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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Campfire

I love this little campfire she made for the kids for Pioneer Day!  They turned off the lights and sat around the campfire to sing.



The campfire was made out of flickering LED candles and tissue paper.

Bean Bag Toss

Here is a picture of a game that she made, she made it out of PVC pipes.  She just had the kids toss a bean bag into the pipes and each pipe is numbered, so you can assign the numbers to songs or whatever.  The kids love it!



In the Leafy Tree Tops


She says: " I have some huge flowers I will have some kids hold for the second verse, so I wanted some birds for the first. I don’t think I want the kids all handling them, so I am thinking of making a nest for them or I think it would be really cool if I could figure out how to make a tree branch that I could hang them in and have a child hold the branch.  Maybe a branch from an artificial tree."






Hello again.

Sorry it's been awhile since I posted.  I've been moved to Relief Society and we don't tend to do much fun stuff with our singing. :D  Maybe we should!  Anyway, my sister-in-law has sent me several great ideas over the past year that she has been doing, so these next few posts are all her ideas. :)

Saturday, January 18, 2014

My sister-in-law recently became Primary Chorister in her ward so her husband made this clever way for the Primary kids to choose songs.  It's based on a song that's very popular with kids right now called "What Does The Fox Say?".  This version is "What Do the Kids Sing?".   The idea is to put the fox and the speech bubbles up on a board, and have names of songs on the back.  The kids pick what the fox sings, and then turn the bubble over, and that is what the kids sing. :D





The best way to download a good image from the PDF images above is to right click the white rectangular box to the right of the "thumb image" you want and "save picture as" to your computer.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

I Am Like A Star!

Visual aid to be used with the song "I Am Like A Star" #163.




Choose a child to come up and put their face through the circle in the center while everyone sings.  Our chorister really likes using this particularly because many children (and adults) often mistakenly sing "shining for the whole world to see" instead of "smiling for the whole world to see".  The smiling mouth helps them remember what the correct words are. :D

Update: I noticed another bonus today when we were singing this song.  Because each of the children want a turn being the star then we sing it many times and they're learning it quickly. :D

Nursery Singing Time Ideas

I ran across this blog this morning.  It has lots of different ideas for multiple subjects with children but I wanted to share her singing time page because it had a lot of cute ideas and everyone always likes more cute ideas right?