretty crafty in my room lately, and I just wanted to share my stuff with you guys! Enjoy! :) My sister gave me some wooden letters that spelled out my name when I graduated from college, and I finally got around to painting them! I didn’t even want to attempt to paintRead more
Primary Singing Ideas
a compilation of singing time ideas for primary, some our own, but most from other sites and places. We'd love to hear your thoughts and ideas. E-mail at SillySingingLady@gmail.com
Mystery Box - Sweet Shoppe Gallery
I made this for the primary kids at church. Each draw will have a review question from this months lessons (or a song to sing), and a little treat. Me by Misty Cato Acrylic Button Alpha by Cafe J (retired), This is a discussion forum powered by vBulletin. To find out about vBulletin, go to http://www.vbulletin.com/ .
Primary Singing Time
Today I decided to do something for Halloween for singing time since Stake Conference is the Sunday before Halloween this year. I called it "Purrrfect Singing". I have these cute wooden cutouts that you stick into pumpkins. I bought them at a boutique years ago. I told the kids that I wanted them to be purrfect singers today and if they weren't, they would be monster singers. I pulled out my wood cutouts of the cat and I also have one of a Frankenstein. The idea is to have them sing…
Primary Singing Time
I'm a Mean Old Witch With a HAT! Halloween! (Both songs) There's No Such Thing as a Witch This week we have a primary activity and we are going to sing these to the parents. I would have to say by far the kids love "A mean old witch with a Hat" and "Halloween" (The one with witches sailing through the sky). I remember singing these in primary when I was a little girl. My kids love them, and my primary kids too! My son told me this is the first year we have ever sung them, and I'm glad I…
Happy New Year, dear Music Friends!
Here are some materials for the Primary 2014 music curriculum from my annual workshop (see below). My intent is to save you some time and share ideas for teaching. First, I have made a monthly outline of all the songs needed for each month, in singing time or sharing time. You could schedule them as opening songs so that they are ready when needed in a sharing time activity. The outline is made from the “short list” of songs that are available worldwide—so that is why some obvious songs that…
LDS Primary Music Time Game & Idea - Tic Tac Toe | Live Craft Eat
Use this simple but effective and fun tic tac toe game for primary music time or family home evening to keep your kids engaged and learning.
If The Savior Stood Beside Me - Penny Games Lesson Plan
image source, Wikipedia LEARN THE SONG - If the Savior Stood Beside Me Put word strips up one by one. After all are up - ask the children to take them down (roll a die to see how many to take down). Until they are gone. *MAYBE USE THE FLIP CHARTS FROM OCD CHORISTER Repeat for all 3 verses. EXPLAIN A good way to remember something is to put a penny in your shoe. Then, whenever you feel the penny you’ll remember whatever it is you’re supposed to remember. At the end of Primary I’m going to…
Primary Music Idea - WHO'S Ready for Back 2 School???
WHO - - WHO - - WHO - - WHO ??? WHO is READY 4 BACK 2 SCHOOL??? I'm sure you are starting to hear some HOOTING about going BACK 2 SCHOOL as we are here locally. Some of the children in Central Florida are already back in school. The State of Florida decided a few years ago to SAVE OUR SUMMERS so our children have one more week until venturing back. They are all so excited and this is even what we are noticing in our Primary so I decided that it would be fun this week to see WHO WAS READY FOR…
I made the Singing Stars (basically laminated stars with a popsicle stick handle) to help enforce reverence. During singing time children who are being reverent singers get a Singing Star. At the end of singing time, when we sing a reverence song to get them ready for sharing time, all the children with stars can come to the front of the room and hold them up while we sing. They really love this, and it helps them stay reverent during singing time because they all want a Singing Star. The…
A Case of the Musical Measles
Musical Measles are a fun way to have a choose and review day. I handed sheets of stickers to the teachers, so that they could determine who was singing well. The more they sang, the more "measles" they would get. We sang some favorites in Jr. Primary and reviewed this month's song. The little ones really tried hard to participate this week, it was nice. In Sr. Primary we had Janice Kapp Perry day and sang songs of hers from the songbook, plus Holding Hands Around the World. They also did a…