Tag Archive: when i am baptized

Songs For Baptism Questions

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2014/01/songs-for-baptism-questions.html Have the Bishop come in and discuss the baptism questions with the kids. Talk about preparing to get baptized. Make a life-sized cutout of the Bishop. Cut slits where the pockets are. Have little slips of paper sticking out of the slits. Invite children to pick a piece of paper. Each paper has a question and a song.Questions + Songs:1. Do you believe in Heavenly Father? (I…
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Rainbow Equation For Eternal Life

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/rainbow-equation-for-eternal-life.html First, ask the kids if they know how a rainbow is made. (When I asked my Primary, JR didn’t have a clue. They had some funny answers, but didn’t really know. SR got really close to knowing. They had some trouble defining reflection/refraction, but we worked it out.)Second, tell them there’s an equation to make a rainbow. Put up the blue signs (well, mine are blue, yours…
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2013 Rainbow Review

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/2013-rainbow-review.html The June 2013 song of the month is When I Am Baptized (CS 103).  Since they learned the song last year and basically already know it our Second Sunday in June will be a review of the 2013 Primary Songs. A Rainbow Review!  I am going to use the magic color cups to help determine which song to sing. My rainbow-zed list of 2013 songs we’ve learned…
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When I Am Baptized – “clean Again” Lesson

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/06/when-i-am-baptized-clean-again-symbolism.html *I pulled out the Child of God Puzzle Posters I made at the beginning of the year for I Am a Child of God (the song is the 2013 theme). I “faux laminated” them and the tape is ‘slick’ on the front. Beforehand I tested out really waxy crayons to make sure they’d wipe off (they did, whew).* Here’s how the lesson goes: After teaching When I…
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Rainbow Lyrics For When I Am Baptized

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/05/rainbow-lyrics-for-when-i-am-baptized.html I am going to make a visual aide where each “bow” of the rainbow has lyrics on it. I will hide “bows” around the room. The children will find them and then we’ll assemble the whole rainbow on the board. Then we’ll do a lyric take-away to sing the song over and over again. I’ll post a picture when I’m done making my rainbow. I rainbow-color-coded the lyrics…
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Lyric Color Erase

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/05/lyric-color-erase.html image source For kids who can read, (or mostly SR Primary in my case) – Write the lyrics on a whiteboard in different colors (or chalkboard with colored chalk) After signing the song through, have a child roll a die. Number on the dice = color to erase. (or, instead of a # die, use a colorful-sided die) Erase all the lyrics that color. Repeat.  *To make…
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Rainbow Singing Meter

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/05/rainbow-singing-meter.html image source Get a long piece of butcher paper. Adhere long strips of colored paper in rainbow order (They Might Be Giants Roy G Biv video helps me remember rainbow color order). Roll up the paper (with the rainbow on the inside). Enlist Teachers to help you unroll the rainbow as the kids sing.—> The better they sing, the longer the rainbow will be! *You could make a…
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Glow Batons

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/05/glow-stick-wands.html image sourceBuy a bunch of glow sticks at the Dollar Store. Use them to lead the music – even lead in the dark! You can also use them to drum the beat or rhythm. Each child can then take their glow stick and practice leading the music at home. *My kids enjoyed the Glow Batons. When I did this my JR Primary got a little crazy (but…
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Magic Color Cups

Downloaded from: http://primarynotes29.blogspot.com/2013/05/color-cups-magic-potion.html I found the idea here, on Primary Singing Ideas. —– —– —– —– —– HOW TO DO IT: 1) Fill clear containers (ie: plastic drinking cups) with 3/4 cup water and 1/3 cup vinegar. (the ratio can be varied, but more vinegar= more fizz). PLACE CONTAINERS on a BAKING SHEET. This WILL MAKE A MESS!!!! 2) Place one small drop of food coloring on a metal spoon…
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