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Review: “seek The Lord Early” Lip Sync

Downloaded from: http://ocdprimarychorister.blogspot.com/2014/08/review-seek-lord-early-lip-sync.html Inspiration for these characters comes courtesy of Jennifer on the Choristers Facebook Page.  All credit to her :)  I told you that these Sisters were geniuses!I’ve modified the activity a bit based on ideas from this talk given by Robert J. Matthews.  I want to reinforce to the children how important it is to seek the Lord early, and what they can accomplish with the Lord’s help, even…
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Review: I Will Follow God’s Plan For Me

Downloaded from: http://ocdprimarychorister.blogspot.com/2014/01/review-i-will-follow-gods-plan-for-me.html (To teach this song, find my art here.  More lesson plan ideas for the month are here.)This game is one of my kids’ favorites!  It looks intimidating, but it’s super easy once you understand the idea. To prepare the game:1.  Download the PDF at the bottom of the page.2.  Print the first four pages3.  Print the fifth through eighth pages on the back.  (Or just write the words on…
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Review: He Sent His Son

Downloaded from: http://ocdprimarychorister.blogspot.com/2013/12/review-he-sent-his-son.html To introduce the song “He Sent His Son,”  I want to make sure that the children are familiar with the elements of Christ’s life which are discussed in the song (and the pictures which I plan to use to represent them).  I’ll spend the first week of January on this activity.First, print document at the bottom of the page which contains the images.   These are from the…
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Review: Missionary Songs

Downloaded from: http://ocdprimarychorister.blogspot.com/2013/09/review-missionary-songs.html Use this activity to review one or more missionary songs.  Some suggestions are:   “I Hope They Call Me on a Mission,”  “The Things I Do,”  “I Want to Be a Missionary Now,”  “Holding Hands Around the World,” and “We’ll Bring the World His Truth.”  These would work great for the October 2013 theme of missionary work.  1.  Print several copies of the letter below.  Make changes…
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Pick A Pumpkin From The Patch

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/09/pick-pumpkin-from-patch.html image sourceVERSION 1 – PLAIN OL’ PUMPKINS:*For singing lots of songs, to review or whatnot. Tape up paper pumpkins* and call it a pumpkin patch. Choose a child to pick a pumpkin from the patch. The pumpkin has a song to sing on the back. *or, tape song names on real pumpkins. Or those cute baby pumpkins.VERSION 2 – JACK-O-LANTERNS:*For singing the same song over and over…
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Review: The Things I Do

Downloaded from: http://ocdprimarychorister.blogspot.com/2013/09/review-things-i-do.html To review the song “The Things I Do,”  I want to make sure that the children understand the message that they can be missionaries just by choosing the right.  To accomplish this, I’ve put the song into my  own words.   Begin by reading this (or your own version) to the children. “I’m not old enough yet to go to another country and serve a full-time mission…
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Song Hospital, Part 2 – Song Surgery

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/09/song-hospital-part-2-song-surgery.html image sourceI realized that I needed Song Hospital to be more interactive, especially with my SR Primary. So in my second week of the Song Hospital Review I am going to flip the tables and the KIDS are going to be the Doctors and they are going to have to do “Song Surgery”. EXPLAIN:Last week we had a lot of songs that had to come to the…
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Song Hospital, Part 3 – Discharge And Go Home

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/08/song-hospital-part-2.html *This is incorporating the Posting Paper in the Hallway idea into a lesson.OK, so you’ve done Song Hospital – part 1.and maybe Song Hospital – part 2 as well.—> Now the songs need to be Discharged and Go Home… EXPLAIN:Today we’re going to send our songs home!Remember that good performance value is: sitting up tall watching the Leader enunciating the words singing loudly, but not screaming happy faces…
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Back To School Bookworms

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/08/back-to-school-bookworms.html bookworms with graduation caps —————————————————————- SIMPLE LESSON (easier for JR): INTRO (paraphrase): It’s back to school time! Did you know that sometimes someone who likes to read a lot is called a bookworm? Well, today I brought all of these books and I’m going to need super singers to help me find bookworms! The bookworms will tell us what song to sing. Have paper worms sticking out…
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Posting Papers In The Hallway

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/08/posting-papers-in-hallway.html image sourceHave a paper item. Ask a Teacher to help you. Tell the children that the Teacher will walk down the hallway and when they can’t hear the Primary anymore they will post the item on the wall.  The louder the kids sing, the farther down the hallway the item will be. Remind them to sing, not scream (or “no louder than lovely). The kids will feel…
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Knock Your Socks Off

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/07/knock-your-socks-off.html image sourceEXPLAIN what it means to knock your socks off. That is means that you did so well that the person’s socks fly right off! Of course, that wouldn’t really happen, but you did sang so good that they also feel really good inside to, from head to toe! Have song names inside the socks. Invite a child to pick a sock. Ways to do this:1.  Invite…
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