Tag Archive: independence day

Cardboard Tube Tissue Paper “fireworks”

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/cardboard-tube-tissue-paper-fireworks.html *** OOPS! I forgot to take a picture of the fireworks I made and now my Singing Time is over and they’re ‘popped’ and in the trash….  well, I’ll take pictures if I do it again in the future. *** image source Cut toilet paper tube in half (so it’s easier to break open when the time comes) Slip in paper (with song name or way to…
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Easy Poppers

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/i-saw-these-easy-fourth-of-july-poppers.html I saw these Easy Fourth of July Poppers on Formula Mom. Cut rectangle out of scrapbook paper Cut a longer rectangle out of tissue paper (so it still sticks out the sides when you roll it up) Put contents inside Roll Up Secure paper with staples or tape Tie ribbon on ends Make sense? If not, click on the link to go to the original post. There…
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Military Tribute Video 2013

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/military-tribute-video-2013.html I took the videos I’d found and gathered in this post and put them together to make my own Military Tribute montage video for my Ward. It’s basically a mini Music and the Spoken Word. :)  About 10 minutes long. VIDEO CLIP ORDER:1. Battle Hymn of the Republic ♪2. Duty, Honor, Courage3. Who Are the Brave? ♪ *I made some minor tweaks to the audio. (Just gentle crossfading…
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Singing Meter Board

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/singing-meter-board.html The idea is that pictures are attached and as the children sing well the pictures go up. (Or down, or sideways, or however you are holding the board).Here is my basic board. It’s really easy to make: thick poster board string (I used yarn) scissors Measure and mark where you want the holes for the string. If you want, leave more space at the top so you…
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Mormon Tabernacle Choir Patriotic Video Clips

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/fourth-of-july-video-clips.html I am considering these video clips to play in my 4th of July lesson:*UPDATE – I made this video montage with the clips below* Music and the Spoken Word Memorial Day May 2012:– God of Our Fathers, Whose Almighty Hand– 4:48 members talk– 5:12 Distant Land– 10:08 America The Beautiful (organ)– 12:02 members talk– 12:29 Who Are The Brave?– 15:50 Lloyd Newell – fallen soldiers, those who…
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Simple Sign For My Flag My Flag

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/simple-sign-for-my-flag-my-flag.html image source My flag, my flag, MY  FLAGmy country’s flag, MY   COUNTRY’s   FLAGI love to see you wave; LOVE   SEE   FLAGMy flag, my flag, MY FLAGmy country’s flag, MY   COUNTRY’s   FLAGThe banner of the brave. (cont FLAG)   BRAVEWave on, wave on forever, FLAG   FOREVERThe banner of the free; FLAG   FREEWave on, wave on forever, FLAG   FOREVERThe flag of liberty. FLAG LIBERTY

Invite A Military Member

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/invite-military-member.html image sourceLast night my husband had an idea so simple I thought, “duh! Why didn’t I think about that?” We live near a Military Base, so it would be awesome to invite a Military Member to dress in uniform and speak to the kids for Independance Day. It would be equally as awesome to have them sing.

Firework Balloon Pop

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/firework-balloon-pop.html I saw this idea and thought “how fun! the kids will love it!”. I started making plans…. and then I remembered my balloon-a-phobia. Oh yeah… that’s right…. I hate balloons! So…. this is being put on this blog as a big fat maybe. *If* I do it I’ll post my own pictures. Until then, here’s the how-to so I can maybe reference it again later. HOW –…
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